Saturday July 11, 2020

Voters plump for parties to compromise

New election wouldn’t see a significant change

13th March, 2016

The results of the general election have left the country in a bit of a mess, with no one party dominating, and all of the parties suggesting they don’t want to coalesce with the others. The opposition benches appear to be extremely attractive to most parties as they aim to avoid being a junior party in any coalition.

The reality is that any combination of one of the larger parties, along with smaller...

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