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MOTM: Bolton Wanderers 0-1 Portsmouth – Dennis Politic

MOTM: Bolton Wanderers 0-1 Portsmouth – Dennis Politic

I’m happy that Dennis has found his place back in the squad since the departure of Verlinden back to Stoke. While we do miss the Belgians direct running at times, Politic has been more than worthy of a replacement and that was especially on display yesterday against Portsmouth. He’s spent most of this season playing out wide with Darcy operating in the middle so it was interesting to see him given the free role in behind. I thought Darcy and Hamilton and him worked really well together and interchanged their roles behind the striker successfully throughout the first half, albeit without much joy.

The Romanian’s first half saw him sitting in behind Joe Dodoo looking for flicks and knockdowns in behind, as it was he only had one real opportunity of note. Immediately following the Portsmouth opener, a ball was knocked in behind for Politic to run onto but his

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What Are the Different Types of Law? (with pictures)

What Are the Different Types of Law? (with pictures)

anon1002193
Post 7

What do you need for Criminal Law?

jessiwan
Post 5

I have a question: what is the difference between laws that forbid things like rape and murder, and laws that for example, says you have to drive on the right side of the road, instead of the left side? Basically the first kind of laws deal with people’s inborn sense of what’s right and what’s wrong, and the second kind that deals with things that people need to be told.

BabaB
Post 4

I wasn’t clear on exactly what tort law was, so I looked it up and I’ll share a little about it.

A tort is an action against someone else that involves some kind of damage to them – it can be physical damage or damage to their reputation, or economic damage. If you are just fooling around with a baseball bat and hit someone

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iciHaiti – Politic : Development of electronic governance in the country

iciHaiti – Politic : Development of electronic governance in the country



iciHaiti – Politic : Development of electronic governance in the country
16/02/2020 08:29:02
iciHaiti - Politic : Development of electronic governance in the country

The Observatoire du Numérique en Haiti (ObNH), takes note of the Government’s decision to designate the Haitian Institute of Statistics and Information Technology (IHSI) as the privileged interlocutor for the development of electronic governance in the country.

Faced with the disparity and interoperability of IT solutions currently implemented in public administration, the opacity of the methodology, strategic choices, technological solutions and the inadequacy of the legal framework governing the sector, the ObNH understands the absolute need to overcome the multifaceted challenges and issues of the social divide and of the digital economy to which face the public and private sectors and to harmonize public policies in this area.

Consequently, the ObNH wishes that the resources allocated in the past can join those of the IHSI in order to ensure a modernized delivery of State services withh “a

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What Is a Government Shutdown? Here’s What Happens

What Is a Government Shutdown? Here’s What Happens

Lawmakers are scrambling and headlines are screaming Friday as the U.S. government heads towards a shutdown. But what does that actually mean?

Congress needs to pass a budget resolution by the end of Friday to fund the government. But the political parties can’t come to agreement on the bill, wrangling especially over whether to include immigration measures, like a fix for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, and whether to pass a short-term fix or come to a lasting budget agreement.

Democrats are blaming Republicans, who control the White House and both houses of Congress, for the mess; Republicans, who need cooperation from the other side to pass the funding bill with 60 votes, are blaming Democrats. (The House voted Thursday night to avoid the shutdown, but the bill now faces a murkier future in the Senate.)

Here’s what you need to know about government shutdowns.

What

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Eritrea – Political structure

Eritrea – Political structure


 



Political structure in Eritrea

 


Head of state: President Isaias Afwerki

Head of government: President Isaias Afwerki


 


President Isaias Afwerki


President Isaias Afwerki.


 


President Isaias Afwerki and his cabinet of 16 ministers, regional governors and other
officials form the 24-member State Council, the executive branch of the Eritrean government,
chaired by the president.

An unicameral 150-member National Assembly which comprises 75 Central Committee members
of the ruling PFDJ, together with 75 others (representatives elected by the general population,
of whom at least 11 must be women, and 15 members representing Eritreans living abroad) form
the legislative branch of the democratic government of Eritrea.

The National Assembly establishes the domestic and foreign policies of the government,
regulates the State Council’s execution of these policies and approves the country’s budget.
The National

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British Geriatrics Society

British Geriatrics Society

The BGS Blog has moved! To see our latest blogs visit www.bgs.org.uk/blog

Four years ago, the BGS embarked on an extensive project to review its communications, and to update its image and brand. This exercise has culminated in the launch of a brand new website, packed with exciting new features and functionality. Our new site brings together all BGS services into one platform: conferences, the BGS blog, policy updates, membership, our Age and Ageing journal, and in time eLearning.

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Wings’ Imani McGee-Stafford steps away for law school

Wings’ Imani McGee-Stafford steps away for law school

Dallas Wings center Imani McGee-Stafford is stepping away for the next two WNBA seasons to pursue a law degree from Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, where she grew up. She has been placed on the team’s suspended list.

“While I am saddened to step away from such a big part of my life, I’m also excited for this next chapter,” said McGee-Stafford, who is the daughter of former Southern Cal women’s basketball player Pamela McGee and the sister of Lakers center JaVale McGee.

The 6-foot-7 McGee-Stafford, 25, played at Texas from 2012 to ’16, averaging 10.8 points, 8.2 rebounds and 2.1 blocks per game. She was selected No. 10 overall in the 2016 WNBA

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Federal Register :: Home – Monday, April 6th

Federal Register :: Home – Monday, April 6th

This site displays a prototype of a “Web 2.0” version of the daily
Federal Register. It is not an official legal edition of the Federal
Register, and does not replace the official print version or the official
electronic version on GPO’s govinfo.gov.

The documents posted on this site are XML renditions of published Federal
Register documents. Each document posted on the site includes a link to the
corresponding official PDF file on govinfo.gov. This prototype edition of the
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Register (ACFR) issues a regulation granting it official legal status.
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The OFR/GPO partnership is committed to presenting accurate and reliable
regulatory information on FederalRegister.gov with the objective of
establishing the XML-based Federal Register

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Pet Society’s Blog | Just another WordPress.com weblog

Pet Society’s Blog | Just another WordPress.com weblog

April 11, 2013 by meafish

Alright Pets! Are you ready to explore the deep blue sea? This week we’re diving to the depths of the ocean and getting back some awesome items that just can’t be found on land! Hold on to your tails Pets! Because we’re going underwater!

We have some amazing items in store for you! Starting from the Aqua Mystery Wig Box, with wigs that look good above and under water! To the most comfortable bed in the deep blue sea! Get the best view of the ocean from the Scene Changing Aqua Window!

So what are you waiting for? Dive into Pet Society NOW!

Ride the Waves with Aquaflow!

April 4, 2013 by meafish

We’re traveling back in time this week! A time when clothes were classy and stylish, when hairdos were flowing and gorgeous! When Pets had swag and rode in hot convertibles!

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SEC.gov | Open Government Directive

SEC.gov | Open Government Directive

Open Government LogoThe Open Government Initiative lays out the Obama Administration plan to usher in a new era of open and accountable government that will bridge the gap between the American people and their government. The core values of this initiative are:

  • Transparency: Government should provide citizens with information about what their government is doing so that government can be held accountable.
  • Participation:  Government should actively solicit expertise from outside Washington so that it makes policies with the benefit of the best information.
  • Collaboration: Government officials should work together with one another and with citizens as part of doing their job of solving national problems.

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