Translation of the week/Translation candidates

These are the candidates for Translation of the week.

Two-thirds majority in favour (group 1)

  • (Except those who have only the vote of nomination, see group 5).
  • Sorted first by the net support (number of support votes minus number of oppose votes), second those with less negative votes and thirdly in order of nomination.



4 (=6-2)


3 (=3-0)

en:Turlough (lake) edit

(de:Turlough) (no:Turlough)

(Net support = 3; Against = 0%) (Group 1)

A turlough is a seasonal or periodic water body found mostly in limestone karst areas of Ireland, west of the River Shannon. [...] The water bodies fill and empty with the changes in the level of the water table, usually being very low or empty during summer and autumn and full in the winter. As groundwater levels drop the water drains away underground through cracks in the karstic limestone.

  Support

  1. --ZandDev (talk) 01:34, 14 December 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Mickey83 (talk) 10:22, 17 December 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  3. --Brunnaiz (talk) 21:51, 19 December 2023 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose


  Comment


en:Seizure of the Black Hills edit

(Net support = 3; Against = 0%) (Group 1)

The United States government illegally seized the Black Hills – a mountain range in the US states of South Dakota and Wyoming – from the Sioux Nation in 1876. The land was pledged to the Sioux Nation in the Treaty of Fort Laramie, but a few years later the United States illegally seized the land and nullified the treaty with the Indian Appropriations Bill of 1876, without the tribe's consent. That bill "denied the Sioux all further appropriation and treaty-guaranteed annuities" until they gave up the Black Hills. A Supreme Court case was ruled in favor of the Sioux in 1980. As of 2011, the court's award was worth over $1 billion, but the Sioux have outstanding issues with the ruling and have not collected the funds.

  Support

  1. Only in one language. --Felino Volador (talk) 15:06, 6 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Mickey83 (talk) 09:11, 9 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  3. Seems interesting to me. ----Brunnaiz (talk) 15:38, 17 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. which tag--Shizhao (talk) 02:10, 11 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]
      Neutral--Shizhao (talk) 04:02, 8 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment @Shizhao: fixed. Cheers, Felino Volador (talk) 02:27, 8 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

en:Geiranger Church edit

(no:Geiranger kirke)

(Net support = 3; Against = 0%) (Group 1)

Geiranger Church (Norwegian: Geiranger kyrkje) is a parish church of the Church of Norway in Stranda Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is located in the village of Geiranger, and the end of the famous Geirangerfjorden. It is the church for the Geiranger parish which is part of the Nordre Sunnmøre prosti (deanery) in the Diocese of Møre. The white, wooden church was built in an octagonal design in 1842 using plans drawn up by the architect Hans Klipe. The church seats about 165 people.

  Support

  1. --Shizhao (talk) 11:07, 31 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. MCGAMER YOUTUBE (talk) 03:28, 1 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  3. --Brunnaiz (talk) 15:48, 2 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose


  Comment


en:Guillermo Larrazábal edit

(Net support = 3; Against = 0%) (Group 1)

Guillermo Larrazábal Arzubide (10 February 1907 – 1983) was a Spanish stained glass artist who was active in Ecuador. He is considered Ecuador's most important stained glass artist.

  Support

  1. --Brunnaiz (talk) 15:55, 2 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. --Shizhao (talk) 01:49, 8 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  3. -- Felino Volador (talk) 17:29, 8 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose


  Comment


en:Corruption in Equatorial Guinea edit

(Net support = 3; Against = 0%) (Group 1)

Political corruption in Equatorial Guinea is high by world standards and considered among the worst of any country on earth. It has been described as "an almost perfect kleptocracy" in which the scale of systemic corruption and the rulers' indifference towards the people's welfare place it at the bottom of every major governance indicator or ranking, below nations with similar per capita GDPs.

  Support

  1. Important aspect of the country, not in any other languages. --Sahaib (talk) 13:34, 28 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. --Shizhao (talk) 09:19, 30 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  3. --Brunnaiz (talk) 14:40, 30 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. citation needed --Shizhao (talk) 01:34, 29 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment @Shizhao: fixed. Sahaib (talk) 08:29, 30 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]

en:Minor Tyranny edit

(fa:استبداد صغیر)

(Net support = 3; Against = 0%) (Group 1)

The Minor Tyranny was a roughly one year long period in Iranian history lasting from the bombardment of the Iranian parliament by the forces of Mohammad Ali Shah on 23 June 1908 to the capture of Tehran by the revolutionary forces on 13 July 1909. This period was marked by the executions and expulsion of many journalists and constitutionalists as an era of absolutism returned to the country.

  Support

  1. It is FA in Persian wiki but it may be too long. --ChipsBaMast (talk) 20:08, 6 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Mickey83 (talk) 16:30, 9 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  3. --Brunnaiz (talk) 19:43, 12 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose


  Comment



3 (=4-1)

en:Tsarap River edit

(Net support = 3; Against = 20%) (Group 1)

The Tsarap River or the Tsarap Chu forms the eastern part of the Zanskar valley, in the Ladakh union territory of India. The 182 km (113 mi) long river is used for irrigation in riparian villages, and for adventure sports by tourists.

  Support

  1. --Shizhao (talk) 03:59, 27 July 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  2. --Brunnaiz (talk) 14:22, 31 July 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  3. Gce (talk) 17:33, 13 August 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  4. Mickey83 (talk) 11:27, 1 November 2023 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. The sentence "The severe temperatures in the region, below -20 °C had frozen the lake and chances of a breach would rise with a temperature increase in the following days" is not encyclopedic. Important topics like the quality of the water and biodiversity have not been addressed. --Felino Volador (talk) 23:16, 12 February 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


en:Kharayeb edit

(Net support = 3; Against = 20%) (Group 1)

Kharayeb (Arabic: الخرايب) is a historic town in the Sidon District in the South Governorate, Lebanon. The town is 77 km (48 mi) south of Beirut, and stands at an average altitude of 190 m (620 ft) above sea level. The town boasts a rich historical legacy, with archaeological excavations revealing a complex settlement history spanning from Prehistory to the Ottoman period. Notably, Kharayeb's origins can be traced back to the Persian period (539–330 BC), when it played a pivotal role in the region's agricultural and economic landscape, culminating in the construction of its Phoenician temple around the 6th century BC.

  Support

  1. Zquid (talk) 18:09, 16 September 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  2. --Shizhao (talk) 03:41, 18 September 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  3. --Brunnaiz (talk) 21:32, 22 September 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  4. --Uruk (talk) 11:06, 19 October 2023 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. Lvova (talk) 08:10, 31 January 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


en:Jasenovac Monastery edit

(Net support = 3; Against = 20%) (Group 1)

The Jasenovac Monastery (Serbian: Манастир Јасеновац, Croatian: Manastir Jasenovac) is a Serbian Orthodox Monastery dedicated to the Nativity of Theotokos and St. John the Baptist. Belongs to Diocese of Slavonia, in Croatia.

  Support

  1. --Shizhao (talk) 07:15, 1 November 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Mickey83 (talk) 11:27, 1 November 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  3. Lvova (talk) 18:16, 8 November 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  4. --Brunnaiz (talk) 15:26, 29 November 2023 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. Too short. --Holapaco77 (talk) 10:50, 18 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


en:Gao Yaojie edit

(Net support = 3; Against = 20%) (Group 1)

Gao Yaojie (Chinese: 高耀潔, Gao Yaojie; 19 December 1927 – 10 December 2023) was a Chinese gynecologist, academic, and AIDS activist based in Zhengzhou, Henan, China. Gao was honoured for her work by the United Nations and Western organizations whilst spending time under house arrest. Her split with the Chinese authorities on the transmission and the seriousness of the AIDS epidemic in the People's Republic of China hindered her further activities, and she left for the United States in 2009, where she settled in Manhattan, New York.

  Support

  1. --Shizhao (talk) 12:41, 25 December 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Irkham Mahfudh (talk) 14:00, 25 December 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  3. Lvova (talk) 17:13, 26 December 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  4. --Brunnaiz (talk) 09:26, 8 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. Already ten languages; recent death. --Holapaco77 (talk) 20:47, 21 January 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


en:Suffrage drama edit

(Net support = 3; Against = 20%) (Group 1)

Suffrage drama (also known as suffrage plays or suffrage theatre) is a form of dramatic literature that emerged during the British women's suffrage movement in the early twentieth century. Suffrage performances lasted approximately from 1907-1914. Many suffrage plays called for a predominant or all female cast. Suffrage plays served to reveal issues behind the suffrage movement.

  Support

  1. Only 2 languages; an interesting piece of history in Western politics and theatre. --Mickey83 (talk) 10:50, 25 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. --Shizhao (talk) 01:34, 29 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  3. --Mastrocom </> void ClickToInbox(); 07:51, 5 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  4. Sahaib (talk) 21:58, 6 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. --Brunnaiz (talk) 21:02, 25 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment



3 (=5-2)

en:Fatsuit edit

(de:Fettanzug)

(Net support = 3; Against = 28.571%) (Group 1)

A fatsuit is a bodysuit-like undergarment used to thicken the appearance of an actress or actor of light to medium build into an overweight or obese character, in conjunction with prosthetic makeup.

  Support

  1. Relevant because of the emergent popularity of the anti-fatphobia movement. Brunnaiz (talk) 15:16, 11 March 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  2. LorenzoCau05 (talk) 23:20, 7 April 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  3. --Paracel63 (talk) 11:16, 10 April 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  4. Gce (talk) 17:34, 15 April 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  5. Irkham Mahfudh (talk) 06:31, 20 July 2023 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. Too short, original reasearch.--Holapaco77 (talk) 10:15, 31 July 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  2. --Uruk (talk) 09:38, 9 September 2023 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


en:Marjing Polo Statue edit

(mni:ꯃꯥꯔꯖꯤꯡ ꯁꯒꯣꯜ ꯀꯥꯡꯖꯩ ꯃꯤꯇꯝ)

(Net support = 3; Against = 28.571%) (Group 1)

The Marjing Polo Statue is a colossal classical equestrian statue of a player of Sagol Kangjei, riding a Meitei horse (Manipuri pony), constructed at the Marjing Polo Complex, the sacred sports site dedicated to God Marjing, the ancient Meitei deity of polo and horses, in Heingang, Imphal East District, Kangleipak. It is the world's tallest statue of a polo player. It is built to commemorate the game of "modern polo" being originated from Kangleipak.

  Support

  1. It is the world's tallest statue of a polo player. --Haoreima (talk) 09:10, 7 September 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Irkham Mahfudh (talk) 04:39, 10 September 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  3. --Shizhao (talk) 01:53, 11 September 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  4. --Brunnaiz (talk) 21:29, 22 September 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  5. MCGAMER YOUTUBE (talk) 00:10, 27 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. too recent (inaugurated on 6 January 2023).--Holapaco77 (talk) 18:38, 30 October 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  2. --Uruk (talk) 09:57, 18 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment



2 (=2-0)

en:Itinéraire à Grand Gabarit edit

(Net support = 2; Against = 0%) (Group 1)

The Itinéraire à Grand Gabarit is a water and road route that has been created in order to allow the transport of the outsize structural sections of the Airbus A380 airliner from their point of manufacture to Toulouse for final assembly. The route was largely created by modifying existing waterways and public roads, with the addition of some new road sections. Specially constructed ships, barges and road vehicles carry the aircraft parts on the route, as traditional transportation methods proved unfeasible. The parts are not handled directly.

  Support

  1. --Shizhao (talk) 09:04, 30 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. --Brunnaiz (talk) 14:37, 30 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose


  Comment


en:American International University-Bangladesh edit

(Net support = 2; Against = 0%) (Group 1)

American International University-Bangladesh (Bengali: আমেরিকান ইন্টারন্যাশনাল ইউনিভার্সিটি-বাংলাদেশ), commonly known by its acronym AIUB, is a private university in Dhaka, Bangladesh. This university was established in 1994 in the capital Dhaka of Bangladesh.

  Support

  1. --Shizhao (talk) 09:07, 30 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. --Brunnaiz (talk) 14:37, 30 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose


  Comment



2 (=3-1)

en:Saint Nicholas Cathedral, Harbin edit

(Net support = 2; Against = 25%) (Group 1)

Saint Nicholas Cathedral is a lost wooden Orthodox church in Harbin, China. It is located in the center of Cathedral Square, in the upper part of the Nangan district (at the highest point of the city). The cathedral is one of the main symbols of Harbin Russians.

  Support

  1. Interesting article about an important historical church for the Russian community in China. --Tomer T (talk) 09:03, 31 October 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Mickey83 (talk) 11:27, 1 November 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  3. Lvova (talk) 18:17, 8 November 2023 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. --Brunnaiz (talk) 15:25, 29 November 2023 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


en:Wildlife of Bahrain edit

(Net support = 2; Against = 25%) (Group 1)

The wildlife of the archipelago of Bahrain, is more varied than might be expected of this small group of islands in the Persian Gulf. Apart from a strip of the north and west of the main island, where crops are grown with irrigation, the land is arid. With a very hot dry summer, a mild winter, and brackish groundwater, the plants need adaptations in order to survive. Nevertheless, 196 species of higher plant have been recorded here, as well as about seventeen species of terrestrial mammals, many birds and reptiles, and many migratory birds visit the islands in autumn and spring.

  Support

  1. --Uruk (talk) 13:40, 12 November 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  2. --Shizhao (talk) 00:40, 13 November 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  3. --Brunnaiz (talk) 15:23, 29 November 2023 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. Lvova (talk) 08:11, 31 January 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


en:Farmhouse in Provence edit

(Net support = 2; Against = 25%) (Group 1)

Farmhouse in Provence, also known as Entrance Gate to a Farm with Haystacks, is an oil-on-canvas painting produced in 1888 by Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh in Arles, Provence, at the height of his career. Partially due to having been inspired by painter Adolphe Monticelli, Van Gogh sought the Provence region of France to further expand his painting skill and experience. Van Gogh used several pairs of complementary colors in the Farmhouse in Provence, the color contrast bringing an intensity to his work. The painting is owned by the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

  Support

  1. --Shizhao (talk) 04:08, 4 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Lvova (talk) 21:41, 7 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  3. MCGAMER YOUTUBE (talk) 00:13, 27 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. 9 languages already. --Brunnaiz (talk) 09:24, 8 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


en:Persian Gulf National Day edit

(fa:روز ملی خلیج فارس)

(Net support = 2; Against = 25%) (Group 1)

Persian Gulf National Day is an official holiday in Iran observed on the 10th day of Ordibehesht, the second month in the Iranian calendar. This usually coincides with 29 or 30 April of the Gregorian calendar. The purpose of this holiday is to celebrate the history, name, and significance of the Persian Gulf. The holiday commemorates the day that combined forces of the Safavid Empire and the British East India Company captured Ormuz expelled the Portuguese from the Strait of Hormuz.

  Support

  1. --ChipsBaMast (talk) 20:19, 29 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. The topic is interesting (at least to me), there are 9 languages but not very representative of the whole world. --Brunnaiz (talk) 14:38, 30 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  3. Lvova (talk) 19:19, 1 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. [citation needed] --Shizhao (talk) 09:16, 30 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


en:Abbasid architecture edit

(Net support = 2; Against = 25%) (Group 1)

Abbasid architecture developed in the Abbasid Caliphate between 750 and 1227, primarily in its heartland of Mesopotamia (modern Iraq). The great changes of the Abbasid era can be characterized as at the same time political, geo-political and cultural. The Abbasid period starts with the destruction of the Umayyad ruling family and its replacement by the Abbasids, and the position of power is shifted to the Mesopotamian area. As a result there was a corresponding displacement of the influence of classical and Byzantine artistic and cultural standards in favor of local Mesopotamian models as well as Persian.

  Support

  1. --Mastrocom </> void ClickToInbox(); 13:55, 1 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Mickey83 (talk) 10:20, 2 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  3. --Brunnaiz (talk) 16:07, 5 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. [citation needed] --Shizhao (talk) 02:31, 6 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


Between 2/3 and 50% support (group 2)

  • Sorted first by the net support (number of support votes minus number of oppose votes) and second in order of nomination.
  • If a candidate has the number of oppose votes is 1/3 or more of that of total votes for two months, it will be removed from the list (rule 3).



2

en:Geology of the Himalayas edit

(Net support = 2; Against = 33.333%) (Group 2) (No votes from 2 months and 1 day) (→ It is removable)

The geology of the Himalayas is a record of the most dramatic and visible creations of the immense mountain range formed by plate tectonic forces and sculpted by weathering and erosion. The Himalayas, which stretch over 2400 km between the Namcha Barwa syntaxis at the eastern end of the mountain range and the Nanga Parbat syntaxis at the western end, are the result of an ongoing orogeny — the collision of the continental crust of two tectonic plates, namely, the Indian Plate thrusting into the Eurasian Plate. The Himalaya-Tibet region supplies fresh water for more than one-fifth of the world population, and accounts for a quarter of the global sedimentary budget.

  Support

  1. --Shizhao (talk) 12:44, 28 September 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  2. --Brunnaiz (talk) 14:11, 28 September 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  3. Lvova (talk) 18:17, 8 November 2023 (UTC)[reply]
  4. Quite interesting. Deryni (talk) 11:00, 17 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. This article needs additional citations for verification. --Holapaco77 (talk) 10:49, 18 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. lack of citations --Mastrocom </> void ClickToInbox(); 07:36, 5 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment




1

en:Bow Bridge (Central Park) edit

(Net support = 1; Against = 40%) (Group 2) (No votes from 1 month and 21 days)

The Bow Bridge/ˈboʊ/ is a cast iron bridge located in Central Park, New York City, crossing over the Lake and used as a pedestrian walkway

  Support

  1. --Shizhao (talk) 04:01, 4 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. ----Brunnaiz (talk) 15:35, 17 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  3. MCGAMER YOUTUBE (talk) 00:11, 27 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. Too short, it's a normal bridge like 1.000.000 others.--Holapaco77 (talk) 11:03, 18 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. --Uruk (talk) 11:01, 14 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


en:Nora Bernard edit

(atj:Nora Bernard) (fr:Nora Bernard)

(Net support = 1; Against = 40%) (Group 2) (No votes from 1 month and 13 days)

Nora Bernard was a Canadian Mi'kmaq activist who sought compensation for survivors of the Canadian Indian residential school system. She was directly responsible for what became the largest class-action lawsuit in Canadian history, representing an estimated 79,000 survivors; the Canadian government settled the lawsuit in 2005 for upwards of C$5 billion.

  Support

  1. --Brunnaiz (talk) 16:19, 17 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. MCGAMER YOUTUBE (talk) 00:12, 27 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  3. Lvova (talk) 17:44, 5 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. --Uruk (talk) 09:59, 18 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Too local. --Holapaco77 (talk) 11:05, 18 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


en:Mosteiro de São Bento (São Paulo) edit

(Net support = 1; Against = 33.333%) (Group 2) (No votes from 1 month and 13 days)

Monastery of Saint Benedict (Portuguese: Mosteiro de São Bento) is a Catholic temple located in São Paulo, Brazil. Established on 14 July 1598, the current church was built between 1910 and 1914 by the German architect Richard Berndl. It is formed by the Basilica of Our Lady of the Assumption, the College of São Bento and the School of Philosophy of São Bento.

  Support

  1. --Shizhao (talk) 11:07, 31 March 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Lvova (talk) 17:42, 5 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. 9 languages already. --Brunnaiz (talk) 15:47, 2 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


en:Antarctic English edit

(ru:Антарктический диалект английского языка)

(Net support = 2; Against = 33.333%) (Group 2) (No votes from 6 days)

Antarctic English is a variety of the English language spoken by people living on the continent of Antarctica and within the subantarctic islands.

  Support

  1. --Brunnaiz (talk) 15:57, 2 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Lvova (talk) 17:42, 5 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  3. --Shizhao (talk) 01:49, 8 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  4. Erick Soares3 (talk) 12:04, 12 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. Kk.urban (talk) 04:51, 3 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. --Uruk (talk) 11:02, 14 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


Equal oppose and support, and a minimum of 2 positive votes (group 3)

  • Sorted first by the net support and second in order of nomination.
  • If a candidate has an equal number of opposing votes and supporting votes for one month, it will be removed from the list (rule 2).
  • (With a minimum of 2 positive votes, of course. Candidates with 1-1 stay in group 5, to prevent unjust removals.)
  • Currently, there are no candidates in this situation.


Less than 50% support (group 4)

  • Sorted first by the net support (number of support votes minus number of oppose votes) and second in order of nomination.
  • If a candidate has more opposing votes than supporting ones for two weeks, it will be removed from the list (rule 1).


fa:سارینا اسماعیل‌زاده edit

(en:Death of Sarina Esmailzadeh) (es:Asesinato de Sarina Esmailzadeh)

(Net support = -1; Against = 60%) (Group 4) (No votes from 17 days) (→ It is removable)

On 23 September 2022, Iranian teenager Sarina Esmailzadeh (Persian: سارینا اسماعیل‌زاده) died of alleged severe beating on the head by security forces during the Mahsa Amini protests in Karaj, Alborz province, Iran, according to human rights organizations. She was 16 years old.

  Support

  1. --ChipsBaMast (talk) 04:35, 29 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Lvova (talk) 19:20, 1 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. Cite error on fawiki--Shizhao (talk) 09:18, 30 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. --Brunnaiz (talk) 14:42, 30 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  3. --Uruk (talk) 19:37, 4 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


en:Toomaj Salehi edit

(fa:توماج صالحی)

(Net support = -1; Against = 60%) (Group 4) (No votes from 17 days) (→ It is removable)

Toomaj Salehi (Persian: توماج صالحی; born 3 December 1990) is an Iranian hip hop artist mainly known for his protest songs concerning Iran's societal issues and the policies of the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran. On 24 April 2024 Toomaj Salehi was sentenced to death for charges linked to Iran's 2022–23 Women, Life, Freedom movement.

  Support

  1. --ChipsBaMast (talk) 04:37, 29 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Lvova (talk) 19:20, 1 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. too recent --Shizhao (talk) 09:17, 30 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. Many languages. --Brunnaiz (talk) 14:39, 30 April 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  3. --Uruk (talk) 17:11, 6 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


New candidates (group 5)

  • With only 1 positive vote. (Regardless of whether they receive a negative vote or more.)
  • Sorted first by the net support and second in order of nomination.
  • If a candidate has no vote after two weeks, it will be removed from the list (rule 4).



Propose a new candidate


en:Frontier Crimes Regulation edit

(Net support = -2; Against = 75%) (Group 5) (No votes from 15 days) (→ It is removable)

The Frontier Crimes Regulations (FCR) were a special set of laws of British India, and which were applicable to the Tribal Areas. They were enacted by the British Empire in the nineteenth century and remained in effect in Pakistan until 2018. They were extended to the Gilgit Agency in Jammu and Kashmir in 1901 and to Baltistan in 1947, remaining in effect till the 1970s.

  Support

  1. Influential long-lasting legislation, which shows the interplay between traditional law and modern government. Kk.urban (talk) 23:07, 3 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Oppose

  1. There's quite a lot of unsourced information. --Brunnaiz (talk) 16:09, 5 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  2. --Uruk (talk) 02:15, 6 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]
  3. [failed verification] --Shizhao (talk) 02:30, 6 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

  Comment


en:Walk Again Project edit

(pt:Projeto Andar de Novo)

(Net support = 0; Against = 50%) (Group 5) (No votes from 7 days)

Walk Again Project is an international, non-profit consortium led by Miguel Nicolelis, created in 2009 in a partnership between the Duke University and the IINN/ELS, where researchers come together to find neuro-rehabilitation treatments for spinal cord injuries, which pioneered the development and use of the brain-machine interface, including its non-invasive version.

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  1. --Erick Soares3 (talk) 17:29, 11 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

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  1. --Brunnaiz (talk) 19:43, 12 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

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en:Koreans in Micronesia edit

(zh:朝鮮裔密克羅尼西亞人)

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Koreans in Micronesia used to form a significant population before World War II, when most of the region was ruled as the South Seas Mandate of the Empire of Japan; for example, they formed 7.3% of the population of Palau in 1943. However, after the area came under the control of the United States as the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, most Koreans returned to their homeland. As of 2013, about seven thousand South Korean expatriates & immigrants and Korean Americans reside in the Marianas (Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands), which have remained under U.S. control, while only around two hundred South Korean expatriates reside in the independent countries of Micronesia.

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  1. Short article that would be easy to translate. --Sahaib (talk) 05:59, 16 May 2024 (UTC)[reply]

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