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NEW DELHI: Former footballer Bhaichung Bhutia today launched his political party "Hamro Sikkim" at the Press Club of India here. "Hamro Sikkim is dedicated to people of Sikkim. ... There are lot of policies that young generation like us feel isn't g… https://t.co/DYrsn50FYv. — ANI (@ANI) 1524743883000.

The son of a former top CNRP official banned from politics has submitted an application to the Ministry of Interior to form a new political party to contest the ... after its leader Kem Sokha was jailed on treason charges for allegedly conspiring with the US to topple the government through a colour revolution.
At least that's what respondents told poll takers at USA Today and Suffolk University in a recent survey: ... 57 percent of respondents also said a third party or multiple political parties is necessary, up from the 53 percent who said so just before Obama was ... It's a tale as old as American democracy. Midterm ...
For instance, on such core principles as an independent judiciary, just 43% say that “judges are not influenced by political parties” describes the ... Larger majorities say that an open and transparent government (69%) and news organizations that do not favor a political party (70%) do not describe the ...
The irony is that even after going against the popular sentiment, political parties disown us if we are killed,” said a Congress activist, who arrived in ... time the militants have released videos of political workers, pleading with them to spare their lives and distancing themselves from pro-India political parties.
America's fractious political system is undergoing a stress test. Will we find fissures that can be mended, or deep fault lines that will implode our two major parties? And is it all for the best? Trouble has been brewing for a while. Some in America have lost their optimism about their country and the world.
America's fractious political system is undergoing a stress test. Will we find fissures that can be mended, or deep fault lines that will implode our two major parties? And is it all for the best? Trouble has been brewing for a while. Some in America have lost their optimism about their country and the world.
This trend is encouraging, but without tackling the broader institutional barriers that disadvantage women and other marginalized groups, it won't be enough to close the vast gender gap in U.S. politics. To accelerate the pace of change, the United States should learn from its allies across the Atlantic.
Most people, as it turns out, are more attached to their political party than any ideology and are willing to change policy preferences to stay in line with the pack. Researchers Donald Kinder and Nathan Kalmoe, authors of “Neither Liberal nor Conservative: Ideological Innocence in the American Public” ...


 

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