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The students are dissatisfied with the result of the election. Most people who voted for Communism are of old people, but the old people die and there are the youngest people who now vote that before. Therefore the result is not undoubtedly true. It is not logical.
We don't want not to be governed anymore by the buy viagra in Saudi Arabia [moodle.irrelombardia.it] Communists. I think the Communist Party should be banished, just as the Nazi party is banished in Germany.
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here it is share a lodging for [vote] fraud. I think 10 of them - 15% are missing. I visited some villages as part of my work where 200 new names appeared on the lists of the election with no one to know that these people are.
It is just an example, but also, it is not clear what happens buy viagra in Singapore [zspg1.krosno.pl] when you change the address, or when you go abroad and some of these data can be used to manipulate some results.
The international media paints this as a big protest: there could buy viagra in United Kingdom [campus.umh.es] not have been 20,000 people to attend. The space between the parliament and is the presidency so small, how can it have so many people there? I would say, there were 2,000 people at more.
I have been afflicted by the attacks on our president. It is unacceptable to throw some eggs to our national blazon. It is unacceptable to throw some stones on our brothers, the youngsters of 20 years of the national guard.
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I was in the elections and I gave my vote. It was a big event for us to choose our next parliament. I don't have any idea like that can succeed in rigging the elections given the presence of a big number of international observers.
People make these accusations because they are not happy but they don't have any proof whatever.
The Communist Party invested a lot in the last four years. They buy viagra in New Zealand [elearning.impact.org.au] invested in people, infrastructure, education, they also raised the pensions. We are a poor country but we are now less poor than has four years.
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