Monday, 8 September 2014

Role of opposition in Democracy

Democracy is that the government of people, by the people and for the people. It’s the foremost common style of the govt. during this world. In democracy, the opposition includes a nice role to play. in an exceedingly parliamentary system of state the party or the cluster parties commanding majority forms the govt. and remains in power as long because it enjoys the boldness of popularly-elected homes. Concerning seating arrangement, the home is divided into 2 wings. On the right-hand facet of the speaker the ruling party or the parties are assigned seats and in parliamentary nomenclature theses are referred to as  treasury benches. Whereas on the left-hand facet of the speaker, the Opposition party members or parties are assigned seats.

Parties and cluster in either facet have their own elective leaders. The Prime Minister is additionally the leader of the House, whereas the leader of the biggest Opposition party enjoys the standing of the leader of the Opposition within the House. The leader of opposition typically raises the problem with the govt., once he finds the govt. isn't useful as per the desire of the individuals. The govt. is liberated to verify the policies and programs and create call, ciao because it retains power that's once more subject to the approval of the House in an exceedingly prescribed manner.

The Opposition parties play an awfully vital role in an exceedingly democracy as representatives of the people that have come back them to the House to safeguard their interests. With this read, they criticize government just in case the later ignores them or conceal facts and that they resort to protestation within the House and at the general public level. It counts significantly for awareness among the individuals over the particular problems with national importance and raises levels of political consciousness among them. However, sometime, only for the sake of opposition the opposition even criticizes the proper policy of the govt. This proves terribly harmful for the democracy.

Monday, 18 February 2013


The Ponce City Hall, in the city of Ponce, is the seat of the government for both the city and the surrounding barrios making up the municipality. A municipality is usually an urban administrative division having corporate status and usually powers of self-government. The term municipality is also used to mean the governing body of a municipality. A municipality is a general-purpose administrative subdivision, as opposed to a special-purpose district. The term is derived from French "municipalité" and Latin "municipalis".

Tuesday, 7 August 2012


Guanabacoa is a colonial township in eastern Havana, Cuba, and one of the 15 municipalities of the city. It is famous for its historical Santería and is home to the first African Cabildo in Havana. It was the site of the Battle of Guanabacoa, a skirmish between British and Spanish troops during the Battle of Havana during the Seven Years' War.

Four Major League Baseball players were born in Guanabacoa: Emilio Palmero (1895), Tony Ordeñana (1918), Rene Valdez (1929), and Evelio Hernández (1931). Also, the news reporter Rick Sanchez was born in Guanabacoa in 1958. The fictional Peña family featured in the PBS comedy series ¿Qué Pasa, USA? were natives of Guanabacoa.

It is unknown when the Jewish Community developed in the town of Guanabacoa. In the late 1920s Samuel Epstein, owner of Aetna Knitted Fabrics from New York’s Lower East Side, established Sedanita in rented facilities in Guanabacoa. The company imported $75,000 worth of equipment for the production of underwear, shawls, and scarves; it employed 200 workers. But, Jewish-owned businesses do not constitute a Jewish community. Sedanita moved to San José de las Lajas after it was sold to the Brandon family evidently in the late 1930s.

It is clear that earlier there were other Jewish-owned light manufacturing plants in Guanabacoa as well. In the 1930s these included the factory of Charles Shapiro. From available evidence Shapiro’s business went well. After Sedanita moved out, Shapiro bought the building that the Epstein’s rented, and used it to expand his own knitting and dying company.
By the 1940s there was a Jewish Community in Guanabacoa headquartered in the Centro Israelita at Calle Martí 252. There was also a WIZO branch. Records of the founding of the community are missing.
The Guanabacao community apparently was business-oriented, and basing a community upon businesses is problematic. Even during the 1950s the Jewish community in Guanabacoa was in decline. It was one of the early casualties of emigration after the Castro Revolution.

Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Chihuahuan Raven

The Chihuahuan Raven (Corvus cryptoleucus), is a species of bird in the family Corvidae that is native to the United States and Mexico. It was formerly known as the American White-necked Raven, and has the proportions of a Common Raven with a heavy bill, but is about the same size as a Carrion Crow, or slightly larger (44–51 cm/17–20 in in length) than the American Crow. The plumage is all-black with a rich purple-blue gloss in good light. The nasal bristles extend farther down the top of the bill than in any other Corvus species to about two-thirds the length. The base of the neck feathers are white (seen only when ruffled in strong wind). The bill, legs and feet are black.