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"water kenyon" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Some of the other news stories. We're keeping an eye on today a US president. Donald trump has been invited to the first impeachment. Hearing on the fourth of December the Democratic Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee said Mr Trump could either attend or stop complaining about the process in Albania. An earthquake six point four magnitude the strongest to hit the country in decades has killed twenty people and uninjured six hundred more and Britain. The chief rabbi says the opposition Labour leader. Jeremy Corbyn is unfit to be prime minister. Because he's failed to stem anti-semitism Anti Semitism sanctioned from the top which is now gripping his party and not the top story of this program. That's been unrest in Georgia for some time time earlier in the year citizens rallied against Russian influence in the country. Relations between Georgia and Russia have long been fractured over. Tbilisi's efforts to join the European Union Indian and NATO then last week Georgia's ruling party backtracked on promised electoral reforms and now thousands of people have gathered into Boise waving waving national and EU flags and demanding that the government resign. Well George W Gary who is a civic activist and the director of Tbilisi Pride is on the line from from the city Judy thanks for joining us. Can you give us some above ground to these protests. Hi thanks for having me Well basically the. The protests started the earlier in June Last summer when a I mean considering the relationship that Georgia has are not having with Russia basically. We don't have diplomatic relations at the moment it's mediated to which Switzerland and We had the Russian MP who previously was involved like Anti anti-georgian actions Gavrilov sitting in the on the seats off Georgian parliament any calls the public outrage Emma among social movements and the political mccollough groups as well so basically we start that we went out to the streets in June and It's a sort of ended up. Government making making certain promises and one of those achievements and the major promise was to switch on fully proportional electoral system for the general elections on twenty twenty and over the over the protests which lost it for one hundred days government has been ready to rating that detroiters. The promise would be delivered. They they were saying this on the highest level tribals like the UN or the Council of Europe European Union. But at the end it went down to the voting didn't pass Haas in the Georgian parliament And it caused a gain in other way of protest. which is now happening and continues again? NBC So why is the Georgian Dream Party so reluctant reluctant to implement these reforms. Is it not going through parliament While it's a seventh year now since Since Georgian dream government came into power and the Basically as it happens in in many many countries You know the second term is often quite turbulent and this is what's happening with Georgian dream as well Recently we had an IRA polls and also the National Democratic Institute which they do it. Like occasionally and The ratings and trust towards Georgian dream is really down so they realized that they are not going to win elections for for twenty twenty And we did with the majority in parliament so I think they are just trying to Use whatever methods they can Get a get away with To to ensure short day stay in power but I hope it's not GonNa get dangerous because I mean so far. I mean a lot of activities have been detained into pastas government has been using what's her canyons and force And I hope he's just going to stay within the frame of democratic response and who they using cannons on WHO's protesting. What's the demographic out out on the streets? I wouldn't speak on the numbers because I mean there has been some There has been in the thousands of people. Probably today's ago which was which was the main protests there were up to fifteen to twenty thousand people on Seventy Avenue the same. What's happening on the every bigger demonstration? That was there but the more important is that what's Pretty much entire social movements and almost the entire political spectrum united Against Government at this point point. I don't recall the similar unity. especially with a very divert with a very diverse political standpoint from from the political parties and now L. Literally pro-western are pro Russian. Political groups are together trying to negotiate something with the government or trying to convince the government that they should This is the time to actually Now give up on this end johnny proportional electoral system or owning an early elections as well. And you say say pro Russian. Is that much Russian influence to be seen in this protest movement Well it's very hard to say these days because the Russian influence is everywhere worry has been in the US elections it's eighteen. They are involved in every major election. That's happening in the sphere of interest. Russia So Georgia he's obviously as a former Soviet Union country twenty percents off Georgian territories are occupied by Russia and I mean they always try to keep control. What's happening in Georgia? The the government itself the Georgian dream government has been cozying up with Russia ever since they are in power Actually eventually himself was the richest man and the most influential sleman. The country has has sort of got reach In Russia Ninety s and the current prime minister the former Russian citizen up until two thousand thirteen gene when they came into power so as you can say they're lot of from sort of Russian affiliated political figures who are currently currently holding holding power Georgia and these obviously changes the political discourse in the country as well. I wonder how how Liberal Society it is there. I mean in terms of the Russian infants but but just also for instance your own organization a Georgian pride. How much freedom to ordinary citizens have to express themselves? Well I mean that that's a different Issue because basically Jordan has been I mean since the previous government has been Moving forward to you integration process and we have implemented a lot of You a loss and we have harmonized our legislation to who some degrees we the European Union and actually human rights has been be part of it because Georgia switched onto visa-free travel with the European Union in the past year and end For that we had to adopt certain laws like anti-discrimination legislation for instance. Now Georgia's doing better off than some of the member states when when it comes to the rights of LGBTQ. I people We have better loss than Poland Lithuania. Latvia Italy Greece but when it comes to the social attitudes it doesn't really translate into into that it's more of a top down approach when the government is trying to Adopt laws. But then it takes time to actually implement end. Put put into the heads off The society so this is the process that we have been going through in the Pasta fifteen years pretty much when a lot of pro Western Era that the laws have been sort of implemented and now we are in the process of Accommodating this into our system of understanding Um but as you say all of these various diverse groups are out on the streets protesting at the moment. Can you tell us what's going on today in terms of The the authorities reaction and if people are still out there Well people know we had. We had protests yesterday and the group decided parliament decided not to work today today So basically the everything. The protest the whole idea behind The opposition parties were trying to blockade the entrance of the parliament so not not to allow basically the the MP's from the current government to enter. Continue work as if nothing happened And well that's that's why they're water Kenyon. The Kenyans have been used initially basically to free the entrance of the parliament and to to get rid of the tents which were on Rustaveli Avenue so at the moment and today nothing is happening but he will be back on Thursday And then the blockade of parliament they also do the shame corridors for For them peace it because the entire idea behind blocking the parliament is that those were the Georgia currently has the mic system majoritarian proportional and the majoritarian Where elected in particular districts who blocked the noticed reach on the proportional electoral system? So they naturally we get a anger and disappointment from the public. And that's why the parliamentary sort of a space. For All these things happened and And and it's under under the attack now also the peaceful peaceful protests off of the opposition groups and finally told you. Where do you you think this will go next? I don't know to be honest. This is a very Nobody nobody really knows Because it's really hard to. I predict what's going to happen at this point From what I see there is not much capacity left ear within the government to get through this crisis because this has been the the the Really major crisis ever since they are in power. I don't remember a unity off of the opposition parties to that scale end. Also there. There has been the internal dissolution happening within the Georgian Dream Party pro-western a political leaders have left the party after the propounded wounded. The bill was voted in the parliament. and this looks like the beginning of an to me but clearly a when you have the richest person person in power. That might go wrong way as well and I do hope. So that a he will be smart enough to take a democratic path and and exit from this in a peaceful way because otherwise it might end as a as a new crying Yaakov. HR In many other countries were sort of semi-authoritarian regimes. I have been overthrown. I hope it's not going to happen in Georgia this time. Joe Thanks very much indeed. That's Georgie to Gary there Venezuelan takes over as president of the European Union's Executive Commission on December. The first climate change is one of the top issues. She plans to address. She'll lay out details of a European green deal to make the EU the world's first climate neutral continent by twenty fifty. Dr McCaffrey Urine use. Brussels correspondent is on the line to tell us how Brussels is reacting Vonda lands plans. Don She wants to deliver her green deal within one hundred days of taking office. What exactly she proposing on climate change will ultimately has made climate? Change One of her at Prophecies Regina not least of all because actually what we've seen in the European election back in May elections in several parts also of Western Europe is somewhat of a green surge with green parties doing particularly well and it is clear that at least again in western Europe this issue of the involvement is becoming a number one concern for many though too so her idea in this green deal is to try and get as you say the EU Koba neutral by twenty. Ah Fifty it must be. Most countries are on board. There are three that are not include Poland Hungary and the Czech Republic. And that's because they've got concerns about their industries for example. Poland still has a large at coal mining industry employs tens of thousands of people. And they they want to know what will happen to these people..
"water kenyon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Extreme weather is taking a toll on coastlines and not just along. The oceans Lisa Kenyan lives in Euclid Ohio right about three doors away from Lake Erie at the end of our street. A tall grassy bluff overlooks the water Kenyon under neighbors collectively owned that land. And the beach below the bluff is about thirty feet tall. So we have like a little stairwell that goes down man, we have like a little boat house that's about halfway down the incline. But during heavy rain this past spring, a long narrow strip of the bluff collapsed and washed down the steep slope to the water like a small landslide. This type of bluff erosion is getting worse as climate change causes more extreme storms and heavy precipitation. Wayne's and high water eat away at the base of lakeside cliffs weakening the land above and making it more likely to collapse during storms Kenyans community is working to stabilize the soil. By planting trees and letting grasses grow along, but we can't control more and more intense rain events, so as the climate changes many coastal property owners both on the ocean Annalong lakes. Find their homes at risk. Climate connections is produced by the Yale center for environmental communication Marne. More at Yale climate connections dot org. Sushi caucus very own seven twenty WGN still ahead in the opening bell. Brian summers will be your from Skift dot com. We'll have the latest on the investigation into the seven thirty seven max. But right now, it's time for the news. Here's Vic Vaughn election. Officials in Florida will hand count fifty three thousand seven hundred sixty nine ballots in the US Senate race between Republican Rick Scott Democrat Bill Nelson, those ballots that were considered over or under boats, meaning that the ballots weren't filled out correctly or couldn't be tabulated through a machine that number does not include Broward, Lee, or Palm Beach counties, three of the state's largest counties have until Sunday to submit the results of their hand recounts. US forces deployed the San Diego to assist border patrol. Officially do. Not regard a caravan Central American migrants headed for the United States as the enemy. That's what a spokesman for special purpose marine ground-air task for seven tells Reuters army, captain goester Cunningham, the third. Said they're just people looking for a better way of life and asylum and US has imposed sanctions on seventeen people for their roles in the murder of journalist Jamal kashogi. They include a fifteen men hit squad that allegedly traveled to Turkey to kill the Saudi consul, general and Instanbul and as senior adviser the crown prince the sanctions immediately froze their US assets. They also prohibit other Americans from doing business with them. Let's get a check a WGN sports. Now would is sponsored by northwestern. Football. Chicago's big ten team Thursday night. Football little help for the bears. Their bid for the NFC north. Thanks to a team the bears beat back in September the Seattle Seahawks wiped out a fourteen three deficit came back to beat Green Bay twenty seven twenty four despite Aaron Rodgers three hundred thirty two yards passing and two touchdowns. Green Bay is four or five and one trailing the six and three bears and the five three and one Vikings who meet Sunday the Blackhawks route for two and a road tonight. Our xfinity Blackhawks report, the hawks hosting the LA kings pre game tonight at seven here on seven twenty WGN depaul is three and for the first time in almost a decade after beating Penn State in overtime, seventy two seventy UIC was oh in three till beating William and Mary one hundred ninety five and OT tonight. It's northwestern hosting Binghamton pre-game five forty five. wgnradiOcom and on AM one thousand couple of games in the bay area were cancelled because of poor air quality, resulting from the wildfires northern California. And some college football games are also threatening colluding. Tomorrow's Cal Stanford game in Berkeley and hobby. Or by is the cubs at distant second. Milwaukee's Christian yelich in the National League MVP balloting, yelich got twenty nine to thirty first place votes..
"water kenyon" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Net cold water kenyon about one o'clock and already the right way was completely slight it and i sent about a thirty foot highway of because i didn't see it coming i thought well has that long is not a player learn a wisdom reboot drive deng's i didn't on all that's going to i think i drowned somebody standing on the corner eyes but this is the last big one i think there's another of a much smaller system every for monday by and sunday probably the better they're the weekend so that's my my best crack at in the first of all right so your opinion is the drought over well you know i know this is the wrong place for that oh yeah go ahead say it's only about getting darse any awards on the ground water now an at bat really is a concern it takes time for those ground want to see john doesn't believe that rico's it's money up looking you wanna water it well discussion for another time johnson long time tv whether man and he's always wanted to pink dress today's to bed you can see it at home yeah they should but i mean that would get people a stop and stare to right now so different when we come back we will do the stories they just on some great quotes in this today with the you know what are not i yesterday you probably got the word eventually that was day without an immigrant alright that was nationwide didn't do so well in southern california today wasn't a general strike day and i'm not kidding knew what they wanted you to do was you get together at work and you bring your lunch to work and the money would've spent on going out you don't date to an organization that could make always have right that's right donate your lunch money i should have done that you do that didn't no idea makes your hamburglar from the red oh no idea eyes i size stopped and got my cheeseburger in up eight it he would just not participating now i'm not i'm not a good citizen alright.
"water kenyon" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The government is made so many decisions for so many years they didn't build the flames on the freeway they allowed you know million illegal immigrants becoming the city imagine if there are a million less people in this any that's in that okay they i love the environment as much as anybody right but they build the community at the base of the santa monica malcolm's on both sides the valley in the west side and there's no pass bruce all that is now protected why so did you have two more north south rhodes going over the top this a bullet a maddon's between the for oh five and pacific coast i remember they wanted to build that that freeway to beverly hills right three way a beverly hills that was supposed to connected tend to the one oh one was call the beverly hills expressway and i think this is a fly with aces go and nineteen sixty source you intentionally did is spirit there's a huge shortage of north south rhodes i mean it even though he gets to the is to the for a five at least you have the canyon rhodes cold water kenyon moral canyon right that's right you don't have any of this gets a pull that on the for a five suppose lit up to some before i five two pcl age there's nothing and my wife and i pipe dummies trails and there are rhodes actually there is a bro that goes from sunset to mulholland but it's blocked off for regular traffic but it's a it's a fire road right it's what they what the park rangers juice and i pipe there and it's beautiful lovely i know there's wildlife but it's just not rational rational society says yes this is beautiful but we have to have aim may just their affair running from the west side to the mowing you need to more and that would relieve the traffic in all directions and make life more habitable but you can't do stupid thing after stupid thing everybody's good.
"water kenyon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"First so newman over a member bill cosby criminal case last week attorneys for bill costly asked to judge to move the try lotta pennsylvania some go many county despite it being with a seventy nine euro can meeting and lanes the reason all the press coverage about the structural shocked loose against the comedian the prosecution is not responded to that request kevin steals has a trial should stay right where it means however he says he will not oppose emotion by cause these legal teams do have a during important from elsewhere to hear the case a trial sex with june on oscar goes give during a parade of somber stars visited with next door homes have debbie rental will spend brodeur carry fisher late today that's were a private memorial was held out fisher's how since i've become lb merrill streak mike ryan allen bark in and ed badly junior among those after into property in the cold water kenyon area of los angeles i'm ross simpson ap radio news and the i'm test that we get from i guess watch value added how about the presses news humor for tout thousands of news stories it david some really stiff with us a great way to catch up on some of the stories you my advanced on the bloomberg stories you're not going to find in any other news organization fast pass stories of the day powered by twenty six hundred journalists an analyst and more than a hundred twenty countries around the world i'm june's also and i went back here on this edition of bloomberg best for thursday january to former comers secretary carlos gutierrez talks trump and china the quicker the president like in his administration he was with china and start for negotiating in understanding with each side on i think the better off for everyone because that's something everyone's looking to plus we speak about the market rally with a chairman event guard bill mcnabb if you look at where evaluations are there to pretty high level and you know so the probabilities over the next decade of returns being somewhat lower than their long term historical averages is pretty high by no means certain but it's pretty highs and we'll talk with any oh we'll see you know tim armstrong about the horizon yahoo deal and what on the strategy an execution side of things were on track than hopeful that's a deal.