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Cheney & Lofgren in WSJ: Our bill reforms ECA, protects future elections and rule of law

Washington DC – Congresswoman Liz Cheney (R-WY) and House Judiciary Committee Chair Zoe Lofgren (D-CA), both also members of the January 6 Select Committee, released a joint p-ed in The Wall Street Journal outline his legislation that would strengthen the vote count law. The op-ed, which you can read below, lays out four key principles in which the voter registration law can be reformed to preserve the rule of law: The Wall Street Journal (Reps. Cheney & Lofgren): We have a bill to help prevent another January 6th attackSeptember 18,…

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Ubisoft didn’t improve the poor working conditions? The president defends reforms in the company

Yves Guillemot – president of Ubisoft – odniós & lstrok; si & eogon; until recent accusations that the company did not make enough efforts to eliminate & cacute; inappropriate behavior between employees. Let’s remind, & zdot; e 2020 French giant sta & lstrok; si & eogon; subject of scandal. Company employees accused the suspects, often in senior management positions, of abuse, discrimination and abuse. and harassment. Board of Directors & aogon; d company & lstrok; ki mia & lstrok; then it will run & cacute; internal & sacute; investigation to…

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Monetary reforms are needed in Argentina, the economist says

in an interview with CNN: This Saturday (10), the economist and professor of Insper Roberto Dumas assessed that with the inflationary situation that Argentina is experiencing today, it is necessary for the country to promote monetary reforms according to a real plan. “They [argentino] are in serious trouble in the economy. I find it very difficult to solve this problem of inflation. It is necessary to carry out monetary reform and convertibility program in the country,” he says. Roberto notes that Argentina’s inflation problem is already considered chronic, dating back…

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The Independent Fiscal Institute says that judicial reforms will cost 1.8 billion rials in 2023.

×: Photo by Adriano Machado/Cruso An 18% adjustment in the salaries of Federal Supreme Court (STF) ministers, which will be the basis for a raise in the judiciary, The budget impact is expected to be BRL 1.8 billion in 2023 alone, the Independent Fiscal Institute (IFI) said.. A report by a body linked to the Federal Senate, tabled this Wednesday (17), still points to gaps BRL 5.5 billion in 2024 and BRL 6.3 billion from 2025if the proposal is approved by Congress. Recommended increase came last week from the ministers…

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Tax reforms. Lindner is hoping for support from industry unions

tax reform Lindner is counting on the support of industry unions Federal Finance Minister Christian Lindner (FDP) talks about the cornerstones of the inflation compensation act. photo: © Kay Nietfeld/dpa Christian Lindner has had to face a lot of criticism for his plans to compensate for inflation. they say the highest earners are preferred. The federal finance minister called the industry on the plan. Finance Minister Christian Lindner is counting on the support of industrial unions IG Metall and IG BCE for his planned tax reforms. “Because a large number…

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Lost in translation?Proposed electricity sector reforms in South Africa

South Africa’s ruling party recently proposed the creation of a second state-owned electricity company. It was designed to offset the “serious strategic risk” of relying on the country’s single state-owned utility, Eskom. About 15 years of poor operational and financial performance, as well as outages in the country’s power supply, have led President Cyril Ramaphosa to talk of the country facing a “massive catastrophe” if Eskom fails as a corporate entity. In his July address to the 15th National Congress of the Communist Party of South Africa, he said that…

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Nine out of eleven reforms of Operation Vulindlela completed: Gungubele – SABC News

The government’s Operation Vulindlela, aimed at accelerating economic reform, has been hailed as a great success. Minister in the Presidency Mondli Gungubele says nine of the 11 reforms have been completed. Gungubele and Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana released the second quarter report of Operation Vulindlela on Friday. Ministers say that from the outset, critical interventions were taken quickly. The plan consists of five goals, energy, digital communications, water, transport and visa reform. Operation Vulindlela was established in October 2020. This initiative is aimed at fast-tracking the implementation of structural economic…

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Military asks PA to preserve pension reforms

×: Brazilian Army – Reproduction The heads of the PA and the Armed Forces have maintained contact in order to mitigate political polarization and maintain harmonious relations in the event of a PA victory in this year’s presidential elections. The information was published by Folha de S. Paulo this Wednesday (20). According to the newspaper, the generals made three main requests to the top of the party through mediators. As for the second, the military asks a sufficient budget for maintenance of barracks and projects as self-development of a nuclear-powered…

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Military asks PA to uphold pension reforms

×: Brazilian Army – Reproduction The heads of the PA and the Armed Forces have maintained contact in order to mitigate political polarization and maintain harmonious relations in the event of a PA victory in this year’s presidential elections. The information was published by Folha de S. Paulo this Wednesday (20). According to the newspaper, the generals made three main requests to the top of the party through mediators. As for the second, the military asks a sufficient budget for maintenance of barracks and projects as self-development of a nuclear-powered…

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President Ramaphosa vows to continue economic reforms, ensure reliable electricity supply – SABC News

The president of the African National Congress (ANC), Cyril Ramaphosa, says he will continue to push through economic reforms to ensure a reliable supply of affordable electricity – while South Africa continues to suffer constant power outages. Eskom implemented the most recent blackout two weeks ago. Addressing delegates to the 15th National Congress of the South African Communist Party (SACP) in Boksburg, east of Johannesburg, Ramaphosa said he would not be intimidated or discouraged from his work. “As long as I still have the privilege of being the President of…

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