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For other seeds, the range was from 0 to 100 percent of farmers; for 25 percent of the communes, at least 80 percent of farmers purchase other seeds (75th percentile).
Phnom Penh (Cambodia), June 4 (Xinhua-ANI): The ruling Cambodian People's Party (CPP) of Prime Minister Hun Sen won a landslide victory in the 3rd commune council elections on Sunday, according to preliminary results released by the National Election Commission (NEC) on Monday.
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.
More than 7 million Cambodians had registered to vote in the elections to choose new councils to administer the country's communes.
The leader abandons his flock of origin to spread the new word (Hibiscus flees his original commune for being too strict).
The statuti of Italian communes defined citizenship, but numerous consilia and processi testified to its conflicted character.
But following population growth and physical expansion, many peripheral communes have become involved in the urbanisation process, attracting edge-of-town superstores, industrial estates, and the huge banks of high-rise apartment blocks that were built to resolve the housing crisis of the 1950s and 1960s.
These communes have featured a wide range of purpose and organization.
It is to this pastoral commune in southern Rwanda that the new government points when it talks about peace.
Ont ete couronnes par le trophee Responsabilite sociale et environnementale de l'entreprise, [beaucoup moins que]Lydec et communes urbaines de Casablanca, Mohammedia et Ain Harrouda[beaucoup plus grand que], Ciments Maroc et la commune urbaine de Safi[beaucoup plus grand que] et l'Agence nationale des ports (ANP), la commune urbaine d'Essaouira et l'Association Achouala pour l'education et la culture, section Essaouira[beaucoup plus grand que].
In Globalization of Communes, 1950-2010, Yaacov Oved argues that communes proliferated at a rapid pace following the Second World War, both retaining features of their nineteenth-century communal forebears and adjusting to the modern societies in which they operated.