To vote or not to vote, and to vote for whom? These questions are on many voters’ minds as we approach September’s special Parliamentary elections. There exists an argument that voters vote for issues; for example, this includes those who don’t identify themselves with a political party, or especially young people. If we look at the platforms of the thirteen registered political parties who will vie for seats in the elections, then one can come to the conclusion that there is on offer a political menu for every taste. A majority of political parties also argue for chang...
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