Monday, February 18, 2008

Russia To Get Property Rights BEFORE Canadians Do!


MOSCOW - Dmitry Medvedev, the man widely expected to be Russia's next president, promised business leaders Friday in a speech to burnish his liberal image that he will protect private property, cut red tape and fight corruption.

Medvedev is cultivating the image of a business-friendly leader and avoiding President Vladimir Putin's harsh anti-Western rhetoric.

Speaking Friday at an economic forum in the Siberian city Krasnoyarsk, Medvedev pledged to liberalize the economy, reduce bureaucracy and strengthen the nation's justice system.

"Respect for private property must become one of the pillars of state policy," Medvedev told the business forum.



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Blogger marginalizedactiondinosaur said...

Well in Manitoba

Birds Hill PP
Riding Mountain NP
Spruce woods PP
Turtle Mountain PP
Hecla - Grindstone pp

That I know of,

Used to all be peoples farms, homes etc. Then Big government came and took them away. What's real pathetic now is Hecla where they kicked out the icelanders and now the buildings are going to the dogs they want them back.

2/16/2008 8:01 a.m.  
Blogger cherenkov said...

We'll see just what he can do, with Putin pulling the strings from behind the curtain. Maybe he can make things happen .. who knows?

BTW: Half Pints is indeed on tap at the King's Head: the stout, the IPA and the amber ale.

2/17/2008 7:24 p.m.  
Blogger WomanHonorThyself said... many litte time..thanks Ommag for the heads up on this one!

2/17/2008 10:46 p.m.  
Blogger OMMAG said...

Good to know that Cherenkov....

M.A.D. and Angel ..... I'm happy for Russia if this is they way they are going....

Now just what the hell are we doing to ourselves in Canada??

2/17/2008 11:13 p.m.  
Blogger marginalizedactiondinosaur said...

Well I'm happy for them in Russia though I'm, suspect. They have all this big party brass and when nationalizing industries some in the state where the state owned all their property some got a lot more than others.

Still a step in the right direction. Those are always good things.

2/20/2008 1:57 p.m.  

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