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Gloria campaigned on a platform to have the city better serve all of its residents amid a reckoning on racial justice and as local reformers successfully pushed for an independent police review commission and a new office of race and equity.
Ramaphosa claims the goal is to bring greater transparency — and experts agree that, given a host of corruption scandals, a reformer mindset is needed.
So, some reformers have called to replace the “consumer welfare” standard with “effective competition,” using antitrust to “protect” market participants throughout the supply chain, including workers.
At the local level, moderate reformers have suggested ideas such as 8 Can’t Wait’s plan to revamp police use-of-force policies.
Criminal justice reformers also demanded this weekend that all aspects of it be made public when complete.
Yet Weber, a veteran reformer, said the defund movement has it right.
Venezuela’s own General Assembly declared that Maduro was out and they installed as president the young reformer Juan Guaido.
John Huss, a celebrated German reformer, burnt by the council of Constance.
Presently the cords were tightened, by means of a wrench, without the pressure causing much pain to the young Reformer.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC
August witnessed the decease of the veteran anti-reformer, Sir Charles Wetherell.

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