Il etait une fois l’Afrique du Sud etait synonyme  d’ apartheid, de racisme et de ségrégation, aujourd’hui ce pays se range aux côtés des pays émergents et qui marchent à grands pas vers la modernisation occidentale jusqu’à passer le test de la FIFA ( Fédération Internationale de  football) pour  organiser la coupe du monde de 2010.

Extends gratitude to Celia Blue who will serve as MassDOT Senior Operations Advisor
BOSTON – Tuesday, March 10, 2015 – Today, MassDOT Secretary and CEO Stephanie Pollack named Erin Deveney to the post of Interim Registrar of Motor Vehicles.  The one-year appointment is effective Monday, March 16, 2015. Deveney will succeed Registrar Celia Blue, who will transfer to a new role as MassDOT Senior Advisor for operations assisting Secretary Pollack to facilitate a seamless transition at the RMV.  Blue has served as Registrar since Jan. 30, 2014.

Secretary of Education Jim Peyser, Paul Sagan and Governor Charlie Baker

Announces Transparent Process for Evaluating PARCC versus MCAS
BOSTON – Governor Charlie Baker today announced the appointment of Paul Sagan to chair the 11-member Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE).  Among other duties, Sagan will spearhead the Board’s effort to solicit public input on the Commonwealth’s upcoming choice between two alternative statewide student assessments, Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC), and the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS).

Governor Baker announces initial steps to combat Opioid addiction crisis

Releases County-Level Opioid Prescription Data For First Time
BOSTON – Governor Charlie Baker today announced the first steps of his plan to attack the growing opioid addiction crisis in the Commonwealth, including the establishment of a 16 member Working Group and a call on insurers to more effectively manage opioid prescribing practices.  Governor Baker made the announcement today at Hope House, a drug addiction treatment center in Boston after a brief tour of the facility and personal discussions with several clients in recovery.

Lt-Governor Karyn E Polito with Greenfield Mayor Martin

Lt. Governor meets with Mayors to discuss the community compact cabinet, Chapter 90 Funds
Lt. Governor Karyn Polito today began the “Building Stronger Communities” tour in Holyoke and Greenfield to meet with local officials and discuss ways to strengthen partnerships in all schools and communities across the Commonwealth.  Last Friday, Governor Charlie Baker signed his first Executive Order, creating the Community Compact Cabinet chaired by Lt. Governor Polito, to ensure the Governor’s Office works more closely with local governments.

Deb Goldberg prend ses fonctions comme Trésorière du Massachusetts

Le Gouverneur Charles D Baker a présidé hier à la Chambre des Députés la cérémonie de prestation de serment de Deb Goldberg comme 58ème Trésorier du  en présence des membres de sa famille, du Lt-Gouverneur Karyn E Polito (R), du maire de Boston Martin J. Wash (D) et de nombreux invités dont l’ancienne présidente du sénat Thérèse Murray (D).

Fritz Vaval

Fritz Vaval departed this life on January 17th, 2015 at Robert Woods Johnson Hospital in Rahway, New Jersey. He was born in Petit-Goave, Haiti on July 4th, 1922 to the late Vincent Vaval and Anna Desvarieux-Vaval.Fritz, also known by the loving nickname of Frico, was an avid futbol player and fan. While living in Petit-Goave, he coached the town futbol team Palmeiras.

Mayor Marty Walsh of Boston, State of the City Address

Commits to better schools, increased access to affordable housing
BOSTON – Tuesday, January 13, 2015 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh tonight delivered his first State of the City Address, laying out his vision to build on the work of the past year to create a thriving, healthy, and innovative city for all residents and neighborhoods in Boston.

Stephanie Pollack , Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation

Boston – Today, Governor Charlie Baker named Stephanie Pollack as Secretary of Transportation. A well-respected expert on transportation policy and transit financing, Pollack has spent the last nine years as an Associate Director for Research at Northeastern University’s Kitty and Michael Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy and currently serves as a senior strategy consultant for public policy in both the private and non-profit sectors.

Dominique Moïsi, professeur au King’s College de Londres, est conseiller spécial à l’IFRI

Attentats en France : Manifestation de solidarité à Boston hier Dimanche.

La comparaison entre New York 2001 et Paris 2015 est audacieuse. Est-elle pour autant, au delà des émotions, légitime ? Sur un plan objectif tout semble séparer les deux tragédies : le nombre des victimes d’abord –près de 3.000 d’un coté, 12 de l’autre ; l’arme utilisée ensuite – des avions de ligne détournés d’un coté des armes conventionnelles de l’autre ; la nationalité des terroristes enfin – des étrangers dans le cas des Etats-Unis, des hommes nés en France et avec des papiers d’identité français dans le cas français.

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