Those against Kokora
and Sharia Law flee to join SPLA.
Barns also called attention to a Maranao kokora
, a colorful sculpture of wood and metal that one literally rides like a fourlegged creature while grating coconuts.
Niisuguseid olukordi, kus allikad kirjeldavad komiteede valimist (see ei tahendanud nende ametisseastumist) vanade vallavalitsuste asemele (osaliselt voi taielikult) voi korvale, tuleb ette koigis PohjaLiivimaa maakondades: Parnumaal--Laatre (Moisakula) (83); Saaremaal--Kaarma Suur, Leisi, Loona, Maasi, Muhu-Suure, Parsamaa, (84) Uuemoisa; Tartumaal Avinurme, (85) Elistvere, (86) Kokora
, Laeva, (87) Luunja, (88) Puurmanni, Raadi, (89) Sangaste, Tahkvere; Viljandimaal--Holstre, Hummuli, (90) Kabala, (91) Loodi, Olustvere, (92) Tarvastu, (93) Vana-Suislepa (94); Vorumaal--Karula, (95) Kasaritsa, (96) Kargula, Linnamae, Moniste, (97) Somerpalu, Vastseliina.
Las primeras paginas recuentan en el presente los rituales del nacimiento, la iniciacion de los ninos a la caza y el ritual de la kokora
que marca la pubertad de las jovenes (109-124).
Durante el tiempo que la muchacha debe llevar la Kokora
deben observar normas muy estrictas.
, Laser Machining and Welding, Pergamon Press, New York (1978).
I would like Ambassador Kokora
and his government to know that "what goes around, surely comes around".
Apparently, the current Jieeng-led regime didn't learn anything from the past mistakes, which led to the division of the region in 1983, better known as " Kokora
-- Cote d'Ivoire is now being torn apart by a civil war that has already killed several hundreds of people.
We believe that, the fear expressed about kokora
as aimed at dividing the people of South Sudan, is therefore weakened, especially when there are already ten states that are embraced and clutched firmly to by both the opponents and proponents of federalism," the academic paper said.
It can't be stopped by the intimidation of the people of Equatoria and other supporters of the system, but the leadership of the government rather needs to rise beyond their personnal preferences, and detach the whole issue of Federalism from what is so call KOKORA
and its history.
President Kiir on the third anniversary of South Sudan's independence attacked federalism which he equated to kokora
in the 1980s, saying only the people of Central Equatoria were left in Juba as they chased away even other Equatorians and warned that the same situation would happen if federalism was adopted in the young country.