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Post by Zmeselo » 14 Jun 2018, 14:44

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Post by Zmeselo » 14 Jun 2018, 14:58

The Mayor of Veldhoven, lost in court!!!!

(Rechtspraak.nl) Mayor Veldhoven was not allowed to give an emergency order for ban Eritrean conference

's-Hertogenbosch,

14 June 2018

The mayor of the municipality of Veldhoven last year was not allowed to issue an emergency order for the banning of a multi-day conference of the foundation Dutch Eritrean Platform. This determined the court of East Brabant today. The foundation and conference participants had stepped to court in order to be able to file a compensation.

What preceded this case?

The foundation organized an annual conference for Young Peoples Front for Democracy and Justice Holland (YPFDJ). This would be held from 14 to 16 April 2017 in a conference center in Veldhoven. A day before the conference, a bus with demonstrators arrived at the center, they were summoned by a former vice president of Eritrea to demonstrate against the conference. Skirmishes between the police and protesters arose from 16.00 hours. Around 7:15 PM, the demonstrators refused to comply with an order from the police to leave. Approximately 120 detainees were detained there. At 7.51 pm the mayor issued an emergency order that the conference should not go ahead.

The foundation and 135 conference participants objected last yearagainst this emergency order. They also went to court on the same day for a temporary provision so that the conference could continue. This request was rejected . The mayor maintained the emergency order in objection . The foundation stepped to court again. And this time many individual conference participants also turn to the courts. Some of the arrested demonstrators were recently acquitted by the subdistrict court of not following orders from the police.

Despite the fact that the conference was planned more than a year ago, there is still a process interest. The foundation and conference goers have suffered damage: the foundation has incurred costs for the organization, and the participants have to make travel expenses. They want to get this reimbursed and have to get them right in this procedure first.

The foundation and the conference participants argue, among other things, that the mayor was not authorized to issue an emergency order because there was no serious disorder or the fear of it. In addition, the mayor would have made insufficient efforts to allow the conference to continue and to have insufficiently informed of the availability of police in case the announced demonstrators actually appeared.

According to the mayor, the day before the conference, there was a persistent pattern of serious disorder, there was an explicit risk of repeated and increasing disruptions of public order and the conference center could not guarantee the safety of the participants in the conference. After the police had indicated that they could not guarantee the safety of the attendees and the police had also requested the mayor to make use of his emergency powers, the burgomaster found that other less restrictive measures than the prohibition of the conference could suffice. an emergency order.

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The court finds that the mayor was allowed to take the position that serious disorders were involved. This does not mean, however, that the mayor should have given an emergency order. The mayor must - in addition to an advice from the police - also form his own opinion on whether there are reasonable alternatives to issuing an emergency order. He asked the police whether they could guarantee the safety of visitors and demonstrators, but he did not ask any other relevant questions. For example, the mayor did not ask how many police officers were available and whether these numbers could be delivered. The courtfinds all in all that the mayor could not claim that he had nothing else to do than issuing an emergency order. On this basis he could not have judged that there was an administrative emergency situation. This means that the court allocates the profession of the foundation and conference participants. They can now proceed further for compensation.

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https://www.rechtspraak.nl/Organisatie- ... entie.aspx

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Post by Zmeselo » 14 Jun 2018, 15:03

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Post by Zmeselo » 14 Jun 2018, 15:06

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Post by Zmeselo » 14 Jun 2018, 18:25

Meron Abraham wins mountain jersey and sprint jersey at Route d'Occitanie (Route du Sud)

Thursday, Jun 14, 2018 in Pro Cycling

https://t.co/bjuiKxQYut?amp=1

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BIKE AID writes history at the last preparatory race of the Tour de France. In the south of France, side by side with the biggest teams in the world, the small team manages to put on a great show.

Meron Abraham is the reigning Eritrean champion, succeeding Daniel Tekleheimanot, the first African to wear a leading jersey in the Tour de France. If you're crazy about national champions in this sport, cycling is sure to be a great fan base. Nevertheless, it is a long way to Europe and just as difficult to develop and maintain in the European professional field.

Meron Abraham got this opportunity at BIKE AID and has only been in Saarland for a few days. He already started at the Tour du Luxembourg and around Cologne, where he still struggled to cope with the power density.

Just as big is the challenge for a continental team to compete with the best teams in the world at the level of a Route d'Occitanie (formerly Route du Sud). BIKE AID has already managed to win an invitation to race this class several times. In 2016 we started at the Ruta del Sol in Spain, and in 2017 we were the only German continental team to receive the invitation to the Tour of the Alps in Italy. This is a tightrope walk, not to overwhelm the driver, to meet the organizer's invitation and to let a team on a small budget against the million -weight World Tour teams start.

However, the team has evolved continuously and demonstrated what is possible this spring. Stage win by Lucas Carstensen in Gabon against sprinters like Adrien Petet. Stage win by Salim Kibkemboi at the queen stage of the Sharjah Tour in Saudi Arabia against well-known professionals. The regular top placings of Nicodemus Holler in the overall standings.

Now the team is at the start in the south of France, has to compete with Sky, Moviestar, Astana or Ag2r. And what happens? Meron Abraham manages to jump into the four-person lead group where he wins the 3 mountain scores of the day and the intermediate sprints.

At the end he is on the podium, receives the mountain jersey, the jersey of the leader in the junior ranking and is currently ranked 3rd in the overall ranking due to the time bonuses.

For BIKE AID, this is one of the biggest achievements in team history, a milestone in our project. Despite all the difficulties it shows that it is worthwhile to further develop this idea. The French media will be falling over this story tonight, Meron and BIKE AID on everyone's lips. For several hours, BIKE AID and Meron took center stage in the live broadcast, many positive words were found by the commentators on our project. Let's hope that the sponsors in Germany will find the courage to support such a project.

BIKE AID delivered today for a few euros, for which other milions pay ...

Score for young talent https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/la ... ge-1-youth

Result mountain classification https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/la ... tage-1-kom

Result Appreciation https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/la ... stage-1-gc

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Post by Zmeselo » 14 Jun 2018, 20:52

ጉድጓድ ንዃዓቲኣ፣ ገመድ ንፍሓሲኣ። ብዓል ኩፉእ ኩሉ ግዜ ኣይቀንዖን እዩ። ንሱ ኣቐዲሙ ኣብ ጉድጓድ ኣትዩ ሓመድ በሊዕዎ፣ እቲ ኩሉ ዝኣለሞ ክፋእ ድማ ኣንጻር ጉጅልኡ ተገልቢጡ። ንሕና/ኤርትራ ጽቡቕ ኣየር ነተንፍስ ኣለና። እንተ ወያነ መተንፈሲ ሲኢና ኣብ ጻዕረ ሞት ትልሎ ኣላ። ኢንኳዕ ኢድኩም ረኸብኩም።

ኢድ ሸናሒት ጸናሒት እያ። (ራኢ)

The Assab Port and TPLF's Ultimate Plan —

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Post by Zmeselo » 14 Jun 2018, 21:15

Ghidewon Abay (@Ghidewon) Tweetade:
There is one interesting admission here. The man is admitting that #TPLF had lost 50, 000 in Badme alone. When one adds this to the number it lost in Assab (Bure) front, Alitena, Adi Begio, Tserona (egri mekel) as well as the Mai Ambessa valley the often repeated 70,000 is a lie.

https://t.co/0lS8keNMcq https://twitter.com/Ghidewon/status/100 ... 89159?s=17

Ghidewon Abay (@Ghidewon) Tweetade:
This admission makes the other number, that around 135,000 #Ethiopian|s, many of them from the south, had lost their lives for the sake of Tigrean expansionist dreams more probable. #TPLF leaders like Ghebru Asrat, Tsadqan, Samora, Siye and Sium need to be held responsible.

https://t.co/UcGrL60Syv https://twitter.com/Ghidewon/status/100 ... 46624?s=17

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Post by Zmeselo » 14 Jun 2018, 21:49

Biniam Berhe (@biniamb) Tweeted:
From 1991 to 2015, Maternal Mortality Ratio per 100,000 was reduced by 69 percent, Neonatal Mortality Rate, per 1,000 LB was reduced by 45 percent and Under-five Mortality Rate, per 1,000 LB was reduced by 69 percent. The achievements are among the best in #Africa. #Eritrea

https://twitter.com/biniamb/status/1007 ... 43810?s=17

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