The ministry refused, arguing that such documents contained ‘secretive material’. It merely provided a list of animals imported to and exported from ...
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“What will change by complaining? We try to adjust to our reality and to create something new besides.”
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Our approach had been to retrain workers in the system and then appoint them as psychologist in the correctional facilities. But experience has shown ...
Hartenyan claims he’s been told in private that it’s a question of funding holding up the road work.
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