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Grading Government Performance

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 Grading Government Performance2003-01-15 23:59
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by Flemming Funch

Robert Muller, from '5000 Ideas & Dreams For A Better World' - Idea 53, September 1994:
"Children and students are graded for their performance and behavior. Why should not governments be graded too for their performance? A yearly performance report should be produced by the UN or by an outside organization similar to Amnesty International.
A Performance International can show for example:
  • the number of years a country has lived in peace with others,
  • violence statistics,
  • ratification of international treaties,
  • implementation of UN recommendations on a host of subjects (human rights, labor relations, the environment, etc.),
  • disarmament, shifting of military expenditures to peaceful, productive and social services,
  • demilitarization, etc.
Such a report would lead to a lot of good in the world."

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22 Aug 2016 @ 06:24 by National drink of Pakistan @ : Malik
A tragedy around Pakistan is constantly on the worsen when relief resources and guide fall far wanting what is called for. More guide is frantically needed as being the potential for scores of fatalities takes place to loom.  

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