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We will go and tell the IGAD (Intergovernmental Authority on Development) to either empower the CTSAMM (Ceasefire Transitional Security Arrangement Monitoring Mechanism) or work properly or to use the RPF (Regional Protection Force) which is doing nothing in the country," said Lomuro.
The act of doing nothing can get quite complicated because the act of doing nothing can be simple or it can be more complicated and elaborate.
Police stations and other administrations do not have hostels' record and are doing nothing despite security threats.
The government seems to be moving but in reality it is doing nothing," senior Congress leader Kamal Nath told reporters here.
But the thing about maternity leave, at least during the pre-baby bit, is that I'm not very good at doing nothing.
Or maybe what I write makes you feel guilty, over doing nothing .
Doing nothing proves very difficult, and Pong goes back to doing things, but it's no fun without Ping.
Doing nothing for a little while each day is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself.
The Art Of Doing Nothing Mark Owen TAKE That's cheeky chappy returns with his fourth solo album - an album he crafted at the bottom of his garden while on a year-long hiatus from the boyband.
Take some time out to do things that Libras like to do, such as sleeping in late, eating chocolate and having a good time doing nothing much at all.
Cllr Steve Foulkes (Labour) has said in the Daily Post that "doing nothing was never an option" and I have to disagree with this - doing nothing may not be an option now, but the council has got into this mess by having done nothing for many years, and its chickens are now coming home to roost.
A QUARTER of all ministers sit around doing nothing, an ex-Downing Street chief said yesterday.