Sunday, July 01, 2007

Police of Openess...



You can say a lot about Sarkozy's stance against Turkey's EU membership, but the guy has a domestic and economical agenda as well. Of his 33-person cabinet, 11 are women, 20% are from the left. And Rachida Dati, Rama Yade and Fadela Amara have one thing in common: They're women, they're from minority backgrounds and they're feminists. So, a woman from the Maghreb region of North Africa is now in charge of the Justice Ministry on Place Vendôme, a woman born in Senegal is responsible for human rights issues in the Foreign Ministry on the Quai d'Orsay and a woman of Algerian descent is to henceforth devote herself to the socially disadvantaged in the banlieues.



France's newly appointed Justice Minister Rachida Dati, and Rama Yade, new junior minister for human rights.

And Socialist politician and human rights activist Bernard Kouchner is now Minister of Foreign Affairs!!
Imagine...AKP wins the absolute majority in the parliament and asks Baykal to become Foreign Minister...and asks 10 women from the CHP, DP and MHP to join his new cabinet...

2 comments:

Vassili said...

Interesting times ahead! May we hope that a more ethical policy will come out of this

Metin said...

. . . and I can be the minister in charge of ethics in the cabinet, as well as the peacekeeper of catfights among all the women . . . or the haremkeeper.