There is a much wider issue bubbling beneath the entire Brexit debacle. It is obvious that Brexit has opened the entire workings of Government for all to see and it’s clear that an entire overhaul is necessary.
The 2018 midterm elections are coming up in just barely a few days. On November 6, 2018, members of the 116th Congress will be elected in states and districts across the country as Americans go to the polls in a beautiful exercise of “government by the people, for the people.”
A romantic comedy in which a bootstraps middle-class woman finds herself in love with a billionaire family. Entertaining, humorous, well produced, and creative, with one thing in particular that stands out – almost the entire starring cast are of Asian, primarily East Asian, descent.
The public square has been alight in recent days as controversy has brewed over The New York Times’ hiring of Harvard Law-educated Sarah Jeong and her history of questionable Tweets.
There is no doubt that the negotiations for the UK to leave the EU have been handled appallingly but ever since they demanded three immutable concessions, Brussels has been on a path to ensuring that a hard Brexit was inevitable.
Transparency is required for realising goals, boosting performance and leveraging impacts of any business operations. This is why transparency is a key element in the operations of the African Development Bank. Efforts at improved operations and efficient systems grounded in transparency are paying off.
A question keeps occurring to me. Why is Brexit being decided along Party Political lines? Brexit is not an ideological issue. It makes no difference whether a voter leans left or right, there are Brexiteers and Remainers on both sides of the divide.