Nicolas Sarkozy

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  • The Importance Of Baning The Banning Of The Burqa Ban

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    In 2010 the French Parliament passed a law that banned the wearing of the burqas in public. The banning of the burqa was supported by French president Nicolas Sarkozy he argued that the burqa ban was not a religious issue it was a question of women’s freedom and dignity. There is a lot of people who disagree with the law and say they should be able to dress how they want without being arrested or getting a fine. The fine for wearing a burqa in public is $150 euro that is 217 US dollars. Anyone found

  • The Burqa Should Be Banned

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    In April 2010 president Nicolas Sarkozy of France announced the official ban of a full face veil in France because the government believes that it symbolizes that women are being suppressed. People tend to blame the president for the ban, but fail to understand the bicameral parliament of France had a saying in this decision.The ban has become controversial due to S.A.S attempting to sue the French government but France is doing what is best for all of its citizens. The burqa should be banned due

  • Multiculturalism Has Had a Rough Start

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    Obama once said that a multicultural society shows strong economy and a strong country. But is it true? What about those who cannot integrate? What about all those people who look down at the immigrants and always blame them for the bad things there happening? And is it a strong society if it cannot provide its citizens? In Denmark we are having a hard time accepting our immigrants. We blame them for almost everything. But it is not our immigrants in general; it is primarily those from the Middle

  • Essay on Should the Islamic Face Veil Be Banned?

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    Nicolas Sarkozy, the French president, said earlier this year that the full veil, such as the niqab or the burqa, "hurts the dignity of women and is not acceptable in French society" (Aljazeera). In opposition to the critics' argument, Alveena Malik, a former

  • Millions of people around the globe immigrate into different countries every year. For some

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    Millions of people around the globe immigrate into different countries every year. For some people, moving to a new place can be about taking on a different career opportunity, following a love interest, or reuniting with family. While for others, immigration is necessary to survive. It is not a simple choice, but rather a struggle to escape the horrors in their own country. There are numerous nations that welcome immigrants and refugees with open arms, but many do not. Picking up your life

  • The World Of The Middle Ages

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    Since the Middle Ages, Islam has been defined as a distinguishable “Other” from the European population, as the Crusades characterized Europe as a distinctly Christian entity warring against the Muslim identity of the Middle East. Religion has been a divisive force for centuries in these portions of the world, but the 1905 laïcité law in France established this nation as a secular society, breaking away from Christianity and promoting the privatization of religion in order to guarantee its free exercise

  • Euthanasia Is The Act Or Practice?

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    Mr Sarkozy is a poster made by ADMD( Association pour le Droit de Mourir dans la Dignite) which is a pro euthanasia group located in Belgium. Euthanasia is the act or practice of killing someone who is very sick or injured in order to prevent any more suffering. The poster reveals its intention to get the society to support euthanasia despite the banning of euthanasia by the government. Mr. Nicolas Sarkozy who are the former President of France are depicted in the photo to show the desperation of

  • Barack Obama

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    Barack Obama The President Of the United States Biography Barack Hussein Obama II, born August 4, 1961, a graduate of Columbia University and Harvard Law School, is the 44th and current president of the United States. For your information, he is also the first African American to hold the office. He was a community organizer in Chicago before earning his law degree. He also worked as civil-rights lawyer and teacher before pursuing a political career. He was later elected to the Illinois State

  • Differences Between America And France And The French Government

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    Bonjour, Prime Minister, cheese, wine and affairs; these single words all come together to give you a peek into the French way of life. There are many similarities and differences between America and France and the way that their societies have shaped the people who live there. From the way we live, to the morals when it comes to marriage and family. To go into greater detail, I will share with you some of the traditions, social customs and the roles of the French society. The French Government is

  • Similarities Between France And France

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    When we first think about those two countries a lot of similarities come into our minds. These two countries are very similar between them as they are next to the other. France and Spain have the same time zone and almost the same weather, area and population. They are different in the way of govern; France has an unitary semi-presidential constitutional republic as Spain has an unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy. The French president is Françoise Hollande and the Spanish President is