On Wednesday, another drive-thru milk giveaway will be held at the Gilbertsville-Mt. Upton school from 1 to 6 p.m. The distribution will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. and again from 4 to 6 p.m. People are asked to stay in their cars for social distancing purposes. The giveaways will be held on a first come first served basis. (WBNG) — The Otselic Valley School in Chenango County will hold drive-thru milk distribution Tuesday.
“The academic script of the revision lacks fundamental reasons. That is apparent from the errors in the research methodology, which is not supported by accurate data,” the plaintiff wrote in the petition.He further challenged Article 15 of the revised law that increases the minimum age for justices to 55 years, arguing that the court’s own ruling made under Constitutional Court No. 7/2013 stipulated a minimum age of 47 years for justices in the nine-head panel.This provision is also deemed to close the opportunity for those who are not yet 55 years old to become judges.Read also: Explainer: The problem with the ‘cosmetic’ Constitutional Court Law revision A university lecturer has challenged the revised Constitutional Court Law that increases the maximum term and minimum age for the court’s justices, arguing that the provisions as well as the deliberation process of the law violate the 1945 Constitution.The plaintiff, Allan Fatchan Gani, a lecturer at Indonesia Islamic University’s (UII) Law School, filed the judicial review petition at the court on Tuesday, challenging both the legislation process and the revised content of the law.In his petition, Allan argued that the deliberation for the revision violated lawmaking procedures stipulated in Article 22A of the1945 Constitution because of a lack of transparency and little public participation. Allan demanded that the court repeal the provisions that increase the judicial term to 15 years and allow justices to serve in office until the age of 70, noting that a longer judicial term opened the potential of abuse of power.Based on the previous version of the law, justices could only serve for five years, after which they could be reelected for a second five-year term.”The removal of this provision has eliminated the monitoring and evaluation function for the justices, because we no longer have fit and proper test procedures when they are to be reelected for a second term,” the plaintiff said.The House of Representatives passed the revision to the 2003 Constitutional Court law on Sept. 1, following only eight days of deliberation that started on Aug. 24, making the revision one of the fastest ever in the House’s history.Legal experts have criticized the revision, particularly questioning the absence of urgency for amending the law as well as the lack of transparency and public involvement in the process.Some civil rights groups have also raised fears that the revision would undermine the court’s impartiality and that it was a “political swap” to influence the court’s future decisions on petitions challenging numerous controversial bills and laws, including the contentious Job Creation Law.The Constitutional Court in 2017 rejected a petition for judicial review of the Constitutional Court Law to challenge a plan to introduce a lifetime tenure for the court’s justices, citing the lack of a legal basis.Topics :
Press Association Eddie Howe has revealed that Bournemouth’s Harry Arter is nearing a return to the first team. “There are no guarantees until (Arter) is back playing, but we are hopeful that he is now through the worst of his problems and is on the road to recovery,” Howe said. “But it will take him a while. Those were his first steps and that is why we included him in our 25-man squad because we believe he can be fit. “He hasn’t really done anything up to this point so, when you consider a lot of our players has a six-week pre-season, Harry is now starting afresh. “I would like to think he will be fit enough to play within a month, but I don’t want to put too much more pressure on him that that. “He is such a big player for us.” The midfielder, so crucial to Bournemouth winning the 2015 Championship title that he was named the fans’ Player of the Year, is yet to play this season after suffering injuries to his hip and groin. His condition also meant he missed out on pre-season, but Howe has named him in his 25-man Premier League squad and is optimistic about his return now that he is again training.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. – In the distance where Lake Huron connects to the waves crashing against the rocks on shore, the largest Great Lakes cruise ship made its way to the sunrise side on Monday.It carries 420 passengers, 170 employees, all 15–thousand tons anchored in the water with many locals waiting to catch sight of the MS Hamburg Cruise Ship.“Tourism is a big thing here, and this will even make it bigger if we get more of these cruise ships coming in,” said Alpena resident Richard Lefevere.It’s been a 12-day journey for hundreds of tourists waiting to touch land. Passengers were loaded on to orange boats called tenders. Ship crews boated groups of 50 through the Thunder Bay River to the edge of the loading dock near the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary.Peter Wagner was one those passengers on the ship, assisting a number of German travelers to tour parts of Northeast Michigan for a day.“It’s a fantastic experience for us Germans to see the wonderful cities here.” he said, “to meet very nice and friendly people and have such a lot fun here.”The Hamburg is the only ship from Germany allowed to cross the Great Lakes because it’s small enough to cruise through small towns like Alpena.“I don’t remember all the places we’ve been,” said Horst Halden, “but we really enjoy where we have been.” Halden traveled with his wife. His family is no stranger to the States. A nephew lives another major city.The tourists flew to Chicago to start their journey and will dock in Montreal at the end of 21 days.“When people are traveling they want to purchase souvenirs,” said Anne Gentry, “They want to buy things from the place that they stopped.”Gentry is the executive director of Alpena’s Downtown Development Authority. She volunteered with the Maritime Heritage Center, and the Convention and Visitors Bureau to greet travelers and pass out maps.The town has worked for quite some time to orchestrate this day to fruition. Gentry said, “I think it shows that we are a viable tourist destination.”By the time the sun sets, Alpena’s new friends will be on their way. Until next time. The luxury cruise line will return later this month.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Bergman, Morgan ready to face the issues at public forumNext Wildcat college fair tonight at Alpena High