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Culture, Democracy, Development, Diplomacy, Economy, Ethics, Globalization, Governance, Health, Human Rights, Innovation, Justice, Poverty, Science
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i am student of crimea ferdral university and i have a interests in writing and politics.

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democracy is important

Posted on December 31, 2018 at 4:59am 0 Comments

DEMOCRACY

INTRODUCTION

My humble thanks to everyone who gives me the freedom of writing; freedom of speaking and freedom to share my thought to my society .In this essay am going to explain why is important to live democracy, still some countries are not following democracy which means the kings are rolling country and government; but my opinion is, for baby the mother breast milk is how much important is the same importance to the country to get democracy let see it briefly about…

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democracy is important

Posted on December 31, 2018 at 4:54am 0 Comments

DEMOCRACY

INTRODUCTION

My humble thanks to everyone who gives me the freedom of writing; freedom of speaking and freedom to share my thought to my society .In this essay am going to explain why is important to live democracy, still some countries are not following democracy which means the kings are rolling country and government; but my opinion is, for baby the mother breast milk is how much important is the same importance to the country to get democracy let see it briefly about…

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democracy is important

Posted on December 31, 2018 at 4:30am 2 Comments

NAME - Manimaran Shamili 

ORGANIZATION  - Crimea Federal University 

JOB - Student  

DEMOCRACY

INTRODUCTION

My humble thanks to everyone who gives me the freedom of writing; freedom of speaking and freedom to share my thought to my society .In this essay am going to explain why is important to live democracy, still some countries are not following democracy which means the kings are rolling country and government; but my opinion is, for baby the mother breast…

Continue

democracy is important

Posted on December 31, 2018 at 3:58am 0 Comments

DEMOCRACY

INTRODUCTION

My humble thanks to everyone who gives me the freedom of writing; freedom of speaking and freedom to share my thought to my society .In this essay am going to explain why is important to live democracy, still some countries are not following democracy which means the kings are rolling country and government; but my opinion is, for baby the mother breast milk is how much important is the same importance to the country to get democracy let see it briefly about…

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