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New World Order

' The world is overwhelming, and its agitation grows day the day. Its face if inclines for the disobedience and the incredulity. Such will be its advisable quandary that would not be appropriate or that divulged We it now. Its perversity will continue for much time. when to arrive the marked hour, will have to appear suddenly what it will make to tremble the members with humanidade.' ' 1 These are the words of Bah' u' llh a prisoner of the governments Ottoman and Persian exiled in Adrianpolis in the year of 1867. Bah' u' llh uses the expression ' ' new order mundial' ' to describe the significant changes in the life politics, social and religious of the world: ' ' The signals of chaos and imminent convulsions can now be discerned, in the measure where the predominant order lamentably demonstrates to be defective Soon will be the present order side ece of fish, and a new order will extend in its lugar.' ' 2 It has one hundred and fifty years behind, Bah' u' llh, exiled of its native land, the Prsia, which had Its order, one met prisoner of the tirnico and Sulto Almighty of the Ottoman Empire. In such circumstances it directed Its words to the agent chief executives of the world. In language clear and inconfundvel, to kings and governing of world, to its leaders religious and to humanity in general, that age, long waited, of peace world-wide and fraternity, had, finally, if initiated and that Proper It was the Carrier of the new message and the power of Gods who would go to transform the system, then prevalecente, of antagonism and enmity between the men and to create the spirit and the form of predestined world-wide order. Amongst those of the world occidental person to who Bah' u' llh wrote was: Alexander II, the Czar of Russia; Francisco Jose, Emperor of Austria; Napoleo III, emperor of France; Pious Pope IX; The Queen Victory of England; William I, king of the Prssia.

State Government

‘ ‘ But how many they are the enough indices for a good analysis of the reality of the companies. They affirm Santos and Barros (2005, P. 167) that: in the truth an accurate number of quotients does not exist that reflects a good analysis. Everything also depends on the necessity of the consuming user/of the information and of the depth with which if it wants to execute the work.

Matarazzo (2008), sample that has a limit between useful information, that if give to one agile interpretation and with acceptable precision and an enormous amount of data placed in enfadonhos reports and without sensible greater. When the amount of calculated countable indices is increased, does not increase the number of useful information proportionally. This can be shown more clearly by the graph to follow: Amount of GRAPHICAL 2 information P 1 251215Quantidade of indices 1? Qtde. of infomaes x qtde. of indices Source: MATARAZZO (2008, P.

149) We see that when the amount of indices increases of two for five the amount of information that if can take off in an analysis of these indices is X; however, when the amount of analyzed indices passes of 12 for 15, the amount of information is X/2, that is, it does not increase proportionally as if it could wait, in contrast, diminishes. According to Matarazzo: ‘ ‘ the evaluation of the company through indices obligatorily demands the comparison with standards and the setting of the importance relative of each ndice.’ ‘ (2008, P. 147) It is exactly what n 36,601/96 of the State Government happens in the Table of Contbeis indices (TIC) of the Decree.