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of. us is a beautiful medieval city and portugal's north with a population of one hundred twenty thousand. in the mid two thousand and six percent are signed a contract award in the concession for water supply services to a consortium of companies. the main shareholder the second a spanish owned multinational. lewis first can sell us as a spokesman. my risk ok this. is. the game faced going to. the whale. to leave the fish. some would. but on the people which probably. don't move. to vent. but
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never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each breath . but then my feelings started to change you talked about more like it was again still some more fun to feel those that didn't like to question our arc and i secretly promised to never again like it said one does not leave a funeral in the same as one enters my mind it's consumed with death this one height difference i speak to now as there are no other takers. claimed that mainstream media has met its maker. to. cut off.
you speak french. yes. indeed the targets that the municipality had guaranteed in the contracts so much as definite growth in population and consumption was still only seen on paper. so when in two thousand and ten the newly elected mayor this to go miss started protesting the company went to court demanding compensation. but our government a movie. deal. says i was the. not
far from bustle us this past us defend the city of fifty thousand which signed a similar contract with the same company and with tragic consequences. the people talk to the streets past us to fight atta had suddenly going to the most expensive water at him portugal e.t.f. ok mike you can do just. what it is that we did that i gave my youngest one did it well then a lot. gets lost like an athlete missed out on best nobody to became met of passes to fight with water was the main focus of his election campaign. he soon discovered that the situation was even worse than he'd imagined knows the view you give you of these elite community cannot say. the maze thing you see it. is it going not on to him when they meet but it is
a pity well i don't think it is new but i would do it king is exposed to the more it is look so that. one class will be the only place where they live whether with and to listen to the most and yes with a student this is typically by the end of the answer particularly. why do you say. the brother brings how diverse which is war absolutely wrong. perhaps no no. this was on paul song pallone events like gandhi and what's important is the result. do the people of good quality work are you satisfied by the sentence is in one protected these are the main reason to be performed.
for the people who knew the terms of the contract of sale for the water company which had been kept secret it was only one option. to make them public. so that all germans could know that they themselves had guaranteed thirty years of profits for two companies. a referendum was needed to make the contracts details public. political parties try to stop it. that's what i do want once found i got. the who then b. and if i take it who do have them first do this does the shifts guy i'm. taking it down for just barely enough of us and skittishness me or don't i dish out only it was. to be. done and i don't.
know. the local government under the weight of public opinion was forced to reclaim the berlin water company from london which has since two thousand and fourteen completely returned to public ownership. however the repurchase price was very high close to one point three billion euros. the high costs of room in a spot of fishing. were true mainly due to the further water of being privatized first. those were the costs will probably. move to national have been very expertly proficient. at passing on to consumers because that's where the do always wherever they go. this is you. know mr bush
in this official this to several of these. top of the market just think they can be a better left up to me. in the economy. now and are making me given the amount what i need almost never of the. new heart and mind of the age is behind what products. i think that the european commission would be very very good to impose water privatization on anybody is the only could. we let the member states to organize in the way that the think it's more efficient . boards bubblegum private ownership are possible so that we have an official
system that distribute high quality safe efficient affordable water to all the citizens. in their patience. to happen or if you. want to push that if internationally or whatever the country. ill we're not able to go to the common talking about three go up and i could see that it's a better option. this isn't a cut off but if by steps once our finance minister ship that down i need guns guns . my you know how to get it all. you need to get use. to students to prove that she's young this size and mass in sight and i hadn't learned. to make
a more ninety's yet will does. it i was hype. it was a historic referendum. ninety five percent of italian voters said no to water privatisation is berlusconi's government a plan. and the reason why we have this referendum is because the business when he got it might have peace before passing a law that was foreseen there but i think at the local level anybody what that management is in there it's of there will be somebody. making compulsory for anybody to sell out at least fifty percent of the state in public companies for all
the public said not only was there. a few weeks after that referendum triumph. and mario draghi the new and departing directors of the european central bank sent a secret letter to bonus going to exposed by the korean of the newspaper. they remind him of the basic measures expected of it in a. structural reform favoring competition and italian bonds including the full liberalization of local public services through large scale privatization. that secret letter. caused quite a backlash because the e.c.b. has no institutional jurisdiction to enforce policy making in an e.u. member state. it was judgment the judgment of the e.c.b. what was necessary in this absolutely dramatic circumstances where forty percent
of the g.d.p. of the euro area was under attack when i think. the bell is going to government implemented many of the measures proposed in that letter while at the same time secretly trying to introduce provisions to privatized water . proposal that italians had rejected in the referendum. the course official court intervened and said no you cannot remain should use. legal provisions to be repealed as a result of a referral. this calls to european commissioner olli rehn to write to mr berlusconi again asking for clarification. you know little deserve what we parse it just won't look at marriage really as a judge and i found a really doesn't judge a founder of. a
tally and who had already made up their own minds saw that sentence despite the outcomes of the referendum as an insult it also infringed upon an e.u. article demanding neutrality. says it this i mean yes get is. so yes. it's got this give this that you don't. know who are not mix is. going to do your.
group when you step on it that we're going to prevent. the exact city. roof you'll do no it don't want to do would amend the simple peaceful quiet. always up in. large scale privatizations of a key demand in every memorandum that the troika has imposed on every greek government the water companies of athens and thessaloniki always on the list. goes. mia. the only question on the bill let's get. mr make a luck is as a journalist and was new democracy spokesperson. he later became interior minister for the right wing government formed by antonius a modest and twenty twelve. that was the year in which
a minimum percentage state holding in the two largest water companies was abolished by law paving the way for complete privatization. thought if you put bees in the couple. of them one up your. they punched kicked by they must get out. then we have given up every bit of houston. for some rain. and they. have to pull of the school no any of us accuse them of the kind of us that even people don't understand a. little bit enough to notice them and of i live a good location for the border making little bit. of a living to support them as opposed to.
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calls on the united nations to hold the u.s. coalition to account for wednesday's s. trying to to talk. government forces central command says the attack was to defend an american factory. with the winter olympics less than a day away now dozens of russian athletes are still awaiting a ruling on whether or not they can actually compete in south korea norway is the latest to face doping allegations. and republican lawmakers in the united states are threatening to cut funding to a global cancer research program after it linked america's most widely used killer made by the angry business john monsanto to cancer.
thanks for joining us this evening my name is this is r.t. international. syria has called on the u.n. to hold the u.s. led coalition to account for wednesday's and strikes against pro-government forces the number of casualties has not yet been confirmed but some reports claim up to one hundred people may have been killed your central command described the attack as a defensive move but russia's defense ministry said the unit was hit as it was carrying out an operation against an eyesore. while carrying out an operation to locate and terminate an eyesore sleeper so near form oil refinery a unit of pro-government forces was suddenly shelled and then hit by airstrikes by the u.s. led coalition vis was overkill if the numbers are true i would see a demonstration of she have brute force perhaps you know to send perhaps the send
a message nevertheless the united states says that it's it's in syria and it will defend itself and it has the right to defend itself in this instance syrian democratic forces acted in self-defense with support from the coalition to defeat an unprovoked attack by syrian regime forces in eastern syria if the situation is like how they describe that they were indeed attacks while fighting isis is that they have the right to self defense well if you take them at face value you could think so but the people they just killed were also fighting isis and recently they had been making much better progress against isis then the united states led coalition or their partner forces the the s.d.f. the syrian government has of course called all of this an act of aggression unwarranted and unjust but just for your information all of this happened in there
is or near a rich oil field and refinery chronicle it's called it was liberated last year by the u.s. led coalition very quickly and in fact. u.s. partner forces seem to have a knack for liberating areas with oil under them much quicker than they do those areas that don't have oil under them since since all the oil rich areas were taken in there as ordered by the s.d.f. progress against isis seems to have dropped to a snail's pace but you know regardless. here america has said that it is in syria only to fight isis today isis has been all but defeated in syria but you don't see the pentagon packing its bags our military policy in syria has not changed our priority remains to defeat of isis whether it's in iraq or in syria that is our
intent to defeat isis and not do anything more than that the united states will maintain a military presence in syria focused on ensuring isis cannot reemerge total withdrawal of american personnel at this time would restore assad who continue his brutal treatment against his own people so as to put its ability to the lack of a fundamental commitment to our agreements that is typical of current u.s. diplomacy including the reasons why the americans stay in syria rex tillerson statement that the only goal in syria was the defeat of isis or with now they've got far more ambitious plans with more of the most with the mixed messages here is the pentagon staying general mattis said that the united states will stay in syria we'll fight in syria for as long as the united states wants to fight in syria i mean that's you know pretty direct now you see how this might sound strange go to syria i'm invited and while there you start killing syrians in syria in
self-defense. let's purser told us that with islamic state practically gone now from syria washington is targeting the country's government instead. they are not just in syria to fight. and they were all have been in syria for a long time because they want to through our side as the spate of feeds as it becomes clear that it is the syrian forces themselves and largely defeated diodes the priority of overthrowing assad begins to reassert itself in the pentagon and in the white so i think that's true the answer the question the overthrow of assad was always the probably got prominent reason why the americans were in syria the army in treating these groups intervening with air strikes in saudi they were diverted from that by know with the possibility of a defeat of diet inside syria that policy that reasserts itself this is coming at
the end of a long war the united states has taken is about twenty eight percent syrian territory and over fifty percent of its oil this is lead british in order to roll back iran and get rid of us on our side just like if he wants to do well for himself there was a race only a few months ago that would get those fields and he's broadening undoubtedly under the pretext that by the isis the united states didn't think it was so the united states is trying to lay down the law here and not let anybody throw and as we know it turks threatened and mend it could take on the americans over there so the united states i think it's very pages that well syria and turkey will begin to push america out try to push america out of northern syria but he likes. with just hours to go before the winter olympics starts in south korea dozens of russian athletes are still waiting to hear whether or not they will complete would
be seven of them appealed to the court of arbitration for sport to overturn the i.o.c. has banned over alleged doping violations among those who follow the pills are some of russia's most celebrated athletes including six times a limp dick gold medalist victor and such a games champion anton sheeple in. the reports from the olympic host city of punk chang. for almost two and a half hours the court of arbitration for sport was listening to the russian side which have now left led by their lawyer so these people won't get another chance to give their arguments to the court and now it is all to the cast members they promised to announce some sort of decision by noon korean time on friday of the two of them we came here to defend the can spam listen to our arguments and the decision will be reached within twenty four hours so things won't be decided to
with few hours before the opening ceremony which of course puts extra pressure on the russian athletes on wednesday the secretary general hinted that still their mind to be at delay now here we are looking at three scenarios either cas decides to do nothing about the international olympic committee's move not to invite the russian athletes who have never been caught for cheating and without specifying the particular reasons for doing that or the court of arbitration for sport chooses to give the green light to the russians and in that case that would be a massive blow for the audio scene and that would in turn mean that the international olympic committee discriminated against the russians the third scenario we heard about from an online leak that cannot be confirmed but reports are suggesting that there could be a split decision on the russian athletes i'm standing by here at the temporary home
of the court of arbitration for sport and i'll give you any news as soon as it comes out. showing their support for russia not least spools funds projected to light this was on to a building that stands opposite the world anti-doping agency headquarters in canada and it said the only doping among russian olympic team is the support and love of russian people the russians are coming. but athletes who spotted space in the games isn't in question there now in broader controversy as well after a documentary published a list of drugs that norway's team doctor brought to pyong chang a remarkable amount of ass medication was noted six thousand doses in turning banned substances that's ten times more asthma drugs than for example neighboring finland took to south korea. the quantity of us medicine obviously has raised a lot of concern and most of these drugs contain substances that are banned by wada
the doping watchdog argues they can enhance an athlete's performance by expanding lung capacity the norwegian anti doping agencies also admitting that the country has a problem with the over use of asthma medication it is common practice in norway to occasionally use asthma medicine in major elements in the respiratory system even with a diagnosis vastly is not specific. on the latest revelation comes after the release of a documentary that alleges the existence of an organized doping system no way ski federation we spoke to one of the journalist behind. the reagan ski federation is very angry about this and they don't want to talk about this problem and that's very sad in the region it's more. than a ski federation doping program we can see that forty one percent of the middle east have a normal blood.
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