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Sam Adeyemi Jun 12
“I’m tired of hearing it said that democracy doesn’t work. Of course it doesn’t work. We are supposed to work it.” - Alexander Woollcott
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Femi Jun 10
An unelected Prime Minister who rose to power by telling the most damaging lie in UK History, might be about to take the UK out of the EU without a deal, by shutting down a parliament which was voted in based on manifestos that explicitly opposed No-Deal.
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EconomicTimes 23h
Active opposition important in parliamentary : PM ahead of the first session of the 17th Lok Sabha |
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Derrick Johnson 8h
Today’s decision is a win for . The Supreme Court declined to disturb the lower court’s ruling that 11 VA legislative districts were drawn to “pack” African-American voters into a small number of districts, diminishing their voting strength.
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Sam Adeyemi Jun 12
Replying to @sam_adeyemi
The secret of change is to focus all your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” - Socrates
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𝔍𝔞𝔪𝔢𝔰 𝔐𝔞𝔠𝔈𝔞𝔠𝔥𝔢𝔯𝔫 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Jun 11
The question that 'Yes' voting Remainers don't like to be asked: Why do you believe it's better for Scotland to be governed by EU parliaments and governments it doesn't elect than to be governed by Scottish parliaments and governments that it does elect?
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Upton Archiepiscopi Jun 15
UA council has agreed that our Twitter followers WILL be able to vote in upcoming parish elections IF follower numbers exceed current membership of the party. If you believe in and don’t want to be disenfranchised, follow & RT. Just 159,985 new followers needed.
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Martina 🏳️‍🌈❤️🇬🇧 7h
It’s very humbling that 300 of you have followed me in just 2 days. I am well aware I am different and maybe a bit weird. Far Right actually means inclusive, supportive, diverse and welcoming and so I thank you. 🇬🇧🇺🇸🇦🇺🇨🇦🏳️‍🌈
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@her_father's_daughter Jun 12
Happy day! It the 20th Democratic day Buh till now no free and fair election in the country.
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Brandalism Jun 12
Here’s the digital artwork that is causing all the press interest at the moment:
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Austin H. Wang 11h
legislator set a trap to Lam: " has its own army and a direct presidential election, and you said Taiwan is not . HK protesters only ask for some , why is it an independent movement?" Lam kept silence.
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APC Kwara Media 📡 Jun 12
President Buhari has done more for South West in the last four years than Chief Olusegun Obasanjo in his 8 years as Nigeria President.
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Professor Anne-Marie Brady Jun 16
Look at all the Hong Kong people standing up for this Sunday.
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💧Peter Harden - Ghost Water Sales Rep Jun 11
Well surprise, surprise hates the suggestion that we should protect whistleblowers who are acting in good faith to report crimes and illegal activity within Government.
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Tshilidzi Chillies 10h
Some Food for thought . "Freedom is coming Tomorrow "
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Global Justice Foundation 16h
Former Clinton investigator Ken Starr speaks about the value of law and justice. When asked why the rule of law is so important for a country that wishes to succeed his answer gave goosebumps. Must Watch Video!
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Laura 🔶 #QueueJumper #FBPE #facciamorete Jun 15
Remainers have been accused by Brexiters of being undemocratic for 3 years. Yet Brexiters are perfectly happy that the next PM should be elected by 0.2% of the population. Is this ?
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azazsyed Jun 12
Police register case against the Chairman Committee, . Apparently he is being punished for siding with and speaking for . Sad
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Anna Smart 50m
So here's something striking. There's no information on the Hamilton City Council website about how to access their meetings as an observer. There's easy links to the live stream but nothing on being there. We need to encourage engagement and transparency.
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Biafrans in Denmark Jun 16
In any true , mere fact that over 60-70% registered eligible voters refused to vote is in itself a clear on the system & those running it. Can those 'observing' so-called 'elections' in besieged -nigeria accept such back home?
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