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  • Paul DEVER
    Sep 12, 2000
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      "When a practice infringes on a democratic
      principles, althought it may be within the
      constitutional provisions, it has to be put to
      public test to gauge whether the majority are
      comfortable with it", Ombudsman Chibwana
      said.

      This is all Felix's fault. NDI was supposed to teach them that democracy
      often looks out for the minority, not necessarily the majority


      Just because the majority is not comfortable with it, then that is not
      necessarily the fault of the minority, nor is it a use to guage the
      popularity of it.

      There are quite a few things that the majority are not pleased with but
      tolerate to protect the status quo.
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