15. september; aljlegur dagur lris dag

dag er aljlegur dagur lris. skilgreiningu Sameinuu janna vegna essa dags segir m.a. annars, lauslegri ingu: "Lri er alheimsgildi sem byggir a flk hafi frelsi til a tj vilja sinn um au pltsku, efnahagslegu, flagslegu og menningarlegu kerfi sem a br viog fullri tttku almennings llum svium lfsins".

Gleilegan lrisdag!

Af vefnum www.civicus.org:

Democracy, like globalisation, is a term that has had its essence wrung out through overuse, misuse and abuse. A Google search for the word throws up over 5 million references. Hymns are written to it. Politicians speeches are peppered with it. It features most often in the names of countries where it is least practised. From ink-marked fingers registering a vote for the first time to long queues of those whose faces never otherwise feature in the media, and legislators reporting their every passing thought on Twitter, to election campaigns that win corporate marketing awards - the symbolism of democracy often substitutes for its substance.

Two years ago, the United Nations, which, despite its deep flaws, remains humanitys best attempt yet at practising democracy at a global level, designated September 15 to be Global Democracy Day. In their pronouncements on the occasion the Assembly reaffirmed that democracy is a universal value based on the freely-expressed will of people to determine their own political, economic, social and cultural systems, and their full participation in all aspects of life.

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Frbr samtk. Til hamingju me daginn - er ekki nausynlegt a virkja fleiri slendinga inn etta flag?

Anna Karlsdttir, 15.9.2009 kl. 16:12

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