Apart from the functionaries which we have mentioned, the Commune
would have its own Council which would be elected in the same way as any Local Government Council, and with the same sort of composition - that is, so many elected members, and so many traditional members.
The district and provincial councils are elected by the commune
councils whose members are elected at the commune
and sangkat (4) levels.
With regard to type of chemical fertilizer, urea was the most common; its use was reported in all 45 communes
Agenda Item 6: Commune
discussion of Sister's wellbeing.
And while communes
may be less popular today than they were in the 1960s the story of Drop City is likely to interest anyone concerned with the far idealistic reaches of American life.
The CPP won 1,591 of 1,621 commune
chief positions up for grabs while the opposition Sam Rainsy Party won 28 commune
posts and the royalist FUNCINPEC party won 2, according to the results.
In response, the Parisian working class and National Guard rose in rebellion, calling for the commune
to govern the city.
In these terms, Shafer's book makes a solid contribution to the study of revolution and the vital place of the Commune
Twenty-five variables, relativized, respectively, per capita or commune
area, were considered (five in each group): economy, social and technical infrastructures, the protection of the natural environment, and demography.
Lordship, Reform, and the Development of Civil Society in Medieval Italy: The Bishopric of Orvieto, 1100-1250 is a scholarly analysis of a small Italian commune
during the High Middle Ages.
Louise Michel, a relatively unknown figure outside of her native France, was an activist, an anarchist, and a fighter against racism who is known principally for her role in the short-lived French Commune
in the spring of 1871.
Even the terminally ungifted could find a refuge in this city of 1,001 communal sanctuaries: the car repair communes
, the child care communes
, the food communes
, the Hungadunga commune
, the Kaliflower commune
--or, if you were flamboyantly talentless enough, the Cockettes commune
Seeing that he was unable to flee, the said Costantino yelled toward some peasants of Buia who were eating, "Oh my commune
, help me, now
Until about 50 years ago French towns were compact, their population mostly confined to a single commune
Similarly Charles Nordhoff, a journalist who made a survey of communes
in 1874, concludes that for "a commune
to exist harmoniously, it must be composed of persons who are of one mind upon some question that to them shall appear so important as to take the place of religion, if it is not essentially religious .