Election broadcasts

5 Bizarre, Cringeworthy UK Election Broadcasts (Videos)

Its election time folks, and we need to choose between the blueberry party or the raspberry party. If you don’t take action, you may stand to lose the civic pride that is expected from you, and naturally you will be spending a week in the tiger pit.
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An Argument Against First Past The Post

Naturally any argument for the validity of a new political system, in any age or any circumstance must lay its foundations in the invalidity of the incumbent system. The old adage ‘don’t fix it if it isn’t broken’ springs to mind, and it is glaringly obvious that the system is broken; this last General Election has proved that beyond any doubt.
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Democratic Republic of Congo

The Future of the Democratic Republic of Congo

The president of the DRC, Joseph Kabila, is one of the leaders in Africa who have shown intentions of clinging to power, through unconstitutional means. The ruling party and other supporting coalitions in the DRC, have delayed the national elections that were to be held in 2016. This clearly indicates Kabila’s quest for more power beyond his final term.
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Ted Cruz takes Iowa; Clinton, Sanders at a Stalemate

At odds with most pollsters, Ted Cruz has won the most votes in the state of Iowa, delegating Donald Trump to second place with GOP-establishment backed candidate Marco Rubio close behind. Hilary Clinton, although presumptuous in her outlook, had virtually tied with her main opponent Bernie Sanders in a closely fought content that has yet again defied the opinion polls.
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Jittery About Hillary

Although Hillary Clinton is one of the strongest runners for the Democratic Party, most Liberals seem apathetic at best to her campaign so far. Few people from the party openly dislike her, but the overall response on the part of the Democratic party to Clinton’s campaign has been lackluster, at very best.
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Trump Vs. The World

When anyone looks at Trump’s campaign or he comes up in conversation anywhere in the United States, there will almost always be one of two responses: either the learned conversationalist will talk about how much benefit they see in Trump’s campaign and how he will change elements of American culture, and how we need to shut people out of America until further notice.
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Poland’s Turn to the Right

Poland’s Law and Justice party won the October’s parliamentary election with over 39% of the vote. The result allowed the conservative party to rule alone and they’ve used it quickly to perform several controversial actions, that some people even called “Putinist”.
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