.Getasew Altaseb BelayHaramaya university, EthiopiaBSc degree in chemical engineering.in my view, countries need freedom of political expression, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and internet…Continue
.Getasew Altaseb BelayHaramaya university, EthiopiaBSc degree in chemical engineering.in my view, countries need freedom of political expression, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and internet democracy are considered important to ensure that voters are well informed, enabling them to voteaccording to their own interests.Every one needs to partispat, express there own feelings freelly and elect and vote there own leaders. So, live in democracy is important for a country and people's. See More
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I have BSc degree in chemical engineering from haramaya university, Ethiopia.
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