Explain the government of the Masai today and their policies?
the government is very strict on theire population of over alliance. the way they think that it is allowed in every state to kill and to not be punished is not allowed. they need usa help but will not let it in.
The Masai are a primitive East African nomadic people. They live in huts called kraals made of sticks sealed together with cow dung. The Masai herded cattle the Great Rift Valley of East Africa before the European invaders took over their land in the mid-nineteenth century. Today about 250,000 Masai live in Kenya and Tanzania.
Research the governmental policies of the colonies that helped shape our Constitutional Republic today. Look for examples of policies that were established during the colonial period which are still in use today, such as the different branches of the government and the system of checks and balances. (A good reference is The Federalist Papers, No. 1, 2, 30, 45, 47, 69, 80.)
there are many such policies- 1.the forest management act which divide forests as reserved, protected and unclassed is still today. 2.The governmental setup and power sharing between three sectors of govt. legislature ,judiciary and executive are based on same idea only. 3.The municipal corporations still have similar powers.
What are some examples of policies that were established during the colonial period which are still in use today?
How large a role do you think public opinion plays in shaping governmental policies in the US today?
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Helps us pay for development of our city. The Government does nothing for the Citizens. It is the Country Constitution and the Law that compels the Government to carve out various policies for the welfare of the Citizens. Government owes its existance under the Constitutional set up. There are important provisions that attaches the responsibilities of the State to enact the law and the policies on different subjects and whenever the contigencies may so require…