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Wangs comments ring both prideful and nationalistic. who met with Dayton Tuesday morning, said they would continue to discuss matters with Dayton even after filing the lawsuit in the hopes of finding a solution that doesn’t involve a court battleThe Legislature earlier this month voted to hire the Kelley Wolter and Scott law firm to represent it in the legal battlePresident Muhammadu Buhari is billed to hold bilateral talks with President Emmanuel Macron of France at the presidential villa Abuja today at 400pm NAN reports that the French leader would discuss issues bordering on security and terrorism with President Buhari Macron had on Monday in Nouakchott during the closing ceremony of the AU Summit met with the Nigerian leader He will after his engagement with Buhari visit the Afrika Shrine a nightclub in Lagos founded by Nigerian music legend Fela Anikulapo Kuti Buhari had on Monday night returned to Abuja after attending the 31st Ordinary Session of the African Union (AU) Assembly of Heads of State and Government in Nouakchott The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Malam Muhammed Bello Chief of Staff to the President Malam Abba Kyari and some government functionaries welcomed the President at the presidential wing of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja By Philip Pullella GENEVA (Reuters) – Pope Francis called on Christians on Thursday to "break down barriers of suspicion and fear" that have divided them since the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century and to work together to help the most needy Francis made a day trip to Geneva to mark the 70th anniversary of the World Council of Churches (WCC) a fellowship of 350 mostly national churches representing Protestant communities and some Orthodox Christians Its members represent about 500 million faithful compared with 13 billion for the Roman Catholic Church which is not a full member of the WCC "After centuries of conflict . charity allows us to come together as brothers and sisters" he said at the WCC headquarters in Geneva the city where reformer John Calvin lived in the 16th century Francis called on Christians of all denominations to find "the courage to change the course of history a history that had led us to mutual distrust and estrangement" But he said Christians "cannot be reduced to a non-governmental organisation" The structure of the WCC is similar to that of the United Nations with representatives from many independent national churches and some of its critics have said it has become overly bureaucratic Francis called for more teamwork among Christian denominations to spread Gospel values and cooperate more on issues such as fighting poverty and injustice and defending the environment "The credibility of the Gospel is put to the test by the way Christians respond to the cry of all those in every part of the world who suffer unjustly from the baleful spread of an exclusion that by generating poverty foments conflicts" Francis said "The more vulnerable are increasingly marginalized lacking their daily bread employment and a future while the rich are fewer and ever more wealthy Let us be challenged to compassion by the cry of those who suffer" he said In his address at the WCC headquarters the pope said Christians who are well off financially should show a united front towards those in need and not feel a privileged class "Even more troubling is the conviction on the part of some (Christians) who consider their own blessings clear signs of God’s predilection rather than a summons to responsible service of the human family and the protection of creation" he said The pope later said a Mass for about 40000 members of Geneva’s Catholic community gathered in an exhibition hall and urged his listeners to go against the tide and give up "all those things that fill our lives but empty our hearts" "Life has become so complicated Nowadays many people seem ‘pumped up’ rushing from dawn to dusk between countless phone calls and texts with no time to see other people’s faces full of stress from complicated and constantly changing problems We need to choose a sober lifestyle free of unnecessary hassles" he said in the homily of the Mass (Reporting By Philip Pullella; Editing by David Stamp and Andrew Heavens) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed In a freewheeling chat withFirstpost former Congress member of Parliament Milind Deora spoke at length about Rahul Gandhi demonetisation and his own political journey over the years Deora recalled that when demonetisation was announced the Congress vice-president did not immediately oppose the move "At the time the party was saying that we should oppose the move However Rahul Gandhi said was that we should wait and he said that this could be a game-changing decision" Deora said that it was only later that the party criticised the move for bad implementation Milind Deora during the interaction at the Firstpost office Parag Shinde/Firstpost "Our first reaction was that we supported it and we wanted to see it being implemented well But when it was implemented so badly we as an Opposition party had to raise the issue" he said The Congress leader said that Mamata Banerjee and Arvind Kejriwal were the ones who criticised the note ban decision immediately after the announcement The former Minister of State for Communication and Information Technology further said "We were able to put a lot of pressure on the government and our intervention helped the government make changes sometimes on a daily basis" "Demonetisation can be called anything but a reform If it has been implemented in this manner then the government has to be attacked Otherwise someone could do something despotic again" he remarked Deora said that many people who are knowledgeable about the economy are of the view that oil prices may go up in the future "If oil prices start heading north again there could be a serious problem in India This will be in a context where there is a semi-recession because of demonetisation and GST" the Congress leader said Deora said that it’s the party’s view is that other methods should be employed to encourage people to use non-cash alternatives rather than cash He recalled that former finance minister P Chidambaram in his budget speech in 2016 had announced a transaction tax on cash transactions to disincentivise them He argued that in spite of demonetisation habits of the people with regard to using cash have not changed ‘Modi was biggest opponent of GST earlier’ Deora also recalled that although many in the Congress had said that the party should oppose the passing of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Gandhi decided against doing so Gandhi has said in the past that GST was a Congress initiative and that the BJP had not ‘understood the spirit’ behind the tax "Many leaders in the Congress at the time had said that the party should oppose the passing of the GST They said that the BJP had held GST hostage when we were in power and we should not allow it to pass Narendra Modi the biggest proponent of GST was at the time its biggest opponent However Rahul Gandhi said it was important to own it and let it happen" he said The Congress leader remarked that the BJP ‘has an event for every decision’ "If there’s a decision on digitisation the focus is more on who is on the dais rather than how the people will be benefited" Deora said

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