In the second of two articles reporting the outcomes of May’s local elections, Chris Game looks in detail at how a high number of multi-party ‘Rainbow’ coalitions have been agreed, and highlights how, behind certain patterns of participation, there are numerous varieties of governing pacts – which, perhaps, Westminster politicians could learn from.
This is inspired by Fyooz's comment on the previous post, and merits its own. The brief I mentioned, threatening to pack the Supreme Court if it didn't rule against the 2A, was filed by Sen. Whitehous ... Read more
David Bier The U.S. government has allowed its asylum and border processing system to become overwhelmed. Central Americans are crossing illegally and often relying on asylum and other processing proc ... Read more
The Cultural Economy Development Agency (CENDANA) and Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has culturally come together in Panggung Rakyat. Siti Nurhaliza Queen GIF from Sitinurhaliza GIFs Panggung Rakyat ac ... Read more
Menteri Perdagangan Dalam Negeri dan Hal Ehwal Pengguna, Saifuddin Nasution Ismail berkata, ada beberapa perkara yang perlu diperhalusi sebelum mekanisme subsidi petrol bersasar dikemukakan kepada Kab ... Read more
(New York) – Algerian authorities deported a Human Rights Watch official, Ahmed Benchemsi, on August 19, 2019, Human Rights Watch said today. The authorities detained him for 10 hours and seized his p ... Read more