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  Brothers Of Saint Gabriel .... Labor Omnia Vincit .... SG '75, '77 .....

 
 
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  Incorrect PIN http://xnxx.zone/ xxx n When thousands of citizens took to the streets of Bucharest and other major cities in Romania in January 2012, many analysts believed they were protesting the austerity measures introduced by the International Monetary Fund, European Union and World Bank. Although the cuts to public-sector wages and the increase in the value added tax were indeed harsh, the protests did not cease even after the ostensible igniting spark – a health bill designed to privatize emergency health services and the concomitant firing of an immensely popular health official – was extinguished through the withdrawal of such legislation. To the south, in Bulgaria, elections in May 2013 have not served to placate protestors calling for the ouster of the current Socialist-led government, and daily demonstrations in the capital, Sofia, are now in their second month. In both Romania and Bulgaria, the protestors' cries have given voice to the frustrations many individuals across Eastern Europe feel toward their political class, an entity which oftentimes seems more interested in consolidating its control over the states' levers of power and in appointing corrupt officials to senior positions, than it does in seeking to address the very real grievances affecting the people it governs.  
     
   
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