Rabat – A Moroccan student from the city of Errachidia won the bronze medal for mathematical achievements at the 58th edition of the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) in Rio de Janeiro, which ended on Sunday.A student at the Lycée Lalla Salma in Rissani, Ahmed Assini Ibn Oufous won the bronze medal at the international math competition, making Morocco the 67th country out of 111 in the IMO rankings.The young man distinguished himself both nationally and internationally for ranking first in the Moroccan team by scoring 17 points. The official page of the Ministry of Education published a post on its Facebook page, congratulating the student. “Congratulations to us, and congratulations to your family and your teachers, and congratulations to the country and to the Moroccan school.”Ahmed Assini, accompanied by his colleagues, arrived in Morocco on Tuesday morning from Brazil, greeted by friends and family.
WASHINGTON — The Latest on the United States and Iran (all times local):6:45 p.m.American officials say the U.S. is poised to move more military assets to the Middle East in response to perceived threats from Iran.Officials say two additional bomber aircraft are expected to deploy to the region, and one official says there are ongoing discussions about moving some Patriot missile batteries back to the Middle East.There is no final decision on the Patriot missiles, and the move could hinge on whether the U.S. believes Iran is taking action to reduce the threat.The administration has not detailed the threats, but U.S. officials say one element involved Iran’s placement of missiles on small boats off its shores, triggering worries that Tehran may be preparing to attack U.S. forces or interests in the region.The U.S. removed Patriot missile batteries from Bahrain, Kuwait and Jordan late last year. It’s not clear if the batteries would go back to those countries. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal planning deliberations.–By Lolita C. Baldor___2:45 p.m.President Donald Trump’s Iran policy has been rooted in the idea that being tougher on Tehran would yield better results and perhaps even a new nuclear deal to replace the Obama administration pact that he pulled the U.S. out of a year ago Wednesday.That strategy is now being put to the test as tension escalates between Washington and Tehran, even as both sides appear willing to negotiate an end to the standoff.Iran threatened to enrich its uranium stockpile closer to weapons-grade levels in 60 days if world powers fail to negotiate new terms for the 2015 nuclear deal. It follows the Trump administration’s “maximum pressure” campaign of diplomatic and economic measures that have exacted a punishing toll on the Islamic Republic.The effort has been a success in the view of the president and senior officials of his administration.“Because of our action, the Iranian regime is struggling to fund its campaign of violent terror, as its economy heads into an unprecedented depression, government revenue dries up, and inflation spirals out of control,” Trump said Wednesday as he announced yet another round of sanctions, this time targeting the country’s metals industry.The test is whether Iran will return to the bargaining table and agree to the new terms set by the Trump administration. The stakes couldn’t be higher, as shown by the U.S. decision over the weekend to rush an aircraft carrier group and other military assets to the Middle East to confront an unspecified Iranian threat.Democrats used Iran’s announcement as an opportunity to criticize Trump for withdrawing from the deal. Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., called it a sign of “blind, meandering, escalatory” foreign policy.“Iran’s moves to restart their nuclear program are a direct consequence of the Trump administration withdrawing from the Iran deal,” said Murphy, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.Despite Iran’s announced deadline to pull out of the remainder of the nuclear deal, there have been signs that Tehran is willing to talk. Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said during a visit to New York last month that he thinks Trump wants to deal but is trying an antagonistic approach at the direction of senior aides and Middle Eastern allies.“Try the language of respect,” he urged him, pretending to address the president directly. “It won’t kill you, believe me.”Trump himself says he’s ready to talk. “We call on the regime to abandon its nuclear ambitions, change its destructive behaviour, respect the rights of its people and return in good faith to the negotiating table,” he said in announcing the new sanctions.Brian Hook, U.S. envoy to Iran, told reporters at the State Department that the U.S. laid out 12 demands last year for a new Iran deal and an end to the Trump administration’s maximum pressure campaign. They include an end to all uranium enrichment, ceasing all support for militant groups in the Middle East and the release of all U.S. citizens detained in Iran on what the administration considers illegitimate grounds.The United States, Germany, Britain, France, Russia, China and the European Union signed the 2015 deal with Iran, which lifted international sanctions in exchange for Tehran limiting its nuclear program, including restricting uranium enrichment for 10 years.On May 8, 2018, Trump pulled out of the agreement, which he called “the worst deal in history.” He said the accord should also have restrained Iran’s ballistic missile program and curbed Tehran’s malign activities in the region and support for terror networks. The administration then re-imposed the sanctions on Iran that had been lifted when the agreement went into force.The administration sees its move as a success.Deprived of much of its oil revenue, Iran cut its overall military spending by 28% after reaching a peak in 2017, Hook said. Inflation has risen in the Islamic Republic and the economy is in recession, forecast to shrink by 3%, while global oil prices haven’t budged even as Iranian crude has been largely taken out of the market, production at a historic low.“We have made our focus around diplomatic isolation and economic pressure,” he said. “That policy is working.”The other nations who signed the nuclear deal negotiated by the Obama administration have remained in the pact and have tried to provide Iran with enough economic incentives to keep the agreement alive.Complaining that it has not reaped the economic benefits it expected from signing the deal, Iran on Wednesday threatened to enrich its uranium stockpile closer to weapons-grade levels in 60 days if world powers fail to negotiate new terms. Iran stopped its sale of excess uranium and heavy water as a first step — something required under the deal. In 60 days, if no new deal is in place, Iran said it would increase its enrichment of uranium beyond 3.67%, which is permitted by the accord.“Zarif today is doing what Zarif does very well, which is setting the table for negotiations because I think the Iranians are now realizing that they may not be able to wait Trump out,” said Mark Dubowitz, chief executive of the Foundation for Defence of Democracies and a critic of the deal.“The economy is in such bad shape and getting worse that they may experience a massive economic crisis before January 2021,” when either Trump starts a second term or a new American president takes office. “I think Zarif can’t wait to get back to the table,” Dubowitz said.The heightened tension over Iran’s nuclear program comes just after the U.S. dispatched the USS Lincoln aircraft carrier and bombers to the Persian Gulf in response to intelligence reports warning Iran was going to strike U.S. assets, interests or allies.Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told a Senate appropriations subcommittee Wednesday that intelligence threats the U.S. began receiving last week “really intensified” by the end of the week. He said the U.S. “sent some messages” to Tehran, but did not provide any details.Travelling in London, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo issued a restrained response to Iran’s announcement. He said America “will wait and observe” what Iran does next. “They have made a number of statements about actions they have threatened to do in order to get the world to jump,” Pompeo said.Tim Morrison, senior director for weapons of mass destruction under national security adviser John Bolton at the White House, was more critical of Iran’s threat to violate the nuclear deal. “Let’s be clear,” he said. “This is nothing less than nuclear blackmail.”___Associated Press writer Lolita C. Baldor in Washington contributed to this report.The Associated Press
6 November 2008Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has called for preventing the exploitation of the environment in times of conflict, stressing that protecting nature can help countries create employment opportunities, promote development and avoid a relapse into hostilities. In his message on the International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict, which is observed on 6 November, Mr. Ban said that the UN is studying the environmental impacts of conflicts around the world, from the Balkans to Afghanistan, from Lebanon to the Sudan. “We have seen how environmental damage and the collapse of institutions are threatening human health, livelihoods and security,” he stated. “These risks can also jeopardize fragile peace and development in post-conflict societies.” The Secretary-General noted that in Afghanistan, warfare and institutional disintegration have combined to take a major toll. In a clear case of environmentally induced displacement, tens of thousands of people have been forced from rural to urban areas in search of food and employment.“There can be no durable peace in Afghanistan if the natural resources that sustain livelihoods and ecosystems are destroyed,” he stressed.At the same time, the environment and natural resources are crucial in consolidating peace within and between war-torn societies, Mr. Ban added, noting that several countries in the Great Lakes Region of Africa established transboundary cooperation to manage their shared natural resources. “The United Nations attaches great importance to ensuring that action on the environment is part of our approach to peace,” Mr. Ban stressed. “Protecting the environment can help countries create employment opportunities, promote development and avoid a relapse into armed conflict.“Let us renew our commitment to preventing the exploitation of the environment in times of conflict, and to protecting the environment as a pillar of our work for peace.”
Clinton vows to retaliate against foreign hackers WASHINGTON – Hillary Clinton is vowing anew to respond to foreign hacking the same as any other attack against the United States. When she openly blamed Russia for recent U.S. cyber break-ins, Donald Trump wondered whether to blame overseas governments or overweight hackers working from home.“She’s saying Russia, Russia, Russia, but I don’t — maybe it was. I mean, it could be Russia, but it could also be China,” Trump said during this week’s presidential debate. “It could also be lots of other people. It also could be somebody sitting on their bed that weighs 400 pounds, OK?”These are the unanswered questions about how the U.S. government should defend itself after an attack in the internet age: Whether to fire back, how to fire back, and at whom? The Obama administration is still writing its rulebook.A lingering challenge involves identifying whose hands were on the keyboard: Foreign hacker spies, cybercriminals, disgruntled insiders or bored teenagers? Skilled hackers can cover their tracks, use software tools traceable to others and feign their location across borders or continents.On Wednesday, Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich., said during a congressional hearing that it was “now the clear consensus of the intelligence community that the Russian government was behind the hack of the Democratic National Committee and not, as some suggested, somebody sitting on their bed that weighs 400 pounds.”The White House has not officially declared Russia responsible and it’s unclear whether or when it might, since blaming Russia — with whom the U.S. is locked in a bitter dispute over fighting in Syria — would probably require plans for a response.Clinton has raised eyebrows among some cybersecurity experts with her hawkish language on the campaign trail about retaliating with political, economic or even military means. Her aggressive policy proposal is especially notable since the State Department, which she led during President Barack Obama’s first term, traditionally has a vested interest in avoiding overt conflict since it might complicate diplomatic efforts.“We’re going to have to make it clear that we don’t want to use the kinds of tools that we have. We don’t want to engage in a different kind of warfare. But we will defend the citizens of this country,” Clinton said during the presidential debate, when asked how she would respond to cyberattacks.For the first time, cybersecurity led the national security portion of the presidential debate, demonstrating its political stakes and the fact that the next president will shape 21st century cyberwarfare policies, setting rules about how the U.S. responds to foreign hackers.Trump has not released an official position on cybersecurity. Clinton tackles the issue in one-and-a-half pages of her 288-page campaign book. At the debate Trump mentioned “the cyber” without detailing specifics.“We should be better than anybody else, and perhaps we’re not,” Trump said. “The security aspect of cyber is very, very tough. And maybe it’s hardly doable.”The high-profile discussion came amid a presidential race that has been punctuated by hacks that cybersecurity firms, Democrats and the Clinton campaign have pinned on Russia, as well as multiple security breaches and data leaks. The White House is grappling over how to respond to hacking that some lawmakers have said is attempting to undermine voter confidence in the election.“We’re in the process now, really the very early stages of developing those norms by virtue of the types of attacks we’re seeing,” said Matt Olsen, a former general counsel for the National Security Agency.Olsen said responding is a challenge: “How do you know who’s responsible for the attack (and) to what extent are the cyber actors even susceptible to the normal responses like economic or diplomatic pressure?”Clinton’s cybersecurity stance tracks with work she started while at the State Department. Even back in 2010, she said countries or individuals who hack “should face consequences and international condemnation” and that “an attack on one nation’s networks can be an attack on all.” In the State Department, she created the Office of the Coordinator for Cyber Issues to deal with global diplomacy and cyber rules.“There was no other office in the world like mine when it was created five years ago,” said Christopher Painter, who’s served as the office’s co-ordinator since its inception. “Now we have 25 counterparts around the world and more on the way. That really indicates something that was a huge priority in foreign policy.”But Clinton is hardly a technology expert herself, once struggling with how to operate a fax machine or connect a new iPad to Wi-Fi. And her cybersecurity record at the State Department is spotty. The FBI said there was no evidence her private email server in her home’s basement was hacked, but agents concluded that it was possible that hackers broke into her personal email account. At the end of her term as secretary, Clinton left behind an agency with one of the lowest scores in government for its compliance with a federal information security law.Many of the most noteworthy cyberattacks — and the administration’s policy for dealing with them — occurred after Clinton left the State Department. The Obama administration has in recent years adopted a “name and shame” policy for state-sponsored hackers. It criminally charged five Chinese military officials with stealing secrets from nuclear power and solar companies and Iranian hackers with attacks on financial institutions and a small New York dam. In 2014, the U.S. publicly accused North Korea of hacking Sony Pictures and placed sanctions on the already isolated nation.___Follow Tami Abdollah on Twitter at https://twitter.com/latams by Tami Abdollah, The Associated Press Posted Sep 29, 2016 6:50 am MDT Last Updated Sep 29, 2016 at 7:20 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Trump’s protectionist inaugural address sparks concerns in Canada’s oilpatch CALGARY – Donald Trump’s fiercely protectionist inaugural address is a clarion call for Canada to nurture its relationships with other countries and do everything possible to access markets abroad, the head of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers said Friday.Tim McMillan said he made it a point to attend Trump’s inauguration as president in Washington in part due to concerns that U.S. policy changes could threaten Canada’s energy industry. He said he also met later with U.S. industry and Canadian government officials.“I think it’s a bit of a wake-up call that we need to strengthen our relationships on energy with other countries,” McMillan said of Trump’s speech, adding that it reinforces the need to proceed with projects such as the Trans Mountain expansion and Energy East to get Canada’s wealth of oil riches to tidewater.Trump’s remarks, which were high on rhetoric but short on details, stressed a pro-America approach — a reminder that Canada is sometimes not “front of mind” for the U.S. despite a highly integrated oil and gas network between the two countries, McMillan said.“He spoke about his administration will put America first every time and he was very deliberate about that,” McMillan said in an interview.“For our industry, where we have an integrated system — we have energy going both north and south — I think we will be very conscious to ensuring that how our interests are aligned is clear with the new administration.”Canada has the third largest proven oil reserves in the world and is the largest exporter of crude to the U.S., shipping 3.2 million barrels per day. That accounts for 42 per cent of total oil imports.There are expectations plans to build Keystone XL could swiftly be resurrected under a Trump administration, which would be a boon for Canada’s oilpatch. The pipeline proposed by TransCanada would ship Alberta oilsands crude to refineries on the U.S. Gulf Coast.It was rejected by former U.S. president Barack Obama in late 2015 but Trump has said he would undo that decision, provided the terms are favourable to the U.S.Terry Cunha, spokesman for TransCanada Corp. (TSX:TRP), said in an email Friday the company remains “fully committed” to build Keystone XL but declined comment on its next steps. The Calgary-based company has filed a $15-billion challenge under NAFTA over Obama’s decision.Trump provided little clarity in his 17-minute speech on energy or other economic issues, aside from committing to protect American jobs and industries.“What we’re left with is a whole bunch of question marks,” said Ron Kneebone, professor of economics in the School of Public Policy at the University of Calgary.Judith Dwarkin, chief economist at investment firm RS Energy Group in Calgary, said she is baffled by Trump’s positions, favouring energy exports on one hand while being critical of NAFTA on the other.“So far it’s a bit like watching a bumper car at a fair ground, lurching from place to place,” she said. “And maybe that’s part of the strategy is to keep everybody guessing about what will actually happen.”Follow @HealingSlowly on Twitter. President-elect Donald Trump pauses as he waits to be introduced on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, in Washington, for his inauguration ceremony as the 45th president of the United States. (Win McNamee/Pool Photo via AP) by Dan Healing, The Canadian Press Posted Jan 20, 2017 12:12 pm MDT Last Updated Jan 20, 2017 at 3:40 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
by Heather Scoffield, Ottawa Bureau Chief, The Canadian Press Posted Feb 4, 2017 6:55 am MDT Last Updated Feb 4, 2017 at 7:40 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Despair and the status quo: how federal politics touched Canadians this week OTTAWA – A leaden blanket of despair stifled Parliament Hill this week, as politicians strained to come to terms with the Quebec City mosque shooting and the confusing Donald Trump ban on travellers from seven predominantly Muslim countries.The Liberals started the week negotiating exemptions and scrambling for clarity on how the travel edict would affect Canada’s 35,000 dual citizens from the countries on the U.S. president’s blacklist, while wrestling with how to react to the more general nature of the ban.MPs from all three parties either quietly or overtly denounced the targeting of Muslim-dominated countries — even as what appeared to be anti-Muslim hatred crystallized into the killing of six men praying at a suburban mosque.The long, dark week ended in funerals.In the midst of the gloom, there were concrete developments on electoral reform and on the prospects for infrastructure, intended to give the economy a boost. Here’s how politics touched us this week:STATUS QUO ON IMMIGRATION:When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted last weekend that Canada welcomes refugees, many in Canada and around the world figured he would follow up with some tweaks to immigration policy that would deal with those no longer allowed into the United States.Indeed, Minister Ahmed Hussen suggested as much on Sunday afternoon, leading the NDP to hope there may be some changes in the wind in time for its emergency debate on the subject Tuesday.But by then, Hussen said there was no need for changes since the situation with the United States was evolving. And on Wednesday, his department issued a dry, technical analysis of the effect of Trump’s executive order on the American asylum system, concluding no action was necessary from Canada.Still, the media are full of stories about travellers being stopped or fearing to go, and the opposition is hankering for a policy response.STATUS QUO ON ELECTORAL REFORM:Close observers of federal politics saw it coming from a mile away. But when Trudeau finally confirmed in a letter this week to his new democratic institutions minister that electoral reform was dead, the opposition hit the roof.For the NDP and the Greens, as well as the many interest groups that have thrown themselves into the cause of bringing proportional representation to Canada, the move was a cynical slap in the face after Trudeau insisted for so long that he would keep his election campaign commitment to abolish first-past-the-post.For Conservatives who resisted a new system all along, Trudeau’s decision to ditch plans for a new voting system was a gift — a clear broken promise that they can remind voters about every single day until the next election.But for voters? Pollsters say the electorate is not broadly seized with the idea of electoral reform. Broken promises, on the other hand, garner more interest.STATUS QUO ON FISCAL POLICY?The parliamentary budget officer this week warned that the federal government’s much-vaunted infrastructure plan was not delivering results on schedule, and that the resulting economic growth — and federal revenues — may not pan out as hoped.It wasn’t the only troubling sign for growth prospects this week.Exporters say they’re becoming gun-shy about making new investments because of the uncertainty surrounding Trump’s stance on trade and investment, and the possibility he will dramatically cut taxes.And household spending, which has propelled so much of Canada’s growth in the past, is slowing down.But federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau says repeatedly that it’s business as usual with fiscal policy. He can’t say “continue” enough.“I want to just keep repeating the fact that we are actually the government that reduced taxes on middle-class Canadians. We know we have a competitive corporate tax rate in this country. We know that it is important to continue to make investments in innovation in our economy. We know it is important to continue to focus on how we can help Canadians to get the skills they need in our economy,” he said this week in Question Period.“That is our intention and I am very much looking forward to budget 2017 to continue that message for Canadians.”
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The release of Greece’s next tranche of bailout funding should be secured in November if the government agrees on its latest austerity package with the troika and pushes ahead with 89 structural reforms that form part of its bailout commitments, German Chancellor Angela Merkel informed Prime Minister Antonis Samaras during a brief but significant visit to Athens on Tuesday.Merkel’s visit did not provide an expression of unquestioning support for Greece’s continued eurozone membership, but there were words of encouragement for Greeks and their government from the German chancellor, who acknowledged the large fiscal adjustment made since 2010 and a renewed effort to implement reforms.The Greek side felt Merkel’s trip underlined the government’s efforts to rebuild trust with the country’s eurozone partners and doused the possibility of a euro exit. According to sources, Athens was also encouraged by the emergence of an apparent timeline for the disbursement of the next loan installment and the consideration of Greece’s request for the 13.5 billion euros in spending cuts and tax hikes demanded by the troika to be spread over more than two years.Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras, who attended a Eurogroup meeting on Monday, confirmed last night that the request for an extension is “on the table” and that eurozone finance ministers have asked the government to find ways of plugging the financing gap that this could create. He added that he expects Greece to receive its next tranche, worth 31.5 billion euros, next month.Greece hopes to have agreed on the austerity package with the troika before the European Union leaders’ summit on October 18 and that a decision on releasing the funds for Athens could be taken at a subsequent emergency Eurogroup meeting. Sources said that all of these issues were discussed in Tuesday’s meeting between Samaras and Merkel.At a press conference, Merkel said Greece must honor its commitments to its international creditors, noting that “much has been achieved but much more remains to be done.” She stressed she was not visiting Greece “as a teacher, to give grades” but “as a good friend and a real partner.”The German leader acknowledged that “this period is very difficult for Greeks” but called for citizens to be patient. “Much of the road has been completed but it is worthwhile for Greece to finish the course as if it doesn’t things will be much harder later.”Merkel added that Germany was prepared to help Greece implement measures to boost growth. “We will do everything possible to provide Greece access to credit from the European Investment Bank,” she added, noting that the bank’s capital had been boosted by 10 billion euros.Samaras also emphasized the importance of restoring growth to the economy to boost employment, particularly among young Greeks. “The recession is the enemy,” he said. “Greek people are bleeding but we are determined to remain in Europe,” he said, adding that those who had bet on Greece leaving the euro had failed.Hailing Merkel as “a friend of Greece,” Samaras said her visit has “broken our international isolation” and “turned a new page in ties between Greece and Germany.” “Greece has boosted its credibility,” he said.Merkel suggested that Europe also had something to prove in this area. “It is in our common interest that we in Europe once again win back our credibility and solve our problems together,” she said.Samaras took the unusual step of meeting Merkel at Athens International Airport and traveling to his office at the Maximos Mansion in the same car as her. The vehicle carrying the two leaders was part of a large convoy that made its way through Athens amid stringent security. After her meeting with Samaras, Merkel held talks with President Karolos Papoulias and then met Greek and German businessmen before returning to Berlin. Source: Kathimerini
A study of women in India who learned to read in their 30s shows the human brain’s incredible capacity to reorganise and transform itself, researchers said today. Researchers recruited women in India, a country with an illiteracy rate of around 39 percent, to see what they could learn about the areas of the brain devoted to reading.At the start of the study, most of the women could not read a word of their mother tongue, Hindi. But after six months of training, the women reached a level comparable to first grade proficiency. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf”This growth of knowledge is remarkable”, said Falk Huettig from the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, lead author of the study in the journal Science Advances. “While it is quite difficult for us to learn a new language, it appears to be much easier for us to learn to read. The adult brain proves to be astonishingly flexible.” Specifically, researchers found that the exterior of the brain – known as the cortex, which is able to adapt quickly to new challenges – was not the main area where transformation occurred. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveInstead, researchers found that reorganisation took place deep inside the brain, particularly in the brainstem and thalamus, a walnut-sized structure that relays sensory and motor information.”We observed that the so-called colliculi superiores, a part of the brainstem, and the pulvinar, located in the thalamus, adapt the timing of their activity patterns to those of the visual cortex,” said co-author Michael Skeide, scientific researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig. “These deep structures in the thalamus and brainstem help our visual cortex to filter important information from the flood of visual input even before we consciously perceive it.” Researchers found that the more signals aligned in the affected brain regions, the better the women’s reading skills became.”These brain systems increasingly fine-tune their communication as learners become more and more proficient in reading,” Skeide added. “This could explain why experienced readers navigate more efficiently through a text.” The finding could also have implications for the treatment of dyslexia, which some researchers have blamed on a malfunctioning thalamus.”Since we found out that only a few months of reading training can modify the thalamus fundamentally, we have to scrutinise this hypothesis,” Skeide said. Co-authors on the study came from India’s Centre of Bio- Medical Research (CBMR) Lucknow and the University of Hyderabad.
“Unlike other critics, Mr. Wu does not question the ruling party’s legitimacy,” Lam said of Wu’s opinions. “It’s also possible this is propaganda warfare to show that the authorities are not intolerant but can tolerate criticism.”“I think Premier Li Keqiang is using this example to press home the case to put more pressure on provincial bureaucrats,” Lam said.State media outlets have picked up on the story as way of expressing support for private businessmen and the need to streamline government bureaucracy.“As they have created social wealth, China’s entrepreneurs have made great contributions to China’s economic development, but some government officials make the entrepreneurs feel like servants before them,” the major business newspaper National Business Daily wrote.There are reasons to be cautious about being outspoken. More than once in its history, China’s communist government has encouraged a bit of open discourse and then cracked down, and Wu’s experience comes at a time when appearances suggest the government is going in the other direction.The Beijing leadership has come under international scrutiny for exerting increasingly tighter ideological controls over Internet discourse and university education. Authorities have rounded up dissident artists, bloggers and activists who do little more than call for officials to disclose their assets. Authorities recently indicted a well-known rights lawyer over online posts that were both satirical and critical of the government. How men can have a healthy 2019 Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement “It was so unexpected,” Wu said after returning from his first-ever visit to the secluded Zhongnanhai political compound in the Chinese capital.In a country where ordinary people often say their voices are never heard and where critics of the government routinely get silenced, harassed and even jailed, Wu’s experience seems exceptional: It suggests a leadership that, in its efforts to stamp out corruption and improve government efficiency, is willing to hear unflattering accounts.“I have come to believe that the Chinese government, like any other government, really cares about what people think and wants to hear different voices,” said Wu, who also sits on a political advisory board for a city district in Beijing.Wu, who owns 65 hotels in more than 20 Chinese cities, was motivated by his desire to fix problems in the country’s vast local bureaucracy as the country tries to give private enterprise a more central place in the economy. That aligns him squarely with stated priorities of the central government.Wu is likely to have been vetted and deemed a friendly critic rather than one who is hostile to the ruling Communist Party, said Willy Lam, an expert on Chinese politics at Chinese University in Hong Kong. Top Stories Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help Comments Share Wu’s article, which he estimates has been read several million times, also contained criticism, both figurative and explicit.To vent his frustration, Wu used the metaphor of a family to describe the hierarchy of government officials, state-owned enterprises and private companies. Government officials, he said, are like the legitimate children of the prevailing power. State-owned enterprises are the children of favored concubines, and private companies are bastard children birthed by prostitutes.The private companies “dare not speak, because we need to live,” he said. “If we say something that may make a legitimate child feel uncomfortable, we could be chided, jailed, and other legitimate children will torture us to death.”He lauded Beijing for disciplining the legitimate children but said that, despite the stern anti-corruption campaign, they are still misbehaving.Wu gave examples of local authorities extorting bribes during holidays, fining local businesses without clear guidelines, retaliating against those who speak up, and using power to force private companies to hire favored companies. He did not name any government offenders but took aim at policies and regulations which he said were so vague as to allow for the abuses of power. Sponsored Stories Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of BEIJING (AP) — In the wee hours of a March morning, a Chinese hotelier wrote a 5,000-word open letter to his country’s premier and posted it on social media. The delicate topic: how local regulators capriciously enforce rules and extort bribes. Within days, officials came knocking.Wu Hai wasn’t admonished, though. Instead, he was invited to the inner sanctum offices of China’s leadership in Beijing to offer more of his thoughts after his writing caught the attention of Premier Li Keqiang and other senior leaders. Chinese hotelier Wu Hai sits in his office at his company’s headquarters in Beijing Thursday, May 28, 2015. In the wee hours of a March morning, Wu posted an open letter to Premier Li Keqiang on social media criticizing government mistreatment of private businesses, but instead of an official admonishment, he received an unexpected invitation to China’s central leadership compound to offer more of his thoughts. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein) Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility “I think the problems are common, and my suggestions help the government,” Wu said. “It just so happens that the government itself is pushing for a streamlined bureaucracy, and those writing up rules happen to be eager to learn more about the issues, and I provided the perspectives they did not know but would very much value.”The experience, Wu said, has allowed him to get into closer contact with rule makers. That firmed up his conviction that Beijing is sincere in soliciting input for its drive to streamline the economy.“I think every voice has the opportunity to be heard,” said the hotelier, who also sits on the Chinese Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies
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