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Hichilema: Zambia Blossomed Under Levy Mwanawasa

Opposition UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema has paid tribute to Zambia’s third Republican president Levy Mwanawasa. On the occasion of late Mwanawasa’s ninth memorial, Hichilema says Mwanawasa’s leadership belonged to the present and future. HICHILEMA’S FULL STATEMENT PRESS STATEMENT. 19th August 2017 WE CELEBRATE THE LIFE OF LATE PRESIDENT MWANAWASA WITH GRATITUDE AND RESPECT. Fellow citizens […]

Ethics in politics

The BJP's fight against corruption and black money does not seem to cover malpractices in elections. Making political funding transparent is not very … Source

Ex-US envoy still haunted by Nairobi bombing

By KEVIN J. KELLEYMore by this Author Kenya’s August 8 elections so preoccupied the country that little attention was paid to the previous day’s 19th anniversary of the US embassy bombings in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam. But August 7, 1998 remains painfully embedded in the lives of all who survived attacks that killed a […]

Dr M and the politics of betrayal

“A crazy country, choking air, polluted hearts, treachery. Treachery and treason.” – Naguib Mahfouz COMMENT | Amanah communications director Khalid Samad is mistaken. If Dr Mahathir Mohamad returns to the Umno/BN fold for whatever reason after the next general election, it would not be a betrayal to Pakatan Harapan. The only betrayal would be that […]

Ending The Buhari Versus Jonathan Political Feud

Buhari Meets Jonathan 2176/24/4/2015/ISE/CH/NAN By Sufyan Abbas Mohammed From what one is seeing, the political fight between President Mohammed Buhari and the former President Dr. Goodluck Jonathan appears endless. Nigerians have not forgotten how they were entertained with accusations and counter accusations from both camps, during the campaigns leading to the 2015 general elections.After the […]

The forgotten crusader – Mumbai Mirror

Anna Hazare, whose protests played a part in the defeat of the Congress-led government at the Centre in the 2014 general elections, says he can’t be the face of every protest. Not many politicians visit Ralegan Siddhi anymore. The village which is virtually ruled by Anna Hazare, lies 220 km from Mumbai, in Ahmednagar District. […]

Weekly Roundup (12-18 August 2017) – The Chief’s Thoughts

I thought I might do something different for my column today. A weekly roundup of the articles published by Being Libertarian‘s contributors and columnists since my last column last Friday felt like a good idea! Without further ado: Welcome Back to 1950, America – The Lowdown on Liberty By Thomas J. Eckert, 12 August In […]