UK’s unexpected election results put majoritarian democracy to the test
Unlike their counterparts in most of continental Europe who are used to coalition governments, Britain is more accustomed to conclusive electoral outcomes. That is to say, having a clear party majority win with an indisputable mandate to govern.
Multiple-choice referendum would be open to manipulation
It would seem that no less than the Vice-President and the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance are joining the Higher Education Minister William Ruto in fronting the idea of a multiple choice referendum, ostensibly to provide an opportunity for real determination on a number of issues in contention in the Proposed Constitution.
Man shot six times in broad daylight at Mirema, Kasarani identified
By Kamore Maina
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