It Is Time To Totally Rebuild Puerto Rico’s Infrastructure Right Now

It Is Time To Rebuild Puerto Rico’s Infrastructure Right Now

 

Okay America, Okay politicians in D.C. it is time to step up and do the right thing for a group of 3.3 million poor American citizens who happen to call the Island of Puerto Rico home. If you check into the rebuild in the much more affluent rich folks playground of the American Virgin Islands you will notice they are well ahead in the cleanup efforts being conducted in Puerto Rico.

 

One of the issues that Donald Trump ran for President on was that he was going to invest in and fix Americas crumbling infrastructure. Fixing our nationally crumbling infrastructure is a great way to create good paying jobs plus gives the people a more viable secure living condition. Right now, President Trump needs to live up to his campaign promises on this issue. Now is not the time to put in some straggled patch work projects in Puerto Rico, now is the time to rebuild it into a quality place for human beings to work and live within. Hurricane Maria plowed the fields of the old, it is now, right now, time to invest the 95 Billion or so odd dollars that the ‘professionals’ say it will take to fix what is broken. So, Mr. Trump, stop Tweeting, shut the hell up and just do your job. Fix what has been broken under your watch. You campaigned on infrastructure rebuilding, you did not say you only wanted to rebuild the neighborhoods of your personal friends on the American tax payers dime. But then again we the people have become quite accustomed to you being an habitual liar. Just like the other trash in your personal swamp.

Ethiopia And Canada Are Working To Strengthen Bilateral Ties

 

Canadian investors keen to engage in energy, mining sectors Featured

31 Aug 2016

Canadian investors keen to engage in energy, mining sectors

 (This article is courtesy of the Addis Ababa News Paper: The Ethiopian Herald)

Canadian business communities are interested to invest in energy, mining, aerospace, engineering and infrastructural development

 Ethiopia and Canada discussed to further strengthen their bilateral relations in the areas of trade, investment, peace and security.

Foreign Minister Dr. Tedros Adhanom held talks with Office of the Ministry of International Development parliamentary Secretary Karina Gould here yesterday.

The Secretary told journalists following the talks that Canadian business communities are interested to invest in energy, mining, aerospace, engineering and infrastructural development.

The trade volume between the two countries is growing rapidly every year, she said. She said that during talks with Dr. Tedros they discussed ways of further bolstering economic cooperation.

Appreciating the role of Ethiopia in ensuring peace and security in the region, Karina Gould said that it is a great opportunity to invest in the country.

Ministry Spokesperson Tewolde Mulugeta also said the two countries have discussed to further strengthening their relations focusing on trade and investment.

According to him, the two countries have strong relations in various fields and Canada is active partner in various developmental activities including humanitarian support.

WRITTEN BY LEULSEGED WORKU