TsNAs in February regarded the envelope rather than the contents. February 2011 meetings has seen the most common denominators of all.
TsNAs in February regarded the envelope rather than the contents. February 2011 meetings has seen the most common denominators of all. Meetings were on “Social and Political parlance” where the postulates of the issue were commonly accepted. However who was responsible and what has to be done to improve the situtation were subjects of some debate.
At the February 2011 meetings provinces, except Batman, gathered to debate the issue of parlance in social and political sectors. Batman on the other hand talked about “Releases and NGO issues regarding Art. 102”.
Common denominators of the February meetings are below:
• Social and political parlance keep to a parallel line. Both employ a style and language directly proportionate to the level of democracy of this country.
• The education system has some blame in the general style of language. Social tendency to violence seeps into the language
• The bad style of the politicians commonly seems to be favoured by the public. This harsh language reflect on the public and causes some tension.
• Media also has liablity in the first degree for the social and political parlance issues
• Party grassroots should demonstrate their reactions for the negative stlye of their leaders and officials