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Twitter says Russians spent ~$1k on six Brexit-related ads

(Source: techcrunch.com)

Twitter has disclosed that Russian-backed accounts spent $1,031.99 to buy six Brexit-related ads on its platform during last year’s European Union referendum vote. 611 more words


Aboriginal Health, Healing , Self Determination Reconciliation and a #Treaty : @VACCHO_CEO Jill Gallagher AO named Treaty Advancement Commissioner


” Having a Treaty will be a positive step for our mob. It will change the way people think about us, formally recognise what has been done to us in the past, and it will help us heal and overcome so much of this hurt, to achieve better social, emotional, health and wellbeing outcomes for our people. 1,814 more words

Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service

Our View: Important referendum coming up on Measure 101

Opponents say the tax allows legislators a ‘back door’ to suck health care into the general fund, which will eventually lead to worse health budgets and outcome. 82 more words


The right to suffrage, and a competent electorate

Defences of a competent electorate – epistocracy – are often primed around the idea of a ‘competence principle’: how democratic populations – demoi ­– must be constituted out of those deemed responsible or intelligent enough to vote (Brennan, 2011, p.704). 1,560 more words


Is alléén in Sprookjes- of dromenland een correctief #referendum mogelijk? Onzin @maxnanet @vrij_nederland #politiek

Beste minister Ollongren, alleen Sprookjesland wil een correctief referendum

Max van Weezel, Max op vrijdag/Vrij Nederland, 8-12-17

De minister van Binnenlandse Zaken (D66) blijft hopen op een correctief referendum: ‘wél een goed instrument!’. 1,420 more words


Quitting the U.K.

I have recently changed the name of my site from ‘Copper Turns Artisan’ to ‘Paul the Europhile’. The reason for this change is my love Jill. 793 more words


Bolivia Experiencing An Unprecedented Moment

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Bolivia Experiencing An Unprecedented Moment

Posted by INTERNATIONALIST 360° on NOVEMBER 29, 2017

Bolivia’s Plurinational Constitutional Court (TCP) ruled in favor of the indefinite re-election of national and subnational authorities on November 28, a decision which enables President Evo Morales to stand again in 2019. 680 more words