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1951 Лейбористская партия потеряла свое большинство в парламенте, и Консервативная партия восстановила контроль. Консерваторы во главе нации к новой процветания.
In 1953, Queen Elizabeth II inherited the throne from her father George VI.
В 1953 году королева Елизавета II унаследовал трон от Георга VI.
From 1951 to 1964 Britain was ruled by the Conservatives.
From 1951 to 1955 Winston Churchill was Prime Minister.
In 1955 Conservatives win the general election, with Sir Anthony Eden as prime minister
This Conservative victory strengthened the Conservatives' parliamentary position
He was followed by Harold Macmillan who was prime minister till 1963.
С 1951 по 1964 Великобритания
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Are British Prime ministers as powerful as is sometimes claimed?
It is often argued that in this day and age, Prime ministers are almost untouchable within the British political system, due to the shear number of powers that the Prime minister holds, and the prerogatives that he utilises. However, due to a handful of checks and balances on the government, and the Prime minister not being separated from the political system, which means he or she is liable to these checks and limitations, the Prime minister may therefore not be perceived as all that powerful.
As previously mentioned, the Prime minister enjoys a collection of powers within the UK political system. Firstly, the
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There have been many constitutional reforms since 1997 that is progressive towards a more democratic system, however it is not a complete democracy and there are still parts of the constitution could be improved. In 1997 Labour government came to power, with tony blair as prime minister, later Gordon Brown came to power between 2007 to 2010 have made a series of constitutional reforms. This was due to the fact that many practices of british politics were out of date, and therefore sought to modernise the constitution. Another main issue was that the central parliament, Westminster has too much power and therefore the labour party sought to decentralize and distribute the power towards other
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” (Smith, Japan Flirts with Goverance Reform, 2015). One of Japan’s biggest problems is poor corporate governance (Smith, Bloomberg View, 2015). This is an example and evidence that poor corporate governance to a degree is liable for the potential drought of business investments into Japan’s economy (Smith, Japan Flirts with Goverance Reform, 2015). This is an example of why Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s made a decision to develop and incorporate Abenomics in 2014.
Japan, as a society with extreme high value to culture and respect, views and approaches corporate governance has been very different for the past few decades compared to the United States. Japan’s board members are typically
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Malaysia in the 1990s: Case Study Analysis
Southern States University
This article offers a case analysis of Malaysia economic growth. Malaysia has lots of natural resources and they started to diversify their export product. Malaysia was very succesful producer and exporter of natural rubber, tin and oil palm. Especially, timber was very important for economy. The Western press had been talking about deforestation and environmental groups were trying to change their forest policies. The prime minister had to consider about new development strategies. Malaysia regulated forests area and forbade timber production. After the riot in the 1969, Malaysia changed the policy
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the economy in different areas, but these did not address the fundamental issues facing the economy.
India’s economy went through several episodes of economic liberalization in the 1970s and the 1980s under Prime Minsters Indira Gandhi and, later, Rajiv Gandhi. However, these attempts at economic liberalization were half- hearted, self-contradictory, and often self-reversing in parts. In contrast, the economic reforms launched in the 1990s (by Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao and Dr. Manmohan Singh as his Finance Minister) were ‘much wider and deeper’ and decidedly marked a ‘U-turn’ in the direction of economic policy followed by India during the last forty years of centralized economic
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Amante, Cherina Anne O.
Mr. Takamichi Serizawa, PhD.
February 1, 2016
Reaction Paper (The Treaty of Versailles documentary)
During our class in Introduction to Global Society, our professor, Mr. Serizawa, let us watch a BBC Four documentary about the Treaty of Versailles and how it came to be. The documentary starts with explicitly telling that the treaty of Versailles that aimed to make a lasting peace with Germany, failed. The failure was due to the differences of goals of the 3 big powerful people or ‘the peacemakers’, namely; Georges Clemenceau, the Prime Minister of France; Woodrow Wilson, the President of America; and David Lloyd George, the Prime Minister of
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Etisalat for Rs. 4200 crore
• Unitech Wireless got license for Rs. 1661 crore, sold 60% stake for Rs. 6200 crore
• All nine companies paid DoT only Rs. 10,772 crore for 2G licences
"The entire process of allocation of UAS (Unified Access Service) licences lacked transparency and was undertaken in an arbitrary, unfair and inequitable manner. The Hon'ble Prime Minister had stressed on the need for a fair and transparent allocation of spectrum, and the ministry of finance had sought for the decision regarding spectrum pricing to be considered by an EGoM. Brushing aside their concerns and advices, DoT , in 2008, proceeded to issue 122 new licenses for 2G spectrum at 2001 prices
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The prime minister does not intend in any way to assist car industry which is good and bad. Looking at it, we see quiet a lot of outside investors chipping in when a company is broke. This however does not look good especially a first world country like Australia. The Productivity Commission has rejected calls for extra federal assistance for Toyota's car-manufacturing operations and called for all Australian government subsidies to carmakers to end by 2020(Maher, 2014).This indicates that by 2020 Toyota will be no more and it means jobs are going to be lost too. Mercury, 2014, said that by 2017,2500 jobs would be cut, and Toyota will quit doing business with Australia. It is
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Assignment on Stock Exchanges of Bangladesh
In: Business and Management
Assignment on Stock Exchanges of Bangladesh
CHITTAGONG STOCK EXCHANGE:
“Founder members of the proposed Chittagong Stock Exchange approached the Bangladesh Government in January 1995 and obtained the permission of the Securities and Exchange Commission on February 12, 1995 for establishing the country's second stock exchange.
The Exchange comprised of twelve Board members, presided by Mr. Amir Khosru Mahmud Chowdhury (MP) and run by an independent secretariat from the very first day of its inception. CSE was formally opened by then Hon'ble Prime Minister of Bangladesh on November 4, 1995
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the temperature is about 80 to 90 degrees. In the winter time it ranges from 50 to 70 degrees. Like the United States, it has a president but they also have a Prime Minister that helps to control the people of the country. However, in the previous centuries , they had a king that rule the nation. The most famous of them all would be King Tutankhamen. He was young pharaoh but had a tragic end. Other pharaohs that are also commonly known is Nefertiti, Hatshepsut and Ramesses II. Egypt was the first major civilization that had used the arts to design their temples and pyramids. The Egyptians eat many vegetable like food and seafood. Football in Egypt is like football in the United States, it is one of the most popular sports in the country. Egypt is the most well-known country and it has many different aspects that contribute to the history of the country.
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Goods and services tax (GST) is tax on what consumer spends on but not we earned on. On 30 march 2010, our prime minister introduce the New Economy Model (NEM) and says that wider tax base is a important part of reform for new economy, so GST is a key component in this reform of new economy. GST bills will impose to tax on goods and services but not to essentials item. Besides that to protect the small business the finance ministry had recommended that business turnover RM500,000 does not need to register under GST and do no need to collect GST. Introduce of GST is to overcome the weakness of existing system. The system have a complicated procedure to claim the relief tax of the business
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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in the town of Porbander in the state of what is now Gujarat on 2 October 1869. He had his schooling in nearby Rajkot, where his father served as the adviser or prime minister to the local ruler. Though India was then under British rule, over 500 kingdoms, principalities, and states were allowed autonomy in domestic and internal affairs: these were the so-called 'native states'. Rajkot was one such state.
Gandhi later recorded the early years of his life in his extraordinary autobiography, The Story of My Experiments with Truth. His father died before Gandhi could finish his schooling, and at thirteen he was married to Kasturibai, who was of the same
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of Haig were that he was unaware of the demands of traditional warfare, he was out of touch of the battle front, and he led his army from his command post in Britain. It was seen that Haig thought of airplanes and tanks as only accessories to man and horse and that he deemed extreme loss of lives as a necessity of war showing a sort of disregard for a soldier’s life. Many people in history and historians themselves have not attempted to hide their distain for Haig. British Prime Minister David Lloyd George was a major example of this he thought that he was egotistic and complacent to human losses. D. winter said that rank was governed by patronage rather than skill. Jay Murray Winter, a
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as mentioned in the table below:
Table: Years with respect to Ministries that LGLB has been under operation
|Year |Ministry |
|1986- 1990 |Ministry of Local Government, Community Development, Cooperation and Marketing. |
|1991- 1992 |Ministry of Regional Administration and Local Government (MRALG). |
|1992- 1994 |Office of the Prime Minister and First Vice President. |
|1995- 1998 |Office of the Prime Minister
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government will open ‘Nirbhaya’ centers in all districts to provide prompt help to victims of crime against women? 1) Telangana 2) Andhra Pradesh 3) Uttar Pradesh 4) Karnataka 33. Bayer is headquartered in 1) USA 2) France
34. Who is the founder - chairman of Bandhan Financial Services Private Limited? 1) Rajiv Lall 2) Rakesh Sethi 3) H.K.Dua 4) Chandrasekhar Ghosh 35. Which country fined GlaxoSmithKline Plea record $ 490 million for paying bribes to doctors to use its drugs? 1) India 2) China 3) UK 4) Japan www.sakshieducation.com
36. Johan Key was elected as the Prime Minister of which of the following countries for the
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Nowadays the media play a great role in a usual life of society. It influences our opinion, help us to make the correct choice sometimes and also open the view on almost any fact or personality we are interested in. The role of media plays too great part in the political process also, especially when it is time to elect a new president or a prime minister. It opens curtains on every private peculiarity about the candidate: with whom he meets and what he eats. Sometimes the information is becoming ridiculous. Do we need such a close look to someone’s private life? Most of the information is just riveting but not useful. But peeping Tom journalism becomes more and more demanded.
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to be a grandfather for the first and we are eagerly looking foward to seeing the baby in the near future.”
In its statement, Kensington Palace said: “Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a son at 4.24pm. The baby weighs 8lbs 6oz. The Duke of Cambridge was present for the birth.” It added that the senior members of the royal family were “delighted”.
Prime Minister David Cameron, taking to Twitter along with Labour leader Ed Milliband, said the Duke and Duchess will make “wonderful parents”, adding: “The whole country will celebrate.” Mr Milliband said: “I wish them and their son all happiness and good health.”
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Pahang and in February 1955 and at a young age of 33 years, Tun Razak became Pahang's Chief Minister. He won the Malaysia’s first general elections in July 1955 and was appointed as the Education Minister. Tun Razak followed the
mission to London to seek the independence of Malaya from the British in February 1956. Thereafter in 1959, Tun Razak was consequently appointed the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia while holding portfolios as Minister of Rural Development and the Minister of Defence. Subsequently on 22 September 1970 Tun Razak succeeded Tunku Abdul Rahman as the second Prime Minister of Malaysia until 1976.
Tun Abdul Razak was responsible to reinstate the eventually fading
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this time, all of a sudden, an explosion occurred followed by another. Of the 78 killed, 34 included women and 7 children.
The attack coincided with a broader wave of attacks on religious minorities, including Shiite Muslims this year. In March, a Muslim mob swarmed through a Christian neighborhood in the eastern city of Lahore, burning two churches and more than 100 houses. Christians also frequently find themselves accused of blasphemy under Pakistan’s strict blasphemy laws.
The attacks are mostly orchestrated by Sunni extremist militant groups, although some have also been claimed by the Pakistani Taliban. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been trying to initiate peace talks with the
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October, 24 2011
Dr. Manmohan Singh
148 B South Block, Raisina Hill
New Dehli, India 110001
Dear Dr. Manmohan Singh:
I was recently given the chance to visit the country of India. It was an amazing adventure unlike any other I have had before and I enjoyed it immensely. However, while I was there I had the pleasure to visit some communities where the great people of India were stricken with poverty and hunger.
I witnessed children, pregnant woman, mothers, and entire families severely famished, underweight and unhealthy. I saw mothers watch their children starve to death and met many orphans who had lost their entire families, left to fend for themselves all
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then stated as statutory Laws. So, against Scottish Parliament, Westminster Parliament is the more Superior legislative body.
5. Provide Two Examples of a Civil Dispute?
A: 1. Injury Claim 2. Divorce Claim
6. Name the four most important institutions of the European union and give a brief explanation of their function.
6.1 The Council of Ministers:
A: The body represent 27 Member States, they co-work with President or Prime Minister, both come to an agreement on particular law decisions, making them officially important in European law making process.
6.2 European Parliament:
A: They have 786 MEPs. They do not have full control over a legislation process, but if the council
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. (Company Law, Consumer and Health Protection and Financial Control chapters)
In 2007, Turkey stated that they were aiming to comply with EU law by 2013, but Brussels has refused to back this as a deadline for membership. In 2006 European Commission President José Manuel Barroso said that the accession process will take at least until 2021. In a visit to Germany on 31 October 2012, Turkish Prime Minister R.T. Erdoğan made clear that Turkey was expecting membership in the Union to be realised by 2023, the 100th Anniversary of the Turkish Republic, implying that they could end membership negotiations if the talks had not yielded a positive result by then. Turkish
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shooting down U.S. drones and withdrawing the Pakistani military from insurgency-infested Pashtun areas along the Afghan border.
A blast at a rally organized by the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam religious party on Monday killed 15 people though it was not clear who was responsible.
Nor have the Taliban attacked the main opposition party led by former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, which has courted support from groups accused of supporting sectarian attacks across the country.
"It's pre-poll rigging," Hussain says bitterly. The Taliban killed his only son three years ago, just before his wedding. The next day, militants attacked Hussain's home, killing seven.
"They will either have to elect the
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governed by political expediency. The less accountable allows the peers to speak their mind on issues and not be puppets of their party unlike the MPs in the House of Commons who have to be voting with their party or otherwise they will get sacked/kicked out or never be promoted.
Another reason why the House of Commons is more effective in checking government power is Prime ministers Question Time, which is a weekly slot where MPs can ask one notified question of the Prime Minister and one unscripted supplementary question. These are also usually dominated by the PM and the leader of the opposition who can ask four or five supplementary questions. Question Time also extends to other
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beyond that used in making a similar endorsement of Japan’s candidacy. As such, the United States sent a clearly message that India is, indeed, a special friend.
Narendra Modi’s campaign successfully connected aspirations of the youth and the middle class. This resulted in a massive vote of confidence, choosing Modi as the prime minister. Thus, the Indian electorate showed that that they are keen on adopting change agendas, a less regulated market and a central role of the private sector. This has been seen by the prime minister’s signs of laying foundations towards major long-term reform programs. His priorities appear to focus on infrastructure, urbanization, energy, trade and investment
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'Jubilee'- পঞ্চাশৎ জয়ন্তীকালীন উৎসব অনুষ্ঠান
English to Bengali Related Phrases: 'jubilee'
1. silver jubilee = রজতজয়ন্তী
2. diamond jubilee = হীরকজয়ন্তী
3. diamond-jubilee = হীরকজয়ন্তী
4. golden jubilee = সুবর্ণজয়ন্তী
'communalism' -এর পরিবর্তে 'communism ' দেখানো হচ্ছেঃ
Bangla Dictionary Meaning: 'communism '
সাম্যবাদ , কমিউনিজম
Finance Minister AMA Muhith on Friday expressed his optimism about a happy and prosperous Bangladesh by 2021, the year the country will celebrate the golden jubilee of its independence.
He said: “The Prime Minister has shown us the dream that our country will go fully digital and become a middle-income country by the
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“WE FIGHT FOR DEMOCRACY AND JUSTICE”
After a historic election in 2001, Thaksin was the first democratically elected prime minister of Thailand to complete a full term in office and his rule is generally agreed to have been one of the most distinctive in the country's modern history. At the time, some academics called it the most open, corruption-free election in Thai history. Thai Rak Thai won 248 parliamentary seats. Not only that, he got re-elected and back in position again in 2005, winning 374 out of 500 seats in the Parliament. The election had been recorded as the highest voter turnout in Thai history. That means that the people of Thailand approved him democratically. And it’s
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Financial Frauds in India
The 2G scam
Aniruddh Narsimhan - P35114
Disha - P35125
Manu Vatayan – P35149
Mrinalini - P35152
Svethal Bhasin - P35188
2G spectrum scam took place in India in late 2000’s which involved politicians and government officials who tried illegal undercharging mobile telephone companies for frequency allocation licenses, which they would then use to create 2G spectrum subscriptions for mobiles. The entire process of allocation of UAS licences lacked transparency and was undertaken in an arbitrary, unfair and inequitable manner. The Hon'ble Prime Minister had stressed on the need for a fair and transparent allocation of spectrum.
Let us understand the
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are living in the nine refugee camps along the Myanmar border of Thailand. Almost 7,400 of them are separated from their parents. Secondly, Natural calamities. Secondly, The Tsunami that took place in Thailand in 2004 killed 5,395 people which lead to1,480 children being orphaned and on the streets. This overwhelming flow also destroyed 4,806 houses, another clear example that proves the fact that children can end up on streets in such a sad manner. Thirdly, The Economic Crisis. This Crisis that took place in 1997 had a massive impact on Thailand as result of The Prime Minister back in 1997 Mr. Chavalit Yongchaiyudh who refused to devalue the thai baht. This not only halted Thailand’s
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Different people have different goals in life. Some people have goal to become a teacher, engineer or doctor, others have goal to become president or prime minister. An obvious goal as a working adult returning to school is, of course, to earn a degree. Goal should also be clear and measurable so it is known when they are reached ( Westwood, 2010). It is important to decipher, which goals should be short term and which ones should be long term. My long term goal is to achieve the highest level in nursing field and short term goal is to obtain Bachelor of Science degree in nursing.
Our family migrated to US from India in the year 2000. My family consisting of my father, mother and elder
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with the help of RJD MP, they scripted a most embarrassing ploy. An RJD MP directly went to the Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office V Narayanasamy’s place where he was proceeding with the debate with his blurred voice and pulled the paper from his hands, tore and threw it.
But with a large heart Narayanaswamy continued with his speech which no one understood .For every point made by the opposition, he gave ridiculous answers. In simple words he gave poll campaign speech like "What the BJP and other parties done”. No valuable or counter point in his an hour long speech which was with the intention to run out of time. Finally clock ticks for 12 am and they succeed in running
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the House of Commons.
Parliament has a main role in scrutiny and the role of accountability. The parliament holds the government, prime minister and other ministers to account on their decisions and actions. This is done through various methods such as ministers questions, select committees , debates as well as whips. Parliament is able to expose the fallings of the government and cause change. Though the methods in which parliament to account are questionable, such as ministers questions. This has become somewhat of a game, as it does not really hold the government to account, and has no power. Ministers are also rarely held to account in parliament fully,it is also said that select committees have no real impact.
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Jules Ferry: On French Colonial Expansion (1884)
DeVry University: HIST405
Professor Thomas Keyser
March 6, 2016
Jules Ferry is known for being a politician and twice the Prime Minister of France in the 18th century. Ferry wrote a pro-expansion speech to recite for the French Parliament on March 28, 1884. The main idea for his speech was to justify the policy on colonial expansion by addressing the need for growth in the French commerce. Is Ferry acting in good faith to the French or is it his own greed and the need to be superior, especially with the African countries?
Jules Ferry was concerned with economic strategies, because major industries of
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it did, it tagged Henry Nguyen, the son-in-law of Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, as its local franchisee. The restaurant's owner is Henry Nguyen, husband of the daughter of Nguyen Tan Dung, Vietnam's Communist prime minister, according to the Financial Times. Nguyen is a former Goldman Sachs banker. Raised in the US, he worked at McDonald's in Virginia in the summers of 1988 and 1989 and graduated from Harvard University before returning to Vietnam in 2001. He eventually became the managing general partner of technology fund IDG Ventures Vietnam.
-Bill Hayton, a former foreign correspondent in Vietnam and the author of “Vietnam: Rising Dragon,” a 2010 book that explored links between money
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hope that the more old fashioned suffragists will stand by their comrades who in my opinion have done more ( to advance the movement ) in twelve months than I and my own followers have been able to do in the same number of years. ’’ Millicent Fawcett Source 10 Page 64; The changing Role of Women. However, there were other individuals who were against these violent tactics.
In spite of using both peaceful and violent methods, the Suffragettes did not achieve their goal. Their popularity drastically fell once they decided to use militant force which changed people’s opinions. ‘The Changing Role of Women page 64 Source 12 by Millicent Fawcett in 1911 – ‘’If it had been (Prime Minister
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Week 3: Leadership and Power Paper
The Prime Minister’s Powerful Better Half
Ho Ching, the wife Lee Hsien Loong, Singapore’s current prime minister and son of a founding father of the country, is the Chief Executive Officer at Temasek Holdings; who according to the text, “was ranked 18th of Asia Most Powerful Business People and 24th of Forbes World's Most Powerful Women” (Hughes, Ginnett, Curphy, 2009). While this demonstrates the power capacity of Ho Ching as a leader; it does not establish the level of influence that she commands or her skills to apply influential tactics necessary to be able to modify followers’ attitudes and behaviors in the
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Government, and the Accounts Committee about the budget’s implementation, and introducing changes into the budget;
· Conducting second rounds of discussion and voting on the laws or articles of the law;
· Hearing the reports of the Prime Minister on the Government's program, and approving or rejecting the program;
· Hearing annual messages of the Constitutional Council of the Republic on the state of the constitutional legality in the Republic or reports on the activity of the commissions;
· Deciding issues of war and peace;
· Adopting decisions concerning the use of the Armed Forces of the Republic to fulfill international obligations in support of peace and
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. For the country's new Prime Minister, Tony Blair (Michael Sheen), it's his chance to win the country over, while treading the delicate tightrope of trying to offer advice to the Queen on how she and her family can reconnect with the people of England.
One might think that a movie about the Royal Family and its relationship with the people of England and their newly elected Prime Minister might not be of interest to anyone outside of the country. Those unfamiliar with this tentative relationship might need to be brought up to speed, which is why it's great that director Stephen Frears ("Dirty Pretty Things"), working from a brilliant script by Peter Morgan, has found a way to
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Halt All Racist Tours (HART) was organized in New Zealand in 1969 to protest rugby tours to and from South Africa. Their first protest, in 1970, was intended to prevent the All Blacks, New Zealand’s flagship rugby squad, from playing in South Africa, unless the Apartheid regime would accept a mixed-race team. South Africa relented, and an integrated All Black team toured the country. Two years later, the Springboks arranged a tour of New Zealand. HART held intensive planning meetings, and, after laying out their nonviolent protest strategies to the New Zealand security director, he was forced to recommend to the government that the Springboks not be allowed in the country. Prime Minister
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faced more scrutiny for their “public service”. Thatcher at time had been challenging the BBC throughout her time as Prime Minister. In 1985 she had put together a committee whereby she asked them to whether the license fee should be taken away. “She asked one question and one question only – is there an alternative to the license fee?” - (Anthony Smith, 1991). The reason why Thatcher had come to this reaction towards the BBC was because the way she believed the BBC had acted towards her government. “The Prime Minister, umbraged by what she took to be the BBC’s habitual unfairness towards her government” – (Anthony Smith, 1991). This quote is Smith proves that BBC yet again fails to
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statesmen of Europe’ it shows he wasn’t just angry with the British government but also all the other government officials that were involved in the creation of war. Even though he later on says ‘if I should happen to meet Asquith or Grey I should be unable to refrain from murder’ emphasising his anger towards government officials due to the fact that Asquith was the British Prime Minister at the time and Grey was foreign secretary to him through the beginning years of the war, both of them being part of the Liberals. This could be linked to Sassoon’s declaration because even though it was made in 1917 it was confronting the fact that the soldiers had entered war under false pretences made at the
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Twelve Mark Question
How does Orwell manage to make surveillance seem a negative thing?
Morrison makes the passage very negative by giving a one sided argument against the multitude of surveillance cameras. He shows his personal views giving the impression of negativity as this is the only source of feeling towards that particular person. ‘Made by a sinister Minister of Internal Repression.’ Using the shocking story of the suicide on BBC News tries to persuade the reader that surveillance is used as cruel bait for prime time television for the rest of the nation to gawp at this man’s final moments. The only argument (which is trying to give the reader little reason to decide if it is
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SAIC to enter the market, for reasons of benefit as well as government requirement – the latter reason having a bit more weight in the decision making process initially. In this agreement, the joint venture worked quite well across the companies and the Chinese Government for three main reasons. The first reason why it worked well was that there was significant, influential support at the most senior levels across all parties. The partnership had high-level SAIC and GM executive support in China as well as in Detroit. And at the signing ceremony, both the Chinese Prime Minister as well as VP Al Gore were present to show the government alignment. This makes these types of agreements go a
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The Self-respect of Nations: The Philippines and China
by W. Scott Thompson and Oliver Geronilla
Somewhere in the first of Trollope’s 6-volume set Palliser Novels, “the Prime Minister,” the Duke of Omnium, also the premier, tells his usually silly wife that—and we paraphrase—nations are like people: they elicit respect from outside powers to about the same extent that they do so on a personal basis—according to how much respect they give themselves.
We respect countries and people who respect themselves. Costa Rica is truly a tiny country, but it eliminated its military, developed peaceful relations with its neighbors, and is by far the most prestigious country in its neighborhood
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, community and problem-oriented policing are themselves “moving targets” changing and modifying them in what is an often turbulent environment for law enforcement. This paper will discuss the impact of Sir Robert Peel on American Policing. Also included in this paper will be a brief discussion of the relationship between the United States government and the police organizations in the United States. I will also discuss how this relationship may affect police practices as well.
To begin, the English statesman Sir Robert Peel (1788-1850) served as prime minister during 1834-1835 and 1841-1846. He played an important role in modernizing the British government's social and economic policies and
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Swachch Bhaarat campaign is a well thought out idea. It is the high time, we implemented it.
Swachch Bhaarat is the program and campaign initiated by the Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi on 2nd October, 2014. Mr. Modi himself had cleaned a road in Delhi to initiate the campaign in style.
It was started to realize the dream of Mahatma Gandhi of Clean India. Gandhiji used to give a lot of importance and attention to cleanliness and hygiene. He wished that Indians learn about hygiene and be on par with the westerners in practising hygiene.
Swachch Bharat mission has two components. The urban component will be for about 4,000 towns for 5 years. Expected cost is Rs 62,000
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's Autumn Sonata (1978) she had her final Academy Award nomination. Though she didn't win, many felt it was the most sterling performance of her career. Ingrid retired, but not before she gave an outstanding performance in the mini-series A Woman Called Golda (1982) (TV), a film about Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir. For this she won an Emmy Award as Best Actress, but, unfortunately, she didn't live to see the fruits of her labor. Ingrid died from cancer on August 30, 1982, the day after her 67th birthday, in London, England.
Ingrid Bergman will always be remembered as Bogart's lost love Ilsa Lund in Casablanca In 1999 she was ranked #4 in the American Film Institute's list of greatest female screen legends.
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acknowledges that he is not quite politically knowledgeable. However, he still has certain considerable points about how he believes that politicians are causing deprivation in society, especially among the younger citizens, which causes them to protest. Russell Brand uses a speech from 2006 as an example where the Prime Minister David Cameron argued the mind of the young generation. Russell uses the phrase “hug-a-hoodie” that David Cameron used during his speech to point out the quirky method of solely and deliberately promoting oneself as a politically involved individual to gain more supporters than to actually practice what they verbalize. That is exactly what Russell Brand’s following
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policies of the Fund on such consultations.”
The Government of India affirmed to implement the economic reforms in consultation with the international bank and ‘in accordance’ of its policies. Successive coalition governments from 1996 to 2004, led by the Janata Dal and BJP, adopted faithfully the economic policy of liberalization. With Manmohan Singh returned to power as the Prime Minister in 2004, the economic policy initiated by him has become the lodestar of the fiscal outlook of the government. The Bright Side of Globalization The rate of growth of the Gross Domestic Product of India has been on the increase from 5.6 per cent during 1980-90 to seven per cent in the 1993-2001 period