Vice President Goss

He talked about border problems, share resources and migration issues that must be settled as soon as possible and with the same pragmatism and leadership that they have shown so far. At the ceremony, the Vice-Chairman of the Government Goss, Riek Machar Teny, took seat in the new space provided in the General Assembly to the new country and later participated in the ceremony that hoisted the flag of Sudan’s South next to those of the other 192 States members of the UN to the doors of the headquarters of the Agency in New York. It is a day full of emotions for us: we have been accepted into the international community and present them to our flag, said Machar Teny, that explained how the new flag symbolizes the commitment of the new State by peace within our country, in the region and around the world.We are honored to be part of United Nations, he said Vice President Goss, accompanied by the Secretary general, who described the historic ceremony for the UN; the President of the General Assembly, Joseph Deiss, and a large group of diplomatic delegations. North and South Sudan fought for 21 years in a civil war, which began in 1983, which caused more than two million dead and five million refugees, and which resulted in the peace accords of 2005. That Agreement guaranteed the Sudanese the right to self-determination in a process which was completed in a rrendum held last January, which had the affirmative support of 98% of the population. The new African nation is composed of ten small States and the UN will be present in it through the newly created stabilisation mission to Sudan from the South (AFIRMo), which shall be equipped with 7,000 ctive and which are expected to contribute to peace and security in this new country. Source of the news: South Sudan becomes the member number 193 of the UN

Vice President

I do not understand why, in a country with a population mostly Guarani-speaking, the MEC insists on teaching more Spanish. I do not understand why Guarani should be reduced and excluded and Spanish no. I don’t understand why there are other more important than Guarani subjects, requiring more time, more practice. I do not understand what is the criterion used by the MEC to classify subjects into more kate or more kelembu wonder – do will be that the Minister and the MEC technicians do not live in the Paraguay therefore do not understand the value of the Guarani as a tool to promote an education truly critical and liberating?. Samsung may find it difficult to be quoted properly. -Could it be that the Minister and the MEC technicians do not speak Guarani when they are working in the MEC?. Will it be never talked in Guarani with other officials of the Government or never heard the President and the Vice President speaking in Guarani?. Do never wondered why the President and the President used the Guarani: by cofe33 or want that most understand them? -Could it be that the Minister and the MEC technicians forgot that they are committed to respect the national Constitution which recognizes as an official language of the Paraguay Guarani, such character must promote it and strengthen it in education?. -It will be the Minister and MEC technicians do not know that the largest causes of desertion and dropout was due and due to that school only teaches in Spanish without taking into account that the majority speak Guarani?. More information is housed here: isearch.

-Could it be that the Minister and MEC technicians do not speak Guarani and therefore believe that the Guarani is useless?. -Could it be that the Minister and the MEC technicians have no family, friends or acquaintances who speak Guarani?. Could it be that they live alone?. Could it be that they do not speak with anyone?.