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Is it important to live in democracy?

Is it important to live in democracy?To a normal evening three Rwandan youngsters sitting on the courtyard ready to hear the ancient anecdotes from their begetter. The topic was the hospitalization of the Rwandan top directors to their citizens from 1959-1994. Speaking from the know-how our father which he received from the endeavor he met in his juvenile as he was born in 1961 his family was pushed to flee their agrarian(Rwanda) as their ethnicity wasn’t constitutional. To him, he has never…See More
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Is it important to live in democracy?

Is it important to live in democracy?To a normal evening three Rwandan youngsters sitting on the courtyard ready to hear the ancient anecdotes from their begetter. The topic was the hospitalization of the Rwandan top directors to their citizens from 1959-1994. Speaking from the know-how our father which he received from the endeavor he met in his juvenile as he was born in 1961 his family was pushed to flee their agrarian(Rwanda) as their ethnicity wasn’t constitutional. To him, he has never…See More
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My name is Robert Ganza Mpore I'm an orphaned Rwandan kid aspiring to turn my walls into doors. Being in Global Ethics Network will help me acquire skills on global business, democracy, justice and trade as the highlighted areas are my interests.

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Is it important to live in democracy?

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Is it important to live in democracy?

To a normal evening three Rwandan youngsters sitting on the courtyard ready to hear the ancient anecdotes from their begetter. The topic was the hospitalization of the Rwandan top directors to their citizens from 1959-1994. Speaking from the know-how our father which he received from the endeavor he met in his juvenile as he was born in 1961 his family was pushed to flee their agrarian(Rwanda) as…

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