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National Assembly's Constitution Implementation Oversight Committee chaired by Jeremiah Kioni (Ndaragwa) warned that taxpayers risk losing billions of shillings if the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics proceeds with the census.
The special census won't count all households in Naperville, but only those within 58 census blocks selected by the city.
Unfortunately, for various political reasons and crises, census operations have not been carried out after every ten years.
Census Bureau by mail asking them to complete the quick 10-minute questionnaire.
During a high level meeting, the finance minister was given a detailed briefing on the census activities by Chief Statistician Asif Bajwa.
During the past 15 years, a census has been conducted in almost all UN member countries, however, only a handful among major countries have not done so.
American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) governments recognize the importance of an accurate census count because of the implications for funding and congressional representation.
According to them, a census should be held in Macedonia which will be monitored by the international organization.
Sri Lanka which has not undergone a complete census in the last 30 years is ready to undergo this process at least in the year 2012, but with a different approach with Census and Statistics Department fixing dates for the enumeration stage sans a census night to complete the 2011 census in March 2012.
However, while it is certain that the Government is going to analyze the fiasco of the census and try to locate moral and political responsibility for the failure and the wasted 14 million euros, it is quite uncertain whether upon the passing of the law on census termination, criminal responsibility will also be looked for considering the entire material, under the census law, will be destroyed.
A coalition of dozens of Iranian-American organizations has been urging Iranian-Americans to write in their ethnicity as the answer to Question #9 on the 2010 Census, which is now underway.
The goal of the 2010 Census is to count all residents living in the United States on April 1, 2010.