Environmental Policy in Developing Countries

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Развлекательная часть юбилейного дня рождения Ведущий: - Весть о том, что у нас такой замечательный праздник разнеслась далеко по странам и континентам. И поздравить нашу юбиляршу пришли иностранные гости! Встречайте! Для выхода «гостей» (африканец, турок и француз) потребуется предварительная подготовка к юбилею, понадобятся импровизированные костюмы: Для турка халат и чалма (можно соорудить, накрутив материал на обычную вязаную шапку и скрепив его по центру крупной брошью).
Для африканца – пояс (обычная бельевая резинка с нашитыми на нее шерстяными или акриловыми нитями, мишурой или обрезками ткани), копье и грим.
Француз должен быть в берете и с ярким платком на шее. Первым появляется турок, и после каждых двух шагов падает ниц, встает, кланяется и говорит, обращаясь к юбилярше: О, прекрасная ханум,
Свет очей, рахат-лукум,
Хоть объехал я весь свет,
Но таких в помине нет! Что за стать, что за фигура,
Да к тому ж еще умна,
Лишь такая мне в гареме
Старшая жена нужна! Отвечай же, не томи,
Будешь мне женой сто пятой?
Или будут дни мои
Лишь тоской теперь объяты? Раз отвергла ты меня,
Чтобы скрыть твою красу,
(Имя) -джан, тебя любя,
Я чадру преподнесу! (Дарит юбилярше платок) и откланивается. Начинает играть музыка, танцевальный блок на 10-15 минут. Далее развлечение на юбилей. Вбегает воинственный африканец, потрясая копьем: Слух по Африке идет,
Вы готовитесь в поход!
Отмахали пол Европы,
Доберетесь в пять минут Вы до Африки галопом!
Темперамент Вас ведет,
Очень быстро лишь вперед!
Чтобы было Вам в пути, Только весело идти,
Подарить хотим мы Вам
Африканский наш там-там! Африканец Вручает барабан женщине юбилярше и убегает. Далее в сценарии музыкальная пауза и танцевальный блок. Входит француз: Бонжур месье, бонжур мадам,
Я не случайно гостем к Вам,
Мне поручено в…...

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