It does happen just not (hopefully) in a significant amount. The issue with proving fraud is that we have literally 0 system in place to double check or prove ( or disapprove) fraud. Yes there are studies saying things like “31 cases out of 1 billion votes” but they are complete bullshit as there is literally no way to double check unless it is reported, which is next to impossible to do if you don know who is voting to double check the ballots cast..
In recent months, human rights organizations say Oromos have had their land seized and faced imprisonment, and more than 500 of them have been killed.Against that backdrop, Lilesa trained for the Rio Games, regularly hearing about friends or family members who had been swept up, imprisoned and beaten but never charged with crimes. He was an accomplished and relatively well off runner who was distracted.”My legs were running, but my mind was also racing,” he said. He said when someone knocked on his door, he raced to the roof to check on his visitors before allowing anyone inside.For months he fantasized about using the Olympics as a platform.”I debated for a long time, deciding if I take this stand and leave my family behind, what would I do about them?” he recalled Monday.
The motto is among this year’s contenders for induction into the Madison Avenue Advertising Walk of Fame, the advertising industry’s equivalent of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Winning slogans earn a permanent plaque on Madison Avenue between 42nd and 50th streets. It was created by R Partners and has won numerous awards..
The Edsel cost Ford at least $350 million, which in today dollars is equal to roughly $2.9 billion. Ford promoted the car aggressively with expensive teaser ads, which may have gone too far in raising consumer expectations. A Teletouch pushbutton transmission and the Edsel electronic controls in particular were said to be revolutionary.
Best known for his work on Apple’s “1984,” Clow is one of the industry’s most lauded creatives. But in his talk, he focused on others who changed advertising and prodded him to do his best work. Among them was Bill Bernbach of Doyle Dane Bernbach in New York (now Omnicom’s DDB Worldwide), whom he credited with leading the “creative revolution” in the 1960s.
Inflation in the eurozone stopped falling last month after going negative at the end of last year.5. Sub Zero YieldsBetween the ECB bond buying and the threat of deflation, yields across Europe started to go negative this year, meaning investors were essentially paying for the privilege to lend their money out. That created a spill over effect into bond markets in the rest of the world as investors went in search of a better deal, pulling yields down in those markets too.