mardi 10 décembre 2013

Statement by US.Africa President with all Member of High Authority Presidential of US.Africa's on the Passing of President Nelson Mandela

Statement  on the Death of Nelson Mandela
White - House Washington DC , US.AFRICA PRESIDENT
Friday , December 06 2013 .
US.Africa President messages of Condolence
On be half we US.Africa's People and Country , the United States of Africa's President , all Member of High Authority Presidential of the United States of Africa with  the Federal Government of United States of Africa's , all President State with all Government in all State of territoiries of United States of Africa's Country , we are writing this US.Africa's President messages condolence for give strong with all moments of effort for all Family of former President State Mr. Nelson Mandela  and for South Africa State and people and for every all US.Africa citizen people and all others World people and World Nation in around of world.

Statement by the President on the Death of Nelson Mandela
James S. Brady Press Briefing Room 5:25 P.M. EST
"For we can continued the Mr. Nelson Mandela former President State of South Africa State mission with he all moments of desire for  against apartheid with violance not respecting the right of man for defending the true liberty with democracy transparency ,
protecting the human right , we are must confirmed our strong united on all moments of forces inter expert high politicals and forces inter expert high diplomacy with all moments of inter potential security defense and strong of high growth economic, Because we are the World America's People and we are the world United States country".
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Statement  on the Death of Nelson Mandela
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon ,High Authority Presidential of United States of Africa , UN Headquarters, 05 December 2013

Nelson Mandela was a singular figure on the global stage -- a man of quiet dignity and towering achievement, a giant for justice and a down-to-earth human inspiration.
I am profoundly saddened by his passing. On behalf of the United Nations, I extend my deepest condolences to the people of South Africa and especially to Nelson Mandela’s family and loved ones.
Many around the world were greatly influenced by his selfless struggle for human dignity, equality and freedom. He touched our lives in deeply personal ways. At the same time, no one did more in our time to advance the values and aspirations of the United Nations.
Nelson Mandela devoted his life to the service of his people and humanity, and he did so at great personal sacrifice. His principled stance and the moral force that underpinned it were decisive in dismantling the system of apartheid.
Remarkably, he emerged from 27 years of detention without rancor, determined to build a new South Africa based on dialogue and understanding. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission established under his leadership remains a model for achieving justice in societies confronting a legacy of human rights abuses.
In the decades-long fight against apartheid, the United Nations stood side-by-side with Nelson Mandela and all those in South Africa who faced unrelenting racism and discrimination. His 1994 address to the General Assembly as the first democratically elected President of a free South Africa was a defining moment. The Assembly has declared 18 July, his birthday, “Nelson Mandela International Day”, an annual observance on which we recognize and seek to build on his contributions to promoting a culture of peace and freedom around the world.
I was privileged to meet Nelson Mandela in 2009. When I thanked him for his life’s work, he insisted the credit belonged to others. I was very moved by his selflessness and deep sense of shared purpose.
Nelson Mandela showed what is possible for our world and within each one of us -- if we believe, dream and work together.
Let us continue each day to be inspired by his lifelong example and his call to never cease working for a better and more just world.

Statement by President George W. Bush,High Authority Presidential of United States of Africa on the Passing of President Nelson Mandela
Thursday, December 5, 2013
Dallas, TX
(December 05, 2013) --
“Laura and I join the people of South Africa and the world in celebrating the life of Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela.  President Mandela was one of the great forces for freedom and equality of our time.  He bore his burdens with dignity and grace, and our world is better off because of his example.  This good man will be missed, but his contributions will live on forever.  Laura and I send our heartfelt sympathy to President Mandela’s family and to the citizens of the nation he loved.”

Statement by President Clinton
,High Authority Presidential of United States of Africa on the Passing of Nelson Mandela
Today the world has lost one of its most important leaders and one of its finest human beings.  And Hillary, Chelsea and I have lost a true friend.
History will remember Nelson Mandela as a champion for human dignity and freedom, for peace and reconciliation. We will remember him as a man of uncommon grace and compassion, for whom abandoning bitterness and embracing adversaries was not just a political strategy but a way of life. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Graça and his family and to the people of South Africa. All of us are living in a better world because of the life that Madiba lived.  He proved that there is freedom in forgiving, that a big heart is better than a closed mind, and that life’s real victories must be shared.

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Abdelaziz Bouleflika (President State since 27 April 1999)
•    Ahmed Ouyahia (PM) 23 June 2008 -
•    Abdelaziz Belkhadem PM 24/05/2006 - 23/06/2008
Jose E. DOS SANTOS President State since 10 Sept; 1979
•    Antonio Paulo KASSOMA PM since 30 Sept; 2008
•    Fanando da Piedade Dias dos Santos(PM 2002/12/06 - 2008/09/30)

Yayi Boni. (President State and head of government) BOTSWANA
•    Seretse Khama Ian Khama (President State  since 1st April 2008)
•    Mompati MERAFHE (V.P.)
•    Festus G. Mogae (1 April 1998 to 1 April 2008)

Blaise Compaore (President State ),
Paramanga Ernest Yonli (Prime Minister)

Pierre Nkurunziza (President State )


Paul Biya (President State),
Ephraim Inoni (Prime Minister)

Pedro Verona PIRES(President  State )
Jose Maria Periera NEVES(Prime Minister)

Francois BOZIZE (President State)
Elie DOTE (Prime Minister)

Lt Gen. Idriss DEBY (President State)
Pascal YOADIMNADJI (Prime Minister)

 Ahmed Abdallah SAMBI (President State)

of Denis SASSOU-NGUESSO (President State)

D.R. of Joseph Kabila (President State)
Antoine Gizenga(Prime Minister and Head of government)

Alassane Outtara President State  from 4 Dec. 2010
•    Guillaume Soro 4/4/2007, 11/4/2011 - Prime Minister(resigned from Gbagbo and immediately re-appointed by Outtara 11/4/2011)
•    Laurent Gbagbo - President 26/10/2000 - 11/4/2011
•    Gilbert Aké - Prime Minister 6/12/2010 - 11/4/2011
•    Charles Konan Banny - Prime Minister 7/12/2005 - 4/4/2007
•    Seydou Diarra - Prime Minister 10/2/2003 - 7/12/2005
•    Pascal Affi N᾿Guessan - Prime Minister 27/10/2000 - 25/1/2003
•    Robert Guéi - President 24/12/1999 - 26/10/2000
•    Seydou Diarra - Prime Minister 18/5/2000 - 27/10/2000
•    Henry Konan Bédié - President 7/12/1993 - 24/12/1999
•    Daniel Kablan Duncan - Prime Minister 11/12/1993 - 24/12/1999
•    Félix Houphouet-Boigny - President 3/11/1960 - 7/12/1993
•    Alassane Outtara - Prime Minister 7/12/1990 - 11/12/1993
4 December 2010 to 11 April 2011 was a period of double Presidency as a result of election dispute. Gbagbo refused to accept defeat in the Nov. election and is officially sworn-in. Outtara swears-in himself and is recognised by the UN and the international community. On 11 April 2011, Outtara forces backed by the UN and French forces in a gun battle arrested Gbagbo ending the season of double presidency. Outtara was officially sworn-in 6 May 2011.

Ismail Omar GUELLEH(President State),
Mohamed Dileita DILEITA(Prime Minister)

Mohamed Morsy   ( President State )
Kamal ElGanzoury  ( Prime Minister )
Mohamed Hussein Tantawi Acting President State from 11 February 2011 -
(Chairman, Supreme Council of the Armed Forces and defacto leader following President State Mubarak’s resignation)
•    Kamal Ganzouri (PM 7 December 2011 - )
•    Omar Suleiman (V.P.31/01/2011 to 11/02/2011)
•    Hosni Mubarak 14/10/1981 - 11/2/2011
(resigned in response to mass protest by the people of Egypt)
•    Sufi Abu Taleb - President(Acting) 06/10/1981 to 14/10/1981
•    Anwar El Saddat - President(assassinated) 15/10/1970 - 06/10/1981
•    Gamal Abdel Nasser Hussein - President 23/06/1956 to 28/09/1970
•    Muhammad Naguib President 18/06/1953 to 14/11/1954
•    Essam Sharaf PM 07/03/2011 - 07/12/2011
•    Ahmed Shafiq - PM 31/1/2011 to 7/3/2011
•    Ahmed Nazif - PM 14/7/2004 to 31/1/2011


Brig. Gen.(rtd) Teodoro OBIANG NGUEMA MBASOGO (President State ),
Ricardo Mangue Obama NFUBEA (Prime Minister)

Girma Wolde-Giorgis(President State)
Meles Zenawi(Prime minister)


Ali Bongo Ondimba – President State from 16 October 2009
•    Paul Biyonghé MBA - Prime Minister from 15 July 2009
•    Rose Francine Rogombe
(Interim President 8 Jun; 2009 to 16 October 2009 on the death of El Hadj Omar Bongo)
•    El Hadj Omar BONGO Ondimba
(President: 2 Dec. 1967 to 8 Jun; 2009)
•    Jean Eyeghe NDONG(Prime Minister)
•    Léon M’BA - (President 17/08/1960 - 28/11/1967)

Yahya A.J.J. JAMMEH (President State and Head of government)


John Evans Atta-Mills (President State  and Head of government, from 7 Jan. 2009)
John Agyekum Kufuor (7/01/2001 to 7/01/2009) GUINEA
•    Alpha Condé – President State  21 Dec. 2010 -
•    Mohamed Said Fofana 24 Dec. 2010 - (PM)
•    Sékouba Konaté - Acting President 3/12/2009 - 21/12/2010
•    Capt. Moussa Camara - President 24/12/2008 - 3/12/2009
(Hospitalized due to injury sustained from an assassination attempt in December 2009.)
•    Jean Marie Doré - P.M. 26/1/2010 - 21/12/2010
•    Aboubacar Samporé - President 22/12/2008 - 24/12/2008
•    Kabiné Komara (P.M. 30/12/2008 - 21/1/2010
•    Lansana CONTE - President 3/4/1984 - 22/12/2008
•    Ahmed Tidiane SOUARE - P.M May to Dec. 2008
•    Lansana Kouyate - P.M. from 2007 to 2008
•    Louis Lansana Beavogui - President 26/3/1984 - 3/4/1984
•    Ahmed Sékou Touré - President 2/10/1958 - 26/3/1984


Malam Bacai Sanha (President State from 8 Sept. 2009)
•    Carlos Gomes (Prime Minister from 2 Jan. 2009 --)
•    Raimundo Pereira (Interim President 3 March 2009 - 8 Sept. 2009)
•    Joao Bernardo 'Nino' VIERA (President 1980-1999, 2005 - 2009 killed by soldiers on 2 March 2009 in retaliation to a bomb blast that killed the country's military chief, Gen. Batista Tagme Na Waie)
•    Aristides GOMES (Prime Minister 2005 - 2007)


Mwai Kibaki (President State  and Head of government)
Raila Odinga (Prime Minister in a power sharing government following violence in an election which many believes he won) LESOTHO King Letsie 111, (King)
Pakalitha Mosisili(Prime Minister) LIBERIA Ellen Sirleaf Johnson (President and Head of government)


Mustafa Abdul-Jalil - from 5 March 2011. (Chairman Transitional National Council TNC, serves as head of state)
•    Abdurrahim el-Keib acting PM from 31 October 2011
•    Ali Tarhouni - acting PM 23/10/2011 - 31/10/2011
•    Mahmoud Jibril acting PM 05/03/2011 - 23/10/2011
•    Col. Mu'ammar al-Qaddafi - President (01/09/1969 - 20/10/2011)
•    King Idris - King (1951 - 01/09/1969
•    al-Baghdadi Ali al-Mahmudi - PM 05/03/2006 - 2011)


•    Andry Rajoelina (Named President trasition  by the military on Tuesday March 17th; 2009 after forcing Marc Ravalomanana to resign)
      Jean Omer Beriziky - Acting PM Trasition
o    Col. Vital Albert Camille -Acting  PM Trasition since 20 December 2009
o    Monja Roindefo - Acting P.M. Trasition 17/3/2009 - 10/10/2009
•    Marc Ravalomanana (President: 6/5/2002 - 17/3/2009)
      Cecile Manorohanta P.M.
o    Eugene Mangalaza P.M.
o    Jarques Sylla (P.M. Feb. 2002 - Jan. 2007)
•    Didier Ratsiraka - President: 9/2/1997 - 5/7/2002 (rebellion)
•    Nobert Ratsirahonana - President: 5/9/1996 - 9/2/1997 (interim)
•    Albert Zafy - President: 27/3/1993 - 5/9/1996 (resigned)
•    Didier Ratsiraka - President: 15/6/1975 - 12/9/1992, - 27/3/1993
•    Gilles Andriamahazo - President: 12/2/1975 - 15/6/1975
•    Richard Ratsimandrava - President: 5/2/1975 - 11/2/1975 (assassinated)
•    Gabriel Ramanantsoa - President: 11/10/1972 - 5/2/1975 (resigned)
•    Philibert Tsiranana - President: 26/6/1960 - 11/10/72, 1/5/1959 - 26/6/1960 (resigned)


Bingu wa MUTHARIKA (President State)


Amadou Toumani Toure (President State since 08/07/2002)
•    Alpha Oumar Konaré (08/06/1992 - 08/06/2002)
•    Moussa Traoré (19/11/1968 - 26/03/1991)
•    Modiba Kéita (20/07/1960 - 19/11/1968)
•    Modibo Sidibe (Prime Minister from 28/09/2007)
•    Ousmane Issoufi Maiga(P.M.)


Gen. Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz - President  State - from 5 August 2009
•    Ba Mamadou Mbaré - Acting President since 16/4/2009 - 5/8/2009
•    General Mohammed Ould Abdel Aziz President 6/8/2008 - 15/4/2009. seized power following his military dismissal)
•    Sidi Mohamed Ould Cheikh 19/4/2007 - 6/8/2008
•    Ely Ould Mohamed Vall 3/8/2005 - 19/4/2007
•    Maaouya Ould Taya 12/12/1984 - 3/8/2005
•    Mohamed Khouna Ould Haidalla 4/1/1980 - 12/12/1984
•    Mohamed Ould Louly 3/6/1979 - 4/1/1980
•    Mustafa Ould Salek 10/7/1978 - 3/6/1979
•    Moktar Ould Daddah Independence - 10/7/1978
•    Moulaya Ould Mohamed Laghdaf - Prime Minister since 14/8/2008
•    Sidi ould Cheikh Abdalahi (Ex-President April 19th 2007 to August 6, 2008)
•    Yahya Uld Ahmed El Waghef(Ex-Prime Minister, May 6 to August 6; 2008)
•    Zeine Ould Zeidane (Ex-Prime Minister April 20; 2007 to May 6; 2008)
•    Col.Ely Ould Mohamed VALL(Ex-President: Aug. 3rd 2005 - Apr. 19; 2007)
•    Sidi Mohamed Ould BOUBAKAR(Ex-Prime Minister).


Sir Anerood JUGNAUTH (President State )
Navinchandra RAMGOOLAM (Prime Minister)


King MOHAMED VI (king and head of state),
Driss JETTOU (Prime Minister)

Armando GUEBUZA (President),
Luisa DIOGO (Prime Minister)

Hifikepunye POHAMBA (President),
Nahas ANGULA (Prime Minister)


Salou Djibo - Head Military Junta (from 18 February 2010)
•    Mamadou TANDJA (22/12/1999 - 18/02/2010) President, deposed in a military coup 18/02/2010
•    Prime Ministers
o    Ali Badjo Gamatié (02/10/2009 - 18/02/2010)
o    Albabé Abouba (23/9/2009 - 02/10/2009)
o    Seyni Oumarou (07/06/2007 - 23/09/2009)
o    Hama AMADOU (1995-1996, 2000 - 2007)


Dr Goodluck Jonathan President  State  from 6 May 2010 - date
(Acting President 9/2/2010 - 6/5/2010, V.P. 29/05/2007 - 09/02/2010
•    Namadi Sambo (V.P. from 19 May 2010 - date)
•    Alhaji Umaru Musa Yar'Adua
(President 29/05/2007 - 05/05/2010 Died in office due to sickness paving way for the Jonathan presidency)
•    Chief Olusegun Obasanjo (President May 1999 - May 2007)
•    Alhaji Abubakar Atiku (V.P. May 1999 - May 2007)


Paul KAGAME (President State ),
Bernard MAKUZA (Prime Minister)

Fradique DE MENEZES (President State ),
Tome Vera CRUZ (Prime Minister)

Macky Sall ( President States elect in  March , 25, 2012 )
Abdoul Mbaye ( Prime Minister)
Abdoulaiye Wade (President  State  and Head of government)


James Michel. (President State and Head of government)

Ernest Bai Koroma(President  State and Head of Government since Sept. 17th, 2007 after a tense run-off election) Ahmad Tejan KABBAH (Out-going President)


Adan Mohamed Nuur Madobe (Interim President State . He assumed the position of President being the Speaker of Parliament at the time of the resignation of former President Abdullahi YUSUF Ahmed)
Abdullahi YUSUF Ahmed(Ex-President, resigned 2008 Dec 29. He has been the head of a transitional government since 2004),
Nur Hassan Hussein (Prime Minister; 2007 Nov. to date)
Ali Mohamed GEDI(Prime Minister 2004 Nov. 3rd to 2007 Oct. 29).

Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma President State  from May 9th, 2009
Kgalema Motlanthe (President; Sept 25th, 2008 to May 9th 2009)
He replaced Thabo Mbeki who was forced to resign following power tussles with his party, ANC chairman Jacob Zuma.)
Mr Tabo Mbeki (President: 1999 - 2008)
Nelson Mandela (President: 1994 - 1999) The first elected president in a fully democratic South Africa.


Field Marshal Umar Hassan al-Bashir SWAZILAND King MSATI III (King and head of state),
Absolom Themba DLAMINI (Prime Minister).

Salva Kiir Mayardit ( President  State )

Jakaya Kikwete (President State  and Head of state)


Faure GNASSINGBE (President),
Yawovi AGBOYIBO (Prime Minister)


Moncef Marzouki – President State (acting)
from 13 December 2011 -
•    Hamadi Jebali(PM from 24 December 2011 to date
•    Fouad Mebazaa acting President - 15/01/2011 to 13/12/2011
•    Beji Caid el SEBI (PM 27/02/2011 to 24/12/2011
•    Mohamed GHANNOUCHI (PM 17/11/1999 to 27/2/2011)
acting President 14/1/2011 - 15/1/2011
•    Zine el Abidine BEN ALI (President 14/10/1997 to 14/1/2011) stepped down and fled the country following popular mass protest dubbed Jasmine Revolution after a 23-year-rule. The protests began in December 2010 after Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire after police confiscated his produce cart)
•    Hamed Karoui - PM 27/9/1989 to 17/11/1999
•    Habib Bourguiba - 1st President 25/7/1957 to 7/11/1987


Lt. Gen. Yoweri Kaguta MUSEVENI (President State and Head of government)


Michael Chilufya SATA – President State  from 23 sept 2011
•    Rupiah Banda 29/6/2008 - 23/9/2011
•    Levy Mwanawasa 2/1/2002 - 19/8/2008 (Died in office)
•    Fredrick Chiluba 2/11/1991 - 2/1/2002
•    Kenneth Kaunda 24/10/1964 - 2/11/1991
o    Guy SCOTT - Vice President: 23/9/2011 -
o    George Kunda 2/11/2008 - 23/9/2011
o    Rupiah banda 9/10/2006 - 2/11/2008

Robert Gabriel MUGABE President State (since independent, 1980)
Morgan Tsvangirai; Prime Minister(since Feb. 11th 2009) in a power-sharing government


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Constitution of the United States of Africa

In February 07 , 2007 , President  the  United  States  of  America  Mr. George William Bush  in Law 2764  , is  launch Order Authorized  of  nominate Mr. Randriamampionona Solomon  2165949S  in  Confirm  Whitehouse .gov  , command  and inclined  the  all  US.Africom  Defense in Africa , and there  is declared  for  this new  command  will  strengthen  our security  cooperation with Africa , and help  to create  new  opportunities  to  bolster  the capabilities  of our partners in Africa , will  enhance  our efforts to help bring  peace  and security  to the people  of Africa  and promote  common  goals of development  , health , education , democracy , and economic growth  in Africa.
We must  United  the all  Africa  State  and  Nation  and  Organization and Association  with  all People on forces defense  and  strong  Economic  for  we can to stabilize our mission to  deliver  serious security  peace  and to settled development progress  in  Africa for all People Africa , and for  we can to rescue and  to  deliberate  the  Africa   with  People  to became have right and there  is  have above of standards  of living   with stabilize  of high  growth  Economic  equal  the all people and Country already liberty  in the World , in February  07 , 2007  Mr. Randriamampionona Solomon  command  with supported  the all  US-UN-UE-UK  international forces diplomacy , and political  is  Declared  for the United States of Africa is to Build.
Article I:
Section 1: The  United States Presidential with Federal Government of  Africa   is United  with  United States Presidential  , and Federal Government of America   on  the all symbols , flag  , and gestation  of base  good  governance , transparency  , and Order , Decisiveness  Authorizations  for  the  Pontetial Forces security defense  and  Strong of high growth economic and trusting of judge Justice .
Section 2: The United States and Government Federal of Africa is having:
1-    President the United States
2-    Member of the high Authority Presidential, with the Federal Governments
3-    Member President State, with the Government

Article II:
The  constitution  of  United States of Africa  is  United  with the Institution of  base Constitution of the United States , and  the all member  State of  Africa  is must  accepted  and respected this United  States Constitution with the  Institution of  base Constitution private  of the each 54 state of Africa.

Article III:
Section 1: the United States, and all states of Africa is  must to send participle , and must take the responsibility on all moments need for to confirm the United for the all United States Country and all United Yank’s People World and there is must supported for continue the all desire need for to change the World United States country and people with all other People and Nation and Organization and Association have US. Partners and US. cooperation in the World , to became we are and there is have  United high Potential Force security international Defense , and United Strong of high growth international economic progress  and the trusting international judge of justice with Force International Political , forces international Diplomacy can  accepting , must  respecting , must execution  ,and number one place on  above honors and nobility  in the World  use for  protect the World security peace , democracy , right of man , liberty , and of can stabilize the world crisis system institution of  financements  , and world problem system mechanism  growth economic  and of can control and itself the all other World problem program development progress and  Program Nuclear to became not stabilize the world system climate environment for warranty the Defending for the World Nation and insurance the Securing for the Future World Generation People,

Section 2: This all Order Authorized, and Declaration Authorized, decisiveness Authorized is accepted to form the constitution for the United States of Africa.  


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Introduction :

The poverty is an object of symbolic for the World People and Nation have Apartheid and have Slavery, and there is to create, and to building of otheres Strong Nation and Communities and organization international use for there is  can to itself the gestations of system mechanism economic of the all World under development Nation and People.

Also we and the World People and Nation and Organization are must to confirm our United on Strong of high growth economic, and Potential Forces Defense , and Expert high Political , and Expert high  Diplomacy  use of  we can for fight against the Poverty,  the Apartheid , the Slavery, and for to deliberate the World Nation and People. 
Because the world system mechanism of economic  is same  of  the  mechanism of big Factory , Also there  is must need and must  have energy with raw  materials  use of  there is can for to motive  this mechanism  for to execution the transformation of  manufacture the Production , and this energy with raw materials of the world system mechanism  economic is the money with  commitments of  development high precision.
Also, for we can stabilize the system world economic, we need have the stability system finance with above value money and project of system plan development high precision.
And every time's we need have high performance with strong of man power use of we can for execution this World Program project Fight Against the Poverty. 
1- World dollars and currency 
We need to manufacture world US. dollars money  have  superior Quality  to take  a new graphic of symbols and  letters  to confirm  of  stabilize the US . Dollars and the World crisis economic and finance, and the Strong United for US. World Nation and Yank's People. 
2- World Center's Bank of United States 
We need  to building  a  new Center's  Bank of United  State  World  in United states of America have  integrity security - high gestation  - Good governance  - strict transparency. 
3- Bank of State 
we need to building a new  Bank  of  State in the World use for against  the problem exchange and crisis of currency and for  we can to published this World dollars Money and  the United States and for can to account the world . 
4- Institution Finance 
we need to open cooperated and collaborated and  participated on  Dullards of Funds supported and Funds subdivide for the  world Nation Finance private and Finance international use for to supported the Euro Money , and all otheres World US-UN-UE-UK Money for there is and we are can to building a new  serious stabilize of World future institution finance and investisments. 
For confirm stabilize the H.R.434  in the one hundred sixth congress of the United states of America at second session begun an held  at the city of washington on monday, the twety fourth day of january , two thousand , an act  to authorize a new trade and investment policy for United States of Africa , expand trade  benefits to the country  US.Africa , renew the generalized system of preference , and reauthorize the trade adjustment assistance programins ,be it the enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the United States of America in congress anssembled.
Section 1.Short tittle , table of contents
a) Short tittle
- This act may be cited as the " trade and Development act of 2000 "
b) Table of contents
-The table of content for this act is as follows: 
-Tittel .I - Extension of certain trade benefits to United States of  Africa
Subtitle A-Trade Policy for United States of Africa
Sec. 102. Findings
Sec. 103. Statement of Policy
Sec. 104. Eligible requirement 
Sec. 104. United States - United States of Africa trade and Economic cooperation forum.
Sec. 106. Reporting requirement
Sec. United States of Africa Defined 
Subtitle B - Trade Benefits 
Sec. 111.  Eligible for certain benefits
Sec. 112.  Treatment of certain textiles and apparel
Sec. 113. Protections against transshipment
Sec. 114. Termination
Sec. 115. Clerical amendments
Sec. 116. Free trade agreement with United States of Africa Country
Sec. 117. Assistant United States Trade represantative for United States of Africa. 
Subtitle C - Economic Develoment related Issue
Sec. 121. Sense of the congress regarding comprehensive debt relief for the world's poorest countries.
Sec. 122. Executive branch initiatives
Sec. 123. Overseas  private Investiement Corporation initiatives
Sec. 124. Export -Import Bank initiatives
Sec. 125. Expasion of the United State private foreing commercial services in United States of Africa.
Sec. 126. Donation of air traffic  control  equipment to eligible United States of Africa country.
Sec. 127. additional authority and increased flexibility to provide assistance under the development funds for United States of Africa.
Sec. 128. Assistance from United States private sector to prevent and reduce HIV/AIDS in United States of Africa.
Sec. 129. Sense of the Congress relating to HIV/AIDS crisis  in United States of Africa
Sec. 130. Study on improving US.Africa agricultural pratices.
Sec. 131. sense of the congress regarding effort to combat desertification in United States of Africa and othere country. 
Title II- Trade benefits for United States of Africa 
Subtitle A-Trade policy for United States of  United States of Africa Country
Sec. 201. Short title.
Sec. 202. Finding and Policy.
Sec. 203. Definitons. 
Subtitle B-Trade benefits for United States of Africa Country
Sec. 211. Temporary provisions to provide additional trade benefits to certain beneficiary Country.
Sec. 212. Dutty free treatment for certain beverages made with United States of Africa rum.
Sec. 213. Meeting of trade ministers and USTR. 
Title III-Normal Trade relation 
Sec. 301. Normal trade relations for Albania
Sec. 302. Normal trade relations for Kyrgyzstan. 
Title IV- Other Trade Provisions
Sec. 401. Report on employment and trade adustment assistance
Sec. 402. Trade adjustment assistance
Sec. 403. Reliquidation of certain nuclear fuel assemblies
Sec. 404. Reports to the finance and ways and means committees
Sec. 405. Clarification of section 334 of the Uruguay round agreements Act.
Sec. 406. Chief agricultural negotiator
Sec. 407. Revision of relation list or other remedial action
Sec. 408. Reports on trade adjustment assistance for agricultural commodity producers
Sec. 409. Agricultural trade negotiating objectives and consultation with congress
Sec. 410. Entry procedures for foreing trade zone operation
Sec. 411. Goods made with forced or indentured child labor.
Sec. 412. Worst forms of child labor. 
Title V- Imports of certain wool articles. 
Sec. 501. Temporary duty reduction.
Sec. 502. Temporary duty suspensions.
Sec. 503. Separate tariff line treatment for wool yarn and men's or boys' suits and suit-type jacket and trousers of worsted wool fabric.
Sec. 504. Monitoring of market conditions and authority to modify tariff reductions.
Sec. 505. Refubd of duties paid on imports of certain wool articles.
Sec. 506. Wool researche, development , and promotion trust fund. 
Title VI- Revenie Provision 
Sec. 601. Application of denial of foreing tax credit regarding trade and investment with respect to certain foreign country.
Sec. 602. Acceleration of cover over payments to puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. 
Title 1  - Infrastructures with communication new technology system 
Subtitle A - International Center's Laboratories infrastructure progress of researched
Sec. 603.  Road - Rail Road - Ports - Airport – Bridge progress - 
Subtitle B  - City of State
Sec. 604. Apartment  confortable – Market confortable - 
Subtitle C -  International Center's Communication progress of  researched 
Sec. 605.   Radio - television -internet - telecommunication progress 
Title  2- Farmer's development with green revolution
Subtitle A -  State Farm and Agricultural
Sec. 606. Big State Farm - large space State Agricultural -
Subtitle  B - International Centers of Agris business
Sec. 607.  Technician - Formation - Gestation - 
Subtitle  C - International researched of Farmer's 
Sec. 608.  Fertilizer - Seed - Material of Farmer's - Energy - 
Title 3 - Cares reform of education and Young 
Subtitle A -  Schools confortable
Sec. 609.  Book room – leisure room – sport room – religion room – eating room – shower room – water drinkers - 
Subtitle  B - International University have high superior class academy, world standards graduate
Sec. 700. Magistrate Public - Administrative - Judicial
Sec. 701. Engineer Manager - Mange -Mageable - Technician
Sec. 702. Genuis Industrial Mechanic - Informatic - Electorinic - Electric 
Subtitle  C - International Centers of Education researched
Sec. 703.  Under marine - Spatial -  Ground  Biology , Geology 
Subtitle  D - International Centers of Jobs researched
Sec. 702. Jobs Transformation - Renew – Create -  exaction  
Title 4- Cares reform of Heath and fight Against VIH/SIDA 
Subtitle A-  International Center 's laboratories of researched
Sec. 703.  Vaccinate can  protect and Medicaments can for against the parasite and the disease transmissible Virus and Bacteria
Sec. 704.  International Centers of Hospital
Sec. 705.   International Centers of Pharmacies
Sec. 706.   Insurance of Health 
Title  5 - Environment and development progress 
Subtitle A -  International Center's Protect Environment of Researched
Sec. 707.  Energy Cleaning - Materials of Fireman and Stability Climate - Young woody and Fruit 
Subtitle B - International Center’s Forest business
Sec. 708.  Gestation -Formation -Technician - 
Title 6 - Security Peace and Defense Nation 
Subtitle A - International Center’s Industrial Defense of researched
Sec. 709.  Transport - Communication  - Armament -  Radar new technology
Sec. 800. International University of defense have high class superior academic with world graduate standards Engineering's
Sec. 801. Technician - Manager's - 
Subtitle B - International Center's Institute Peace of researched
Sec. 802.  Cooperation - Collaboration - Participation security Peace with Civilian and States and Defense 
Title 7- Energy and Transports 
Subtitle A -  International Center's Energy Cleaning of researched
Sec. 803. Reduction tarif : Electric- Fuel - Gas
Sec. 804. Spring Energy cleaning   :  Solar - Air - Fuel - Nuclear - Gas -Water - 
Subtitle B - International Center's transport of researched
Sec. 805. Air Traveling - Marin and Under Marin Traveling - Ground and Under Ground traveling - Rail traveling -
Sec. 806. Security - Quality - Insurance – precision -  
Title 8 - Trading and tax Regulation 
Subtitle A - International Center's Trading of researched
Sec. 807. Farm - Agriculture - Miners - Fuel - Uranium - Fishing
Sec. 808  Exports - Imports -
Sec. 809. Marketing -Transit - Security -Communication -Transport -Insurance 
Subtitle  B - International Center's Tax of researched
Sec. 809. Unit counter - Control - supervisor 
Title 9 - Foods and waters can drinkers
Subtitle A - International Center's Foods and Waters of researched
Sec. 900. Transformation - Extensions - Create -
Sec. 901. Quality - Quantity - Gestations - 
Begging  a longs years the World Bank and Funds Monetary international is already  and not stop  to give Funds Supported , Funds subside , Funds Credit for  all 54 State of Africa  , but there  is not developed and there is rest poor's  in every time's , because there is not have United and there is not respect the gestation of Funds and gestation of  project and there is have wrong  governance . 
Mr. President , and Mr. Secretary General with Mr./ Mrs. Director General and Mr./ Mrs. Direction General and all Member of the Staff of the World Bank and International Funds Monetary Group  Organization , with all otheres comminities international funds , to be we are already to build the United States of Africa with US.Africom Defense , the Only System and Unit road  we can and have right to up , and to stabilize  the standards of living and Strong of high growth economic and to ensure the security trade international , and to supported stabilize the gstation of mission to deliver serious seccurity peace and settled development progress for People and Country of the  United States of Africa , because we  have  high performance , Strong  man power  , raw materials  with superior Quality and above Quantity need  for execution this Program project fight against the poverty and for to approaches development rapid our People and Country.
Also , the United States of Africa  need the World Bank and  International Funds Monetary  communities  cooperation , Collaboration , Participation , transparency , good governance  with on all moment of Invetisment of Funds and Material  Credit , Funds and Material Supported , Funds and Material Subdivide  need for execution and suported stabilize the this  commitments and H.R.434 of the one undred sixth congress of the United States of America , for increased trade and investment flow have the greatest impact in an economic environment in wich trading partners eliminate barries to trade and capital flows and encourage the development of a vibrant private sector that offers individual United States Africa Citizen the freedom to expand their economic opportunities and provide for the US.Africa Families , and for encouraging the reciprocal reduction of trade and investment barries in United States of Africa will enhance the benefits of trade and investment for the state well as enhance commercial and political ties between the United States and United states of Africa  , and for the United States of Africa can to send participle supported the World  , and to take the place , and he big responsibility on the World trading , Finance , Economic , use for we can  to stabilize the system mechanism of world gestation trading , finance and Economic for Development , and for benefit , and for liberty the World Nation and the World People. 

Write by Mr.Randriamampionona Solomon President the United States of Africa, Antsirabe Madagascar United States of Africa in February 09, 2007

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