Political issue – Jury Team http://juryteam.org/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 05:58:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://juryteam.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-10-120x120.png Political issue – Jury Team http://juryteam.org/ 32 32 Naga Peoples’ Front: Renewed Attempt to Address Naga Political Problem Ahead of Elections https://juryteam.org/naga-peoples-front-renewed-attempt-to-address-naga-political-problem-ahead-of-elections/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 05:58:00 +0000 https://juryteam.org/naga-peoples-front-renewed-attempt-to-address-naga-political-problem-ahead-of-elections/ With the assembly elections approaching, there is a new attempt to resolve the decades-old Naga political problem. A delegation from the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (Isak-Muivah) is currently in New Delhi to hold talks with the center of Naga political talks, AK Mishra. In 2018, the BJP and its ally fought polls on the […]]]>
With the assembly elections approaching, there is a new attempt to resolve the decades-old Naga political problem.

A delegation from the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (Isak-Muivah) is currently in New Delhi to hold talks with the center of Naga political talks, AK Mishra.

In 2018, the BJP and its ally fought polls on the issue of “election for a solution” as several groups called for boycotting the election on the grounds of “no solution, no election”.

There is a standoff between the center and the NSCN-IM over the contentious issue of the separate flag and constitution. The NSCN-IM demanded a separate flag and constitution which the center had rejected. The state will go to the polls early next year.

On September 15, BJP National Chairman JP Nadda said the Naga Peace Accord was signed in 2015 and Deputy Chief Minister Patton and Higher Education Minister Temjen Imna Along Longkumer were trying to solve some problems.

Nadda, who was addressing a rally at Old Riphyim in Wokha district, said, “As we did in Tripura in 2019, Bodo in 2020 and KarbiAnglong in 2022, we will make the peace process of Naga”.

NSCN-IM and the Indian government signed a framework agreement in 2015.

Recently, the National Naga Political Groups Working Committee (NNPG) denounced the seat-sharing formula of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) for next year’s elections.

NNPGs is a conglomeration of several groups addressing the Indian government on naga political issues. Facilitated by the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR), NSCN-IM leaders and the National Naga Political Groups Working Committee (NNPG) met on 14 September.

NNPG and NSCN-IM have not been on the same page on political solutions to decades-old naga political problems and have engaged in a bitter war of words.

Nagaland Federation Gaon Buras (Village Chief) in a letter to BJP Chairman JP Nadda said that the elections should only be held for the legally constituted legislature of Nagaland as per the agreement reached.

The body said the 2018 Nagaland Assembly elections could go ahead without any hurdles following the assurance on “election for solution” given by BJP in charge of Nagaland Ram Madhav. The term of the current Assembly would end in March 2023. We hope that the commitment made by the BJP will be honored without fail.

The Center asked the Nagaland delegation to convince the NSCN-IM to resolve the major issues that are holding back the Naga peace process. A team of 11 panel members, including Chief Minister N Rio, recently met with Union Home Secretary Amit Shah to push for a settlement of the decades-old issue.

Rio had tweeted “I have met Hon. @HMOIndia Shri @AmitShah with the Parliamentary Central Committee to discuss the Naga political issue. Once again we have urged the Government of India to expedite the protracted negotiations on the issue and to find a quick and honorable solution.”

“We want the solution before the elections. Our wish has been conveyed to the Government of India and we are grateful to our Union Home Minister for giving us time to express our opinion,” said Neiba Kronu, Minister of Parliamentary Affairs.

The Center’s then interlocutor for the Naga political talks, RN Ravi, told the state assembly in February 2021 that the formal talks ended on October 31, 2019. However, the NSCN (IM ) denied this and insists that the Naga flag and Yehzabo are inalienable to “the unique history of the Naga”.

The NSCN-IM recently stated that its national assembly has resolved that the NSCN attaches great importance to the national flag and the Naga (Yehzabo) constitution as part of the Naga political solution and cannot in any way waive these fundamental issues. which symbolized the naga national identity.

Sources said: “The Indian government was ready to allow the flag in socio-cultural activities. The Chief Minister has, however, requested, in a bid to break the deadlock, to allow the flag for civilian use.

The BJP and NDPP had finalized the seat-sharing deal to stand for election to Nagaland’s 60-member assembly early next year.

The NDPP will compete for 40 seats and the BJP for 20 seats in next year’s Assembly polls. The NDPP-BJP Alliance in Nagaland was formed in 2018. In 2018, the NDPP competed in 40 seats and the BJP competed in 20 seats.

Recently, 21 MPs from the Naga People’s Front (NPF) joined the NDPP and the party ended up with only four MPs.

The NPF is in alliance with the NDPP and together with the BJP leads an unopposed United Democratic Alliance (UDA) government in the state. Last year, Nagaland became unopposed with the entry of the NPF into government.

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Naga political issue: NSCN (IM) agrees to resume talks with Indian government https://juryteam.org/naga-political-issue-nscn-im-agrees-to-resume-talks-with-indian-government/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 18:16:15 +0000 https://juryteam.org/naga-political-issue-nscn-im-agrees-to-resume-talks-with-indian-government/ TR Zeliang speaking to the media after the central committee meeting with NSCN (IM) leaders in Chümoukedima on Saturday. (EM pictures) Our reporter Dimapur, September 17 (EMN): The NSCN (IM) has agreed to resume peace talks with the Indian government after talks came to an abrupt halt following Indian interlocutor AK Mishra’s turbulent talks with […]]]>
TR Zeliang speaking to the media after the central committee meeting with NSCN (IM) leaders in Chümoukedima on Saturday. (EM pictures)

Our reporter

Dimapur, September 17 (EMN): The NSCN (IM) has agreed to resume peace talks with the Indian government after talks came to an abrupt halt following Indian interlocutor AK Mishra’s turbulent talks with various Naga (NPG) political groups in Nagaland in April and later in New Delhi. .

The co-organizer of the Parliamentary Central Committee on the Naga Political Question, TR Zeliang, who is also the chairman of UDA, told reporters after the committee’s meeting with NSCN (IM) leaders at the police compound in Chumoukedima, Saturday.


The meeting came days after Union Home Minister Amit Shah asked the 11-member delegation of the Parliamentary Central Committee on the Naga Political Issue, which visited the nation’s capital earlier this week to give a “final push” to resolve the Naga issue ahead of the state assembly election, to convince the NSCN(IM) to ink the final solution.

He said there was ‘nothing new’ at Saturday’s meeting but they had passed on to NSCN(IM) what was to be shared with them after the committee meeting with the Chief Minister of Assam Himanta Biswas Sharma on September 7 and Amit Shah on September 12.

During the delegation’s recent visit to New Delhi, he said they wanted to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Amit Shah, but the Prime Minister had ordered the Home Secretary to meet them.

He said the NSCN(IM) was “unhappy” with the Indian government’s interlocutor for the Naga peace talks, AK Mishra, alleging that he had “omitted some of the important political points which were in the formulation document from (former interlocutor) RN Ravi.”, the delegation had therefore conveyed the same to Shah and Mishra.

Zeliang said the central committee asked NSCN(IM) to resume the discussion and “they agreed that NSCN(IM) would move to Delhi and resume the discussion this month.”

“If the discussion is to be based on the framework agreement and the wording document submitted by RN Ravi and AK Mishra, then they are ready to continue talking,” he said.

He also clarified that the task of the central committee is to convey the “feelings” of the Naga political groups to the Government of India (GOI) and vice versa, so “we are not in any way involved in the negotiation”. He said the conclusion of the political talks is entirely up to the negotiating parties.

Ball in the GoI court – Raising

NSCN(IM) Collective Leadership member Rh Raising also confirmed that they are “departing soon for talks with the Government of India”.

Moreover, he said the ball is in the court of the GoI and not in the central committee or the NSCN (IM). “It is the GoI who must decide, and we await their response.”

“The discussion is ongoing, and it needs to be settled on the table between GoI and NSCN (IM), he added.

It may be mentioned that the stalemate in the Naga peace process continues as the NSCN (IM) has been firm on its demand for a separate Naga constitution and flag as part of the final solution, while the Indian government is not willing to give the request.

To help anchor the final settlement, the central parliamentary committee on the Naga political issue headed by Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio had met with Shah in Delhi earlier this week. The committee also submitted its July 16 resolution to Shah and Mishra.

To end the decades-old Naga political problem, the Indian government had signed a ceasefire with almost all NPGs and held peace talks for several years. He signed a framework agreement with the NSCN (IM) in 2015, then an agreed position with the working committee, National Naga Political Groups (WC-NNPG), but no solution is in sight so far.

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Opinion: The one political issue Charles should continue to speak out on https://juryteam.org/opinion-the-one-political-issue-charles-should-continue-to-speak-out-on/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 16:33:00 +0000 https://juryteam.org/opinion-the-one-political-issue-charles-should-continue-to-speak-out-on/ But past is not necessarily prologue, especially now that the speaker of such bold statements is the new ruler of the United Kingdom. The question for the new king, his subjects, and for environmentally conscious people everywhere is, what will Charles do now? Will he abandon an environmental platform, the one that allowed him to […]]]>

But past is not necessarily prologue, especially now that the speaker of such bold statements is the new ruler of the United Kingdom.

The question for the new king, his subjects, and for environmentally conscious people everywhere is, what will Charles do now?

Will he abandon an environmental platform, the one that allowed him to educate millions of people about climate change? Will he remain silent and on the sidelines of the environmental movement, at the very moment when the perverse effects of global warming are being felt more than ever?

Some readers of political tea leaves have pointed to his first speech as king as proof that Charles will choose to forego his public campaign, even on issues as pressing as the impending global climate catastrophe.

In his address to the British people last week, Charles pledged to uphold “constitutional principles”. He added that “it will no longer be possible for me to devote so much of my time and energy to charities and issues that are so close to my heart.”

It echoes what he said in a BBC documentary a few years ago when, when asked if he would continue his public campaign after becoming king, he replied that being sovereign is ‘an exercise apart’. . Once crowned king, Charles said, he could only act “within constitutional parameters”.
Indeed, the uncodified constitution of Great Britain stipulates that the sovereign must not give an opinion on political questions. And certainly his beloved late mother, Queen Elizabeth, who passed away last week, carried on that tradition throughout her reign.

But there is an even greater imperative than Charles’ adherence to Britain’s unwritten constitution. And the newly crowned king already knows what it is.

Speaking at the UN’s COP26 climate conference in November 2021 in Glasgow, Scotland, Charles said climate change is an “existential threat” that must put us all on “war footing” if we hope for it. defeat. He warned that “the time is literally up for the nations of the world to begin to ‘radically transform’ their economies from fossil fuels to renewable energy.
Recent studies show the wisdom of these words, revealing that the Earth is approaching several climate tipping points even sooner than we thought. The dismal fact that world leaders have failed to mount a sufficiently robust response to climate change was felt this summer in Britain itself, which just weeks ago recorded record high temperatures of 104°F.
But Charles has obligations that go far beyond the borders of Britain. The 56 nations that make up the Commonwealth have pledged in their charter to help each other achieve prosperity through sustainable development, “particularly in addressing the challenges of climate change adaptation and mitigation”.
The Commonwealth includes many of the world’s countries that are most vulnerable to climate change, including many low-lying island nations particularly susceptible to rising sea levels and worsening tropical storms, such as Tuvalu, Kiribati , Vanuatu, the Maldives and a dozen Caribbean countries. It includes 21 African nations that are also feeling the adverse effects of climate change. And that includes Pakistan, where warming-fueled deluges have put a third of the country under water. India, a former British colony, also experienced record flooding this year. Scientists also predict that sea level rise could displace 18 million Bangladeshis by 2050.
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Australia’s prime minister – one of 14 Commonwealth countries that still recognizes the British sovereign as head of state – also said it would be appropriate for Charles to continue as a climate advocate. “I think tackling the challenge of climate change should not be seen as a political issue,” said Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, adding that it is about our “survival as a world”.

Even from the point of view of personal political interest, any monarch hoping to curry favor with the subjects of these distant former colonies – some of whom have openly announced that they are reconsidering whether to consider becoming republics following the death of Queen Elizabeth II – could consider integrating environmental protection into her programme.

But some activists in Britain’s former colonies say the imperative for Charles to stay engaged on environmental issues is not just political, but moral.

Climate expert Basav Sen, who was born and raised in India, says Britain was “literally the only political power that started the fossil fuel-fueled industrial revolution”, and that “colonial plunder” by the British Empire “provided much of the investment capital” for this. It’s an argument some in the UK might dismiss out of hand, but it remains how many climate activists in current and former UK Overseas Territories view the issue.
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In a 2020 interview with the World Economic Forum, Charles wondered, “what’s the use of all the extra wealth in the world… if you can’t do anything with it but watch it burn in catastrophic conditions?” He asked, “Do we want to go down in history as the people who did nothing to bring the world back from the brink?” His answer to his own question: “I don’t want to.
The following year, Charles launched the Terra Carta, a mandate and roadmap for climate action that gives “fundamental rights and value to nature”. As he wrote in the foreword, it takes its name from the Magna Carta of 1215, which “inspired a belief in the fundamental rights and freedoms of people” – an implied case, if any. , that climate action can be considered a constitutional principle.

These are certainly not the words of a man who now intends to remain silent in the face of one of the most serious emergencies facing civilization.

And while tradition might suggest he should remain silent on political matters, a new ruler is well within his royal prerogative to shape the contours of his reign. At least that’s what some political observers say. One, former Charles press secretary Julian Payne, noted that “the King is a unifier” who could bring together “the best brains and the most experienced people and listen to their ideas” on climate action.
The UK Conservative Party has been supporting climate science and action since Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. By March 2022, half of Tory backbenchers had joined the Conservative Environment Network, which endorses the country’s commitment to net zero emissions by 2050.
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Where Charles might have his work cut out for him is pressing new British Prime Minister Liz Truss on climate action during his private weekly meetings with her. Truss promised that it would “double its efforts to achieve net zero emissions by 2050 in a conservative way that helps households and businesses”.
Unfortunately, she has appointed climate skeptics and deniers to leadership positions, such as transportation secretary, energy secretary, and commerce secretary. Even if he avoids playing a role in the public eye by talking about the climate, he needs to be an activist monarch to make sure the Tories stay on track with his government’s own climate benchmarks.

Charles can and must make climate change a key focus of his rule, both publicly and privately. Indeed, it is probably the only way to maintain the monarchy’s relevance in the decades to come when climate change becomes the dominant global problem as its impacts become more widespread and catastrophic.

No one is suggesting that the king will rule as a carbon copy of his mother; it would be foolish for him to even try. But he must strive to win over the public on his own terms, in his own way, and by pressing the issues and priorities he cares about, climate action being chief among them.

To do less would be to tie his hand behind his back on the one issue which seems to preoccupy him above all else and which will make him truly stand out as Britain’s new leader.

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Nagaland Assembly to pass resolution to settle Naga political issue https://juryteam.org/nagaland-assembly-to-pass-resolution-to-settle-naga-political-issue/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 04:33:03 +0000 https://juryteam.org/nagaland-assembly-to-pass-resolution-to-settle-naga-political-issue/ Kohima, Sep 15 (IANS): A two-day session of the Nagaland Assembly would be held from September 20 during which a new resolution urging the central government to resolve the Naga political issue is expected to pass in the House, officials said on Wednesday. Meanwhile, in a significant development, the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR), […]]]>

Kohima, Sep 15 (IANS): A two-day session of the Nagaland Assembly would be held from September 20 during which a new resolution urging the central government to resolve the Naga political issue is expected to pass in the House, officials said on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, in a significant development, the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR), NSCN-IM and National Naga Political Groups (NNPG) on Wednesday, at a joint meeting, adopted a resolution to continue the dialogue. “in order to move forward, to live in peace and overcome the cynicism, anxiety and disagreements that have led us to see each other as enemies and strangers, rather than as members of the same family”.

A senior official said the 12th session of the 13th Nagaland Assembly is expected to again pass a resolution asking the Center to finalize the long-pending Naga political issue at the earliest. The Assembly earlier also, crossing party lines, passed such unanimous resolutions to settle the Naga political issue without further delay.

The Assembly Affairs Advisory Committee at its meeting on Monday finalized the schedule.

Nagaland’s ruling parties, all other Naga bodies and civil society organizations are making every effort to resolve the Naga political issue ahead of the upcoming Assembly elections, which are expected to be held in February next year.

On Monday, the Parliamentary Central Committee headed by Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio met with Union Home Minister Amit Shah in New Delhi and urged him to finalize the Naga political settlement at the earliest.

Meanwhile, a joint statement after Wednesday’s meeting of the FNR, NSCN-IM and NNPG said the meeting was held in the interest of pursuing genuine understanding among the Nagas and making gradual progress.

“The ‘Reconciliation Pact’ of June 13, 2009, signed by the late Isak Chishi Swu, the late SS Khaplang and Brig (Retired) S. Singnya would be honored in letter and in spirit.

“Therefore, we renew ‘working together in the spirit of love’, and renounce all forms of gun violence and refrain from engaging in word violence through print and social media among Naga political groups and the general public. Going forward, in order to chart the way forward, we remain committed to ‘peace and respect and the resolution of outstanding issues between us,'” the joint statement read.

Appreciating Wednesday’s meeting of the FNR, NSCN-IM and NNPG, Rio tweeted, “I express my deepest gratitude to the FNR, the collective leadership of the NSCN/GPRN and the NNPG Working Committee for the historic milestone crossed in the resolution to remain committed to peace. , unity, respect and resolution of outstanding issues. Peace and unity is the only way forward.

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Naga Policy Issue: Responsibility Now on CCoNPI, Says Therie | MorungExpress https://juryteam.org/naga-policy-issue-responsibility-now-on-cconpi-says-therie-morungexpress/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 16:39:41 +0000 https://juryteam.org/naga-policy-issue-responsibility-now-on-cconpi-says-therie-morungexpress/ Dimapur, September 13 (MExN): The outcome of the Core Committee on Naga Political Issue (CCoNPI) meeting with Union Home Minister Amit Shah “appears to be almost zero”, NPCC Chairman K Therie observed on Tuesday. Criticizing the Indian government’s decision to give the CCoNPI the task of convincing the NSCN (IM), Therie said the “GoI should […]]]>

Dimapur, September 13 (MExN): The outcome of the Core Committee on Naga Political Issue (CCoNPI) meeting with Union Home Minister Amit Shah “appears to be almost zero”, NPCC Chairman K Therie observed on Tuesday.

Criticizing the Indian government’s decision to give the CCoNPI the task of convincing the NSCN (IM), Therie said the “GoI should not hand over its responsibilities”.

Therie said negotiations have taken place between the GoI and the Naga National Workers and it is the responsibility of the GoI to sit down with the NSCN (IM) and work out the detailed arrangements as agreed in the framework agreement.

He said the signatories of the accord signed on behalf of the Indian government, the Indian people and the Nagas and they cannot be allowed to betray the people. “We only require that the solution be implemented. Both parties are afraid to withdraw from the agreement but do not want to implement it either. We demand that the solution be implemented before the election,” Therie asserted.

However, since the Central Committee has accepted the responsibility of persuading the NSCN (IM) instead of pressuring the Indian government to fulfill its responsibility, “it is now the responsibility of the Central Committee. If the main committee fails, all the blame will be on them,” the chairman of the Nagaland Pradesh Congress committee said in a press release.

In the meantime, NSCN(IM) should fulfill the pledge of October 31, 2019 so that the Nagas can march towards peace and progress in development activities, employment of unemployed youth and making a better place for children. “We cannot continue to suffer without hope,” he added.

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Payaswini river flooding becomes a political issue rsk mrq Pipa News https://juryteam.org/payaswini-river-flooding-becomes-a-political-issue-rsk-mrq-pipa-news/ Sun, 11 Sep 2022 01:51:13 +0000 https://juryteam.org/payaswini-river-flooding-becomes-a-political-issue-rsk-mrq-pipa-news/ Kodagu: The Payaswini River, which has been flowing cold for generations, is now in the form of floods due to the Kindi Dam. For this reason, two national political parties are throwing mud at each other. Yes, at Sampaje, Madikeri taluk of Kodagu district, Koinadu flood in Koinadu flood, a kindi dam has been constructed […]]]>
Kodagu: The Payaswini River, which has been flowing cold for generations, is now in the form of floods due to the Kindi Dam. For this reason, two national political parties are throwing mud at each other. Yes, at Sampaje, Madikeri taluk of Kodagu district, Koinadu flood in Koinadu flood, a kindi dam has been constructed for the Payaswini river in the western canal project at a cost of three crore rupees. The work is almost completed this year. But in two months before the inauguration, Payaswini Flood struck three times and ruined the lives of dozens of families in Koinad. The main reason for all this is the construction of the Kindi dam, people are expressing their outrage.

Kodagu district BJP media chief Subrahmanya Upadhyaya said 60 families had benefited from the Kindi dam. If someone had a medical condition, there were situations where a stick was attached to a chair and patients had to sit on it and cross the stream. Therefore, it is said that along with the bridge, the Kindi dam was built so that there is no problem of drinking water during the summer.

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The incitement work of the opposition people

But Subrahmanya Upadhyay complained that opposition parties are trying to trick people there into saying that floods are being created by the Kindi dam itself.

People here had never heard of the Kindi dam

Congress leader Suresh, who responded to this BJP allegation, held a press conference on Saturday and no one from that party had demanded the Kindi roadblock. All we asked was to build a bridge. But he alleged that today all the families here have been put in trouble by building the Kindi dam and providing water to 75 acres.

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Kindi dam block

An egg was thrown at the car of opposition leader Siddaramaiah (former CM Siddaramaiah) who came to see the problem. They said that we did not demand the Kindi roadblock.

Also Read: Kodagu: Flash Floods in Payaswini River; Indignation of the inhabitants against the Minister Madhuswamy

Misinformation to Minister Madhuswamy

During the Congress government, the construction of the bridge was approved for Rs 30 lakh. But when the BJP government arrived, this bridge was replaced by the Kindi dam.

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This is a complete inconvenience for people in this part. Even KG Bopaiah knows this but only his followers gave false information to Minister Madhuswamy, who came to the district saying that Kindi dam benefited the people, Suresh expressed his displeasure.

To read also: Kodagu: Overflowing Payashwini! Flood in Kallugundi, Koinadu

It is ironic that both sides are now raking the silt from the Kindi dam as the problem needs to be resolved.

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Dave Glubetich: Examining a political issue tells us everything https://juryteam.org/dave-glubetich-examining-a-political-issue-tells-us-everything/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 22:10:07 +0000 https://juryteam.org/dave-glubetich-examining-a-political-issue-tells-us-everything/ There’s a lot more going on with the southern border dilemma than you might imagine. Many questions persist: why is this only a Republican issue? Why didn’t President Joe Biden even visit the border? These questions remain unanswered. Biden has appointed Vice President Kamala Harris as his Border Czar, to oversee immigration issues on the […]]]>

There’s a lot more going on with the southern border dilemma than you might imagine. Many questions persist: why is this only a Republican issue? Why didn’t President Joe Biden even visit the border? These questions remain unanswered.

Biden has appointed Vice President Kamala Harris as his Border Czar, to oversee immigration issues on the southern border. But she was a no-show. She made a brief appearance at the border and issued a ‘do not come’ statement, but did nothing as an additional 2 million people have entered our country illegally since her visit.

People from various nations around the world enter illegally, breaking all applicable laws. So far, in 2022 alone, it is estimated that more than 200,000 migrants cross each month, and very few are arrested and returned. Yet the border crisis is affecting every aspect of American life… homelessness, crime, drug abuse, rule of law, as well as overburdening state, city and school budgets.



Yet the Dems are silent in conversations about the border. The Democratic mayors of DC, Chicago and New York are outraged when buses full of illegal immigrants are dropped off at their doorsteps. Why? Doesn’t our porous border affect everyone. Do they really expect this to be just a border state problem?

Instead, Joe Biden and his Dem allies are attacking MAGA Republicans, saying they pose a threat to our democracy. Yet, as they gush about “fabricated issues,” a veritable invasion of our nation is unfolding, right before our eyes.



“Why are they ignoring our border dilemma?” This is a very simple question that has remained unanswered. Are they just “blind” to what’s going on or is there perhaps a more ominous reason behind it? Silence speaks volumes without saying anything at all.

Not so long ago, Democrats were closely aligned with American unions. While that’s still true, some of those relationships are a little fragile now. So they established new partnerships. The ones they don’t want to talk about openly… with social media companies, mega-corporations and big universities. Or to put it another way, the Dems are in the pockets of Big Tech.

Many great corporations born in the United States have grown and spread their wings across the world. They no longer see themselves as the first American companies but as global conglomerates. The slogan “Make America Great Again” goes against their inner grain. They care little about borders, because they have nothing to do with financial results. They also wield great influence over the Democratic Party, and we see more of them every day.

The vast majority of these mega-corporations fully support and defend the actions and beliefs of the Democratic Party. Not only in the conference rooms, but in the chain of command.

It is natural to ask the question: are these large international companies based in the United States benefiting from the closing of borders? The answer is no, they don’t. It is the open borders, however, that brings a new supply of cheap labor and less international criticism. Is this why the Dems are silent on border issues?

Perhaps the “greatest threat to our democracy” is the mega-corporations that think they are too big, too powerful, and intellectually superior to fade into American politics. Are they now pulling the strings of the Democratic Party?

Dave Glubetich lives in Penn Valley

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Members of Parliamentary Committee on Naga Political Question in Delhi to meet Modi and Amit Shah https://juryteam.org/members-of-parliamentary-committee-on-naga-political-question-in-delhi-to-meet-modi-and-amit-shah/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 18:54:47 +0000 https://juryteam.org/members-of-parliamentary-committee-on-naga-political-question-in-delhi-to-meet-modi-and-amit-shah/ Our correspondent Kohima, September 7 (EMN): In an attempt to make a “final push” to the Government of India for a solution to the protracted Naga political question ahead of the state assembly election in the first quarter of next year, a delegation of Nagaland lawmakers led by Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio are in the […]]]>

Our correspondent
Kohima, September 7 (EMN):
In an attempt to make a “final push” to the Government of India for a solution to the protracted Naga political question ahead of the state assembly election in the first quarter of next year, a delegation of Nagaland lawmakers led by Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio are in the nation’s capital to meet Interior Minister Amit Shah.

He was informed that the Chief Minister of Nagaland met his Assamese counterpart Himanta Biswa Sarma, who is also the Chairman of the North Eastern Democratic Alliance (NEDA), before leaving for Delhi.

A reliable source previously told this newspaper that the delegation from the Parliamentary Committee’s Central Committee on the Naga Political Question would include MP CM Y Patton, Chairman of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) TR Zeliang, Co-Chairman of the UDA and leader of the Naga Popular Front. (NPF) of the Legislative Party Kuzholuzo Nienu, and some legislators from the National Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), NPF and independents.


He added that the delegation had asked the PMO for an appointment to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss the Naga issue.

It may be mentioned that the Parliamentary Committee on the Naga Political Issue adopted a four-point resolution at its meeting on July 16 this year, calling on the negotiating parties to come to a mutually acceptable definition of competences to resolve the issue at the earlier.

Meanwhile, Patton tweeted that he called India’s President Draupadi Murmu, congratulated her on becoming the first tribe to hold India’s highest office and discussed various issues.

“Our meeting was important and addressed the concerns of the people of Nagaland. She also expressed deep gratitude to the people of the state for their unwavering support for her candidacy in the presidential election,” he wrote.

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Members of the Central Committee on the Naga Political Question will meet Amit Shah and Himanta Biswa Sarma https://juryteam.org/members-of-the-central-committee-on-the-naga-political-question-will-meet-amit-shah-and-himanta-biswa-sarma/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 17:20:12 +0000 https://juryteam.org/members-of-the-central-committee-on-the-naga-political-question-will-meet-amit-shah-and-himanta-biswa-sarma/ Our correspondent Kohima, Sep 5 (EMN): As the Nagaland Assembly election in 2023 draws closer amid a protracted, unresolved Naga political issue, a state government delegation is reportedly heading to Delhi this week to make the “last push” to a solution before the elections. A senior source told Eastern Mirror that the central committee of […]]]>

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Kohima, Sep 5 (EMN):
As the Nagaland Assembly election in 2023 draws closer amid a protracted, unresolved Naga political issue, a state government delegation is reportedly heading to Delhi this week to make the “last push” to a solution before the elections.

A senior source told Eastern Mirror that the central committee of the Parliamentary Naga Political Issue will leave for Guwahati on Thursday and meet Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma who is also the Chairman of the Alliance. North Eastern Democratic Republic (NEDA), before departing for the nation’s capital later that evening to meet with Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

The source said an appointment to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also been requested from the PMO to discuss the Naga issue.


Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio will lead the delegation consisting of MP CM Y Patton, United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Chairman TR Zeliang, UDA Co-Chairman and Naga People’s Front (NPF) Legislative Party Leader Kuzholuzo Nienu , and some lawmakers from the National Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), NPF and Independent, according to the source.

It may be mentioned that the parliamentary committee on the Naga political issue had adopted a four-point resolution at its meeting on July 16 this year, calling on the negotiating parties to come to a mutually acceptable definition of competences to resolve the issue at the earlier.

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Nagaland CM once again calls for a speedy settlement of the Naga political issue https://juryteam.org/nagaland-cm-once-again-calls-for-a-speedy-settlement-of-the-naga-political-issue/ Wed, 31 Aug 2022 14:15:36 +0000 https://juryteam.org/nagaland-cm-once-again-calls-for-a-speedy-settlement-of-the-naga-political-issue/ Kohima, August 31: Demanding a speedy settlement of the Naga political issues, Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio said the state government would not obstruct but pave the way for the wisdom of the Naga and resign from the caretaker government. Inaugurating the Lotha Hoho (Lotha Tribal Council) building in Wokha district town late Tuesday evening, […]]]>

Kohima, August 31: Demanding a speedy settlement of the Naga political issues, Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio said the state government would not obstruct but pave the way for the wisdom of the Naga and resign from the caretaker government.

Inaugurating the Lotha Hoho (Lotha Tribal Council) building in Wokha district town late Tuesday evening, the Chief Minister said the current multi-party United Democratic Alliance (UDA) government is sincere and determined to solve the problem of the Naga.

“The settlement (of the Naga political issue) should come at the earliest and if that happens, we will not stand in the way but pave the way for the Naga wisdom and tribal wisdom and resign from the caretaker government and consider how the naga should live as a united family and progress with the help of God,” Rio said.

He also mentioned that the parties to the negotiations engaged to resolve the Naga political issue have already signed the framework agreement and the agreed position, which means they have signed to be with the Union of India. But, at the same time, he said it is equally important to recognize the unique history of the Nagas and to coexist with a new relationship between the two entities.

Stating that Nagaland is a special status state, Rio said the special status granted to the state involves a decision in accordance with the customary law of the state.

“We have a recognized tradition and customary law and the guardians of customary law and traditions of the Nagas and the community are the supreme organ of the tribal hohos and the institutional chairman of the village council is the ultimate authority,” he said. -he declares.

He urged the guardians of customary law and traditions to know the true meaning of the institution and to work accordingly for the welfare of the Naga community.

Noting that Wokha district in western Nagaland is so fertile and endowed with natural resources, the chief minister urged the Lotha community to work hard for a progressive society.

He also called on people to think positively and know how to exist in peace and harmony with each other for a progressive Naga society.

Rio also said that there are about 15 programs directly benefiting farmers and called on the district administration and relevant departments to monitor the programs and policies so that the programs are properly implemented and ensure that the programs and central and state policies reach the targeted people. .

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