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Even anti-Obamacare stalwart Tom Coburn of Oklahoma slammed the idea. Im getting phone calls from Oklahoma saying, Support Mike Lee, Coburn told the Washington Examiner. Im ramming right back: Support him in destroying the Republican Party? The strategy that has been laid out is a good way for Republicans to lose the House. Coburn is old enough to remember 1995, when a Republican Congress shut down the government during a standoff with President Bill Clinton. The legislators retreated in the face of public outrage, and Clinton emerged as the resolute hero who had refused to be blackmailed. Id be leading the charge if I thought this would work, Coburn told the Examiner. But it will not work . . .
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Das bedeutet: Vom Antrag bis zum Bescheid lauft alles elektronisch. So sind Burger und Unternehmen unabhangig von Offnungszeiten der Behorden und sparen sich den Weg ins Rathaus. Das neue E-Government-Gesetz ist ein wesentlicher Schritt zum flachendeckenden E-Government. E-Government eroffnet z.B. Zugang zu Behorden uber das Internet und ermoglicht, elektronische Nachweise online vorzulegen. De-Mail bietet eine elektronische Alternative zur heutigen Briefpost. Mit der Online-Ausweisfunktion des neuen Personalausweises konnen Burger ihre Identitat im Internet und an Automaten sicher und zweifelsfrei belegen. Die elektronischen Dienste ermoglichen es in Zukunft jedem, seine Verwaltungsangelegenheiten im privaten, ehrenamtlichen und beruflichen Alltag im Internet zu erledigen. Damit leistet die Bundesregierung einen wichtigen Beitrag zur Bewaltigung des demografischen Wandels, zum Burokratieabbau sowie zur Modernisierung der Verwaltung.
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China orders government debt audit

The last audit, published in 2011, showed they had debt of 10.7tn yuan ($1.7tn; 1.1tn) by the end of 2010. Debt may threaten China's growth, and there are growing fears that local governments may not be able repay. "In line with a request of the State Council, the National Audit Office (NAO) will organize auditing agencies across the country to carry out an audit of government debt," the national auditor said in a statement on its website. The NAO said that it had halted all other projects to conduct the audit, but did not give any other details or a timeline for the audit. Pressure on finances A large part of the local government borrowings were taken up after the global financial crisis as Chinese authorities released a 4tn yuan fiscal stimulus. According to the China Banking Regulatory Commission, local governments took up 80% of total bank lending in China at the end of 2010.
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