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Programme to enhance democracy, transparency begins in Amman

By JT - Mar 06,2017 - Last updated at Mar 06,2017

AMMAN — With the aim of enhancing democracy and transparency in government administration, Shiraka programme, which is organised by the ministry of foreign affairs of the Netherlands, began in Amman on Monday.

Amman is hosting the second part of the seven-day programme, whose first phase was held in The Hague in December, with the participation of experts from Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and Libya, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported. This session reviews the Dutch government’s experience in communication among different public institutions and their communication with the public.

 

 

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HOW CAN ANY NATION DEMOCRACY WHEN WOMEN HAVE NO RIGHTS, NO SAY NOT EVEN HOW TO TAKE CARE OF THEIR OWN BODIES NEVER MIND THE RIGHT TO MARRY WHON THEY LOVE FROM ANY WHERE IN THE WORLD?. IS DEMOCRACY NOT A FUNCTION OF ONE PERSON, ONE VOTE UNDER THE UMBRELLA OF GENDER EQUALITY?. SORRY AND I HAVE TO REMIND MY IN LAWS THAT YOU DO NOT NEED PROGRAMMES BUT GENDER EQUALITY AND TREATING EVERY CITIZEN THE SAME. IF YOU CORRECT THE COMMON DENOMINATOR, THE NEUMARATOR WILL ADJUST ITSELF. STOP PLAYING TANGENCIAL GAMES OF MIND.

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