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If we theorize that this blog is mainly read by middle to upperclass citizens and they at the same time contitute a substantial number of voters.
"We are aware that the problems caused by landmines and the illicit proliferation, circulation, accumulation and trafficking of small arms and light weapons contitute a serious impediment to social and economic development," said Tim Clarke, the EU representative at the African Union (AU) headquarters in Addis
The friends will naturally always want to go there, when and how they like, but it must not become a ceremony, otherwise it will contitute a precedent for similar things in the future.
We mention the plantation hands first because they are the most numerous body by far, and contitute the physical force of that class in the Southern States.
To demystify the constant allegation that there was no clear winner, we need to sanitize the electoral register, contitute a new interim electoral commission and we go back to the ballot.
I maintain my position that paying for renewal eight days prior to the expiration date does not contitute an expiration.