AUTHOR Whoever mislead the public will go to jail three years

ag                                                                                                                                                        PARLIAMENT:      have sent greetings to the press and to the media to adopt a Bill of Statistics of the Year 2013, which among other things you want to author who made mistakes in reporting statistics jailed three years or a fine of Sh 10 million.
The bill has passed when, on March 31, this year the government is expected to submit a bill to the Access to Information Act of the Year 2015 and the Freedom of the Media of the Year 2015, all the emergency certificate.      Already news partners have shapinga submitted the bills for emergency certificate saying they want brought to know what is in it.
The original manuscript of the data was presented at the 17th meeting held in November last year, after lawmakers oppose provisions vinavyobana journalists, government iliutoa parliament for information that is going to fix it.
Yesterday Parliament lilivyokaa committee to approve the bill, Ubungo MP John Mnyika, questioned on that section gives severe punishment by the Government say imekifanyia adjustment.
However, the MP said no kilichofanyiwa correction and punishment continues to be severe. And Special Seats MP, Ester Bulaya (CCM), questioned how can the government should immunity for government servant who gave incorrect information, but ikaacha set by the author who received incorrect information to the officer of the Government and reported them.
Responding to that, the Attorney General, George Saju, said “going to court or police expression”.
Before the removal of parliament in November last year, the bill, among other things, was suggested Sh 10 million fine or penalty of not less than one year imprisonment in jail or both for media give false statistical information containing false or fabrication


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China, Kazakhstan Sign $23 Billion in Deals

China expands its economic ties with an important partner for its Silk Road Economic Belt project.China, Kazakhstan Sign $23 Billion in Deals

If China and Russia are warring for influence in Kazakhstan, as Arthur Guschin argued in a recent piece, then China just upped the ante. With Kazakh Prime Minister Karim Masimov in China in advance of the Boao Forum, he and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang oversaw the signing of 33 deals worth a whopping $23.6 billion.

According to Xinhua, the deals include projects in the “steel, non-ferrous metals, sheet glass, oil refining, hydropower and automobile” industries. Li praised the deals as a sign of the complementary nature of the Chinese and Kazakh economies.

During his meeting with Masimov, Chinese President Xi Jinping called for the countries to enhance cooperation on the Silk Road Economic Belt, a Chinese initiative to create a vast trade network linked East, Central, and South Asia to the Middle East and Europe. To entice potential partners, China is offering funding for infrastructure development through both the newly-created Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and the separate Silk Road Fund. Together, those two initiatives will eventually provide $140 billion in funding for infrastructure projects.

Kazakhstan has its own plan for building up infrastructure and jump-starting the economy, dubbed “Bright Road” in a November 2014 speech by President Nursultan Nazarbayev. The new policy is in part driven by the need to decrease economic reliance on Russia, particularly as the Russian economy suffers under Western sanctions.

Xi was quick to point out how complementary the “Bright Road” project is with the Silk Road Economic Belt. Indeed, both projects place a major emphasis on infrastructure development, a sector where Chinese companies are particularly active. Nazarbayev pledged last year that Kazakhstan would fund $3 billion worth of infrastructure projects each year for up to three years.

As the deals signed today indicate, however, China-Kazakhstan economic cooperation is not limited to infrastructure projects. Chinese companies are making a bid to become the driving force in Kazakhstan’s industrialization; Beijing is encouraging Chinese firms (particularly those based in neighboring Xinjiang) to invest in Kazakhstan. Meanwhile, Kazakhstan’s government also plans to devote $477 million to joint projects with China, particularly the trans-border free trade zone centered on Xinjiang’s Khorgos city.

For China, increased economic cooperation with Kazakhstan (and other countries along the Silk Road Economic Belt) is seen as the key to promoting economic development in Xinjiang. Beijing believes increased economic opportunities in its far western province will lead to increased stability in a region frequently rocked by violence. At the same time, China is eager to access natural resources in Kazakhstan and beyond.

Saudi Arabia says it won’t rule out building nuclear weapons

 ‘It is not something we would discuss publicly’     

Saudi Arabia will not rule out building or acquiring nuclear weapons, the country’s ambassador to the United States has indicated.

Asked whether Saudi Arabia would ever build nuclear weapons in an interview with US news channel CNN, Adel Al-Jubeir said the subject was “not something we would discuss publicly”.

Pressed later on the issue he said: “This is not something that I can comment on, nor would I comment on.”

The ambassador’s reticence to rule out a military nuclear programme may reignite concerns that the autocratic monarchy has its eye on a nuclear arsenal.

Western intelligence agencies believe that the Saudi monarchy paid for up to 60% of Pakistan’s nuclear programme in return for the ability to buy warheads for itself at short notice, the Guardian newspaper reported in 2010.                    Which countries have nuclear weapons?RussiaUSAUKChinaIndiaFrancePakistanNorth KoreaIsrael

The two countries maintain close relations and are sometimes said to have a special relationship; they currently have close military ties and conduct joint exercises.

The Saudi Arabian regime also already possesses medium-range ballistic missiles in the form of the Royal Saudi Strategic Missile Force.

In addition it has significant nuclear expertise in the form of a civilian nuclear programme of the kind Iran says it wants to develop.

In 2012 the Saudi Arabian government threatened to acquire nuclear weapons were neighbouring regional power Iran ever to do so.

“Politically, it would be completely unacceptable to have Iran with a nuclear capability and not the kingdom,”  a senior Saudi source told The Times newspaper at the time.

The United States and other Western allies say a deal with Iran on its nuclear programme is possible. Iran denies it is building nuclear weapons.

The news comes days after Saudi Arabia launched a military operation in neighbouring Yemen aimed at suppressing a rebel group that is attempting to form a central government.

Saudi’s military operation against the advancing Shia Houthi group has been joined by Egyptian, Jordanian and Moroccan forces.

Nigeria votes in tight Jonathan-Buhari contest

Nigerian woman validating her voting card by using a fingerprint reader; 28 March 2015
Voters have to validate their voting cards using a fingerprint reader

It is said to be the most closely fought election since independence.

The election was delayed by six weeks to allow the army to recapture territory from militant Islamist group Boko Haram.

The two main presidential candidates have pledged to prevent violence during the election and its aftermath.

Follow live updates from the election here.

Despite reports of delays in some areas, election body spokesman Kayode Idowu told the AFP news agency that polling stations have opened and that “accreditation has started”.

Voters need to register first using biometric cards with their fingerprints before they can cast their vote later.

At some polling stations, card readers appear to be working slowly or not at all, BBC reporters on the ground say.

President Jonathan himself needed more than 20 minutes to register in his home village of Otuoke, although his spokesman says his accreditation is now complete.

Voter registration in Jere, some 40 miles from Abuja, 28 March 2015
Nigerians may have to queue for hours to be able to register

Some polling stations opened late and as the BBC’s Will Ross reports from the capital Abuja, long queues are forming outside the stations because of problems with the card readers.

Voters will have to be patient and are likely to spend all day to be able to cast their vote, he says.

A polling station in Enugu state in south-eastern Nigeria was hit by an explosion, Nigeria’s privately-owned Channels Television reports, without giving any further details.

Media captionGabriel Gatehouse reports on the Nigerian army’s offensive against Boko Haram

The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has dominated Nigerian politics since 1999, but the All Progressives Congress (APC) is viewed as a serious challenge.

Some 800 people were killed after the 2011 contest between Mr Jonathan and Gen Buhari, a former military ruler.

Voters in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory of Abuja – the capital – will also elect members of the house of representatives and the senate.

On Friday, the Nigerian army said it had retaken the town of Gwoza, believed to be the headquarters of Boko Haram, one of the last places still under its control.


Nigeria at a glance:

A Nigerian voter poses for a photo with a newly acquired permanent voters card - February 2015
  • Two main presidential candidates:

Muhammadu Buhari, All Progressives Congress (APC), Muslim northerner, ex-military ruler, fourth presidential bid

Goodluck Jonathan, People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Christian southerner, incumbent president, second-term bid

  • Years of military rule ended in 1999 and the PDP has been in power ever since
  • Nigeria is Africa’s largest economy and leading oil producer
  • With a population of more than 170m, it is also Africa’s most populous nation

Unpredictable poll

Nigeria decides 2015: Election coverage


UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said on Friday: “The international community has high expectations that Nigeria will provide leadership in setting a high standard for this election.”

He called on Nigerians – in Africa’s most populous nation – to vote in large numbers.

He added that he hoped the presidential and parliamentary elections would be “transparent, inclusive and peaceful”.

Campaign group Human Rights Watch says Boko Haram has killed some 1,000 people this year alone.

On Wednesday, army chief Kenneth Minimah said adequate security arrangements had been made for the polls.

On Thursday, the government closed its land and sea borders for the election.                                       SOURCE;BBC