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HOW MANY OF YOU AGREE TO THIS?!

These pics seem to be trending on twitter now that the presidential elections are fast approaching!

The way I see things, people will make money from this election of a thing through ‘Betting’…Baba Ijebu, here I come!

NHW Tales

New rally needed against opaque Bar Council elections

Jointly written by Azril Mohd Amin & Faidhur Rahman Abdul Hadi. Published earlier in The Malay Mail Online.

Few would have forgotten, especially amongst lawyers, the position of the Bar Council at the Extraordinary General Meeting called on 11 May 2012, when it passed a resolution that supported Bersih 3.0’s call for free and fair elections and condemned alleged “excessive” and “indiscriminate” police force against the rally organised by Bersih 3.0 earlier. 1,434 more words

Soldiers vote to 'guard' democracy even after hanging uniforms

79-year-old retired Naib Subedar Kartar Singh, who had fought in 1965 and 1971 wars, has been living under the shadow of Pak guns in Hiranagar border constituency badly hit by attacks from across the border, but was among the first persons to have voted. 125 more words

State

Jharkhand assembly polls: 34.94 percent polling till 11 am

“The highest polling percentage was recorded in Pakur with 41 percent and the lowest was in Godda with 27 percent till 11 am,” said an election official. 78 more words

State

Labour's Chances in 2015

Polls are used for political speculation and gain constantly, but it is generally accepted that they do not actually deliver a completely valid picture of the political mood of the country. 1,167 more words

Cameron

Green Party introduces bill to lower voting age from 18 to 5

Fredericton – David Coon, leader of New Brunswick’s Green Party, yesterday introduced a bill to lower the voting age from 18 to 5.

“It’s time we start giving the youngest among us a voice,” Coon explained to a packed crowd in the Legislative Assembly Thursday afternoon. 188 more words

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