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Wednesday, 29 August 2007 20:00
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Open Letter to Prime Minister Harper: Support UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People

Prime Minister Stephen Harper
Office of the Prime Minister
80 Wellington Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A2


August 30, 2007

Re: Support United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People

Dear Prime Minister Harper,

On behalf the Union of BC Indian Chiefs, we are writing to strongly encourage, advise and direct the Government of Canada to support the adoption of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples at the upcoming UN General Assembly.
 

 
Monday, 16 July 2007 20:00
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UN Development Goals: Attainable?

If every able global citizen contributes a US DOLLAR each to set up a poverty Fund annually SUPPLEMENTED by good governments around the world and ensure we have good governments around; we can eliminate poverty anywhere in this world with mutual help.

Remember the idea of collecting a cent from each travel ticket / money transaction will also add to this Global POVERTY FUND. Most importantly I believe that we must ensure civilised rule of law and get rid of incompetent governments as our priority and  install good clean governments with the help of UN and we will never see poverty again.

HOW TO GET RID OF INCOMPETENT GOVERNMENTS IS A CHALLENGE FOR THIS CIVILISED WORLD AND POLITICAL LEADERS TO PONDER eg transform UN into an international police/ judiciary  enforcement body for all global citizens and governments so that corrupted governments officers can be targetted anywhere in this world without the use of war.

All the best,

Dr. Ka Sing Chua
http://www.huron.org


Courtesy of the Unity Party WA

 
Friday, 13 July 2007 20:00 Green Party of the United States Letters

Green Party to Michael Moore, as 'Sicko' opens nationwide - Democrats are a lost cause on health care, while the Green Party's candidates and platform demand a single-payer national health plan.

Americans will only get a true universal health plan (Single-Payer / Medicare For All) when Greens are elected.

The Green Party of the United States sent an open letter to Michael Moore, whose movie 'Sicko' opened in theaters last week, urging him to join the efforts of the Green Party and its candidates and officeholders to enact a single-payer national health plan (also called Medicare For All).

The Green Party agrees with Michael Moore's premise that the US's private insurance system must be dismantled, and that the country must convert to a single-payer plan similar to the Canadian system.


Greens warned Mr. Moore that the Democratic Party (like the Republican Party) is too awash in corporate money to end the stranglehold of the private HMO-insurance industry and enact genuine coverage for all Americans.  Congress will only seriously consider a single-payer plan when Greens begin to win seats in the US House and Senate.
 

 
Sunday, 08 July 2007 20:00
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On behalf of the Liberal Party we would wish to make the following comments in the public domain concerning these fundamental questions over the rights and responsibilities of councillors.

To William Tandoh
Local Democracy Directorate
Department for communities and Local Government
Elland House
Bressenden House
London

Dear Sir,

On behalf of the Liberal Party we would wish to make the following comments in the public domain concerning these fundamental questions over the rights and responsibilities of councillors.

 
Wednesday, 30 May 2007 19:00
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An Open Letter to Premier Shawn Graham

May 31, 2007

Dear Premier Graham,

It’s clear to New Brunswickers that self-sufficiency has become the mantra of your government, a concept which I support in general terms and even try to practice in my own life. Like many Maritimers I grow much of my own food, buy local as much as possible and heat with wood from nearby woodlots.

But, if what is happening with tourism development in the Elgin area is an example of this government’s approach to community development then I can only conclude that self sufficiency is simple a convenient branding of back room politics, abuses of power and ignoring established policy to promote projects of questionable public good.

 

 
Monday, 14 May 2007 20:00
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We believe that the number of Parliamentarians in the National Assembly should be increased from 123 to at least 135 for the 2008 election.

Mr. Douglas Gardner
Resident Representative
United Nations Development Program
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Dear Mr. Douglas Gardner,

We believe that the number of Parliamentarians in the National Assembly should be increased from 123 to at least 135 for the 2008 election, according to the formula stipulated in Chapter II, Article 9 of the Law on the Election of the National Assembly. Attached to this letter are a copy of the relevant law and our calculations.

 

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