Health Ministry declines request to adjust mobile phone mast legislation
Arnou, Rosebourg 28th August 2016 - The Ministry of Health has rejected concerns from consumer rights organisations Test Achats about health concerns linked to the use of smartphones in Rosebourg. Leading civil servants have reassured the public that there are no indications that any health risks exist and it has recommended maintaining the current standards in place for the placement of mobile masts in the country. "We are disappointed with the findings of the Ministry of Health," Test Achat's Chief Executive commented as the inquiry was dismised out of hand, "The Ministry used studies carried out by the industry itself which of course find there is nothing to be worried about. We proposed a number of studies that state otherwise, but clearly the Government is more interested in pocketing the tax revenue for itself than deal with the concerns of citizens." "Leading medical professionals looked over the inquiry of Test Achat and conducted a variety of medical tests. We also looked at both the industry findings and those conducted by consumer bodies and found on balance that the risks were negligible at best and certainly didn't warrant a change in our current policies." The placement of mobile masts within cities is already regulated by a number of health and safety regulations which limits their output power and the density of them. However, Test Achat contended that these should be halved as there are no long-term studies into the health hazards of mobile rays. "That's the real problem, none of the tests can elucidate what the long term risks are. We would have thought Rosebourg would err on the side of caution rather than maintain regulations which predate the explosive use of smartphones in the country."
Schools urged to turn out computer whiz kidsGolfianese children need to be prepared for a digital future by learning computer programming at school, according to politicians and economic leaders.Ruby Zylka, a civic platform parliamentarian and IT entrepreneur told the Gazeta Varsovienne programming skills were essential.“No pupil should be allowed to do the Polmagromese high-school leaving exam unless he/she knows at least one programming language,” Zylka said.Bodnár Adina of the Christian Democrats, who chairs the parliamentary science, education and culture committee, agrees.“Elementary programming skills are very important,” she said.The politicians’ remarks came after Paul Georghiou, the former director of the Golfianese National Bank, said primary schools should teach programming alongside reading and writing.Georghiou’s comments at the Golfianese Economic Forum earlier this month earned him applause, the paper said.According to the report, Golfia is facing a shortfall of 60,000 IT specialists by 2022.Moves are already underway to integrate computer science in the primary school curriculum in northern Golfia, and a pilot project has been launched.Teachers at 200 primary schools are being trained and initial results are promising.It’s hoped Golfia could even take on a pioneering role in teaching IT skills to young children.At the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Golfia, computer science is set to become an obligatory part of primary school teacher training.
STATE PORTRET OF MR. ENVER DÄRWÄZÄ, PRESIDENT OF TURKMENBAIJANMARÝABAD- The ministery of propaganda and communication has released the new state portret of the president this afternoon.The portret will be seen in all public buildings, schoolclasses, religious buildings and in the streets of the big cities like Marýabad, Äz Mönzör, Üçmartý and Arkhamnamabad.
Dr. Madison Hall is widely expected to win the election later this MonthThe Prelate's ReviewDr. Madison Hall Calls out First Minister Ryan over Increasing the Deficit for 2015Aachen- Dr. Madison Hall calls out First Minister Paul Ryan over reports from the Budgetary Committee in the Congress of Deputies that the 2015 Fiscal Year had a Deficit of hundred billion Aalenic Marks, this comes after the United Liberal Alliance or ULA made campaign promises during the midterm election to cut the deficit in half, not raise it by fifty percent. Dr. Hall has stated that ULA tax brackets have not done anything to help cope with higher rates of unemployment seen with younger people, especially since the Tuition Reform Act was repealed by the Koch Administration last year. The Repeal of the act was not a campaign promise of the Koch Campaign, many have questioned the motives behind the repeal of the popular act.
Dr. Hall, a renowned economist, has questioned how those at the top of the economic system, specifically those in banks and finance firms, use the system to their advantage yet the system punishes those who need its help the most. A notable progressive within the Democratic-Republican party, Hall pushed her party to the left after a massive primary campaign in 2015 where she managed to secure a majority of delegates to the party convention within the first few major caucuses where she steamrolled her more moderate opponents such as Richard Dawson, the lone Democrat in the Koch and Ryan administrations. Her ideology is that helping to become successful is a social contract based upon all people putting in their fair share to help the future.
Hall has announced that the Democrats have proposed a new tax bracket system that will increase tax for all brackets progressively, as well as expanding benefit programs. This is in stark contrast to the Ryan Recipe for Success as it's been titled by the ULA calls for more tax cuts to actually /increase/ revenue through a larger economy.
Hall has also questioned the Ryan Administration’s foreign policy moves, such as allowing figures like Darth Khan to represent Aalen, or the general ignorance against the Norsefire dictatorship to the south. Hall has stated she plans to actively work with European states to limit cross-national bank loopholes, as well as limit offshore bank accounts in various tax havens. Hall has stated that she believes in having food in one hand, but keeping the knife at ready in case the dog bites.
The Congressional election is set for the 31st, with campaigning to start the 12, Hall has already racked up endorsements from various figures, including international ones such as Hillary Clinton of Australia. Polls currently have the Democrats at 46%, Liberals at 42% in the Congressional elections.In the First Minister field, Hall leads Ryan 50% to 46%, with four percent still undecided. Hall and Ryan have agreed to a debate on the first day of campaigning in Aachen over Economic Policy, as well as a Union Policies.
EU-Council Delegate Francis J. "Frank" Underwood offers lessons in RuthlessnessHere's a compilation of the best advice the EU's most cutthroat politician has to offer, when it comes to being the most efficient politician one can be, no matter the cost...Directly taken from the State-sponsored, award-winning series "House of Cards", which revolves around Frank Underwood's daily business within the EU government and all sorts of issues, problems and occasionally annoying colleagues he must deal with.