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British elections an example to emulate

By Paul Nyabicha Orenge | May 11th 2015 at 12:00:00 GMT +0300

After watching the outcome of British elections on BBC, I am convinced that Britain is probably the most advanced democracy in the world.

Where else in the world would you find three opposition party leaders giving up the leadership of their parties after an election defeat?

Messrs Ed Miliband of Labour Party, Nick Clegg of the Liberal Democrats and Nigel Farage of UKIP resigned after the resounding defeat by the Conservatives led by PM David Cameron. Clearly, the British leaders have demonstrated that life does not end with election defeats.

After defeat in a General Election, our leaders should take responsibility and relinquish their positions and give way for new blood to revitalise their parties.  

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