Kanji: 署. Radical: 网. Number of strokes: 13. Meaning: “ government office”. Pronunciation: ショsho. Other form: 署 .

Kanji: 局. Radical: 尸. Number of strokes: 7. Meaning: “ office”. Pronunciation: キョクkyoku.

Chemtrail conspiracy theory

“.. “Chemtrail” conspiracy theorists vary in their claims. But some of the most popular include the belief that governments control the weather on a massive scale, that scientists carrying out legitimate research about how to counteract climate change through a process called geo-engineering are secretly poisoning us, or even that secret powerful groups are spraying us with chemicals to make us pliant and easy to control.” (bbc.com / 2018/01)

Kanji: 官. Radical: 宀. Number of strokes: 8. Meaning: “ government official”. Pronunciation: カンkan.

Kanji: 省. Radical: 目. Number of strokes: 9. Meaning: “ government ministry”. Pronunciation: セイ、ショウ、かえり-みる、はぶ-くsei, shō, kaeri-miru, habu-ku.

Office - Laurence Estève

Quand je passe des heures dans le bureau à trouver des financements ou des sponsors, des demandes de subvention, de temps en temps, je me dis : qu’est-ce que je fais dans un bureau et quand je sors et que je vois les enfants je me dis, celui-là je vais l’aider.

Laurence Estève

gouvernement

Ensemble de personnes placées (dans un système démocratique ou non) aux commandes d’un État, en vertu de leurs qualités ou/et de leur proximité avec celle, celui ou ceux en décidant, et qui, y disposant ainsi d’un pouvoir conséquent, ont à cœur de le placer au service de l’intérêt général (ou/et quelquefois de leurs intérêts particuliers).

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Landsgemeinde

Landsgemeinde - The most spectacular form of direct democracy in Switzerland. Citizens who have the right to vote are summoned on a specific date and gather outdoors in the village square to elect members of government and judges and to vote laws and spending. Appeared in 1231, it now only exists in two cantons and take place once per year: Appenzell Innerrhoden (the last sunday in April) and Glarus (first sunday in May). The Landsgemeinden have preserved a different traditionalism and ceremonial depending on the place / Thus the Appenzellois carry a sword attesting to their right to vote. In Glarus, during deliberations, the landamman leans on the sword, symbol of its function.

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