Political party – Jury Team http://juryteam.org/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 16:08:25 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://juryteam.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-10-120x120.png Political party – Jury Team http://juryteam.org/ 32 32 Why I don’t support any political party! -By Idris Ahmed https://juryteam.org/why-i-dont-support-any-political-party-by-idris-ahmed/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 16:08:25 +0000 https://juryteam.org/why-i-dont-support-any-political-party-by-idris-ahmed/ Let me cut to the chase. I do not support any political party in the current context of abject poverty and unprecedented insecurity in our beloved country. Thanks to this wicked, callous, incompetent and irresponsible government, the worst Nigeria has ever seen, our people are highly disembodied and incapable. In many parts of the North, […]]]>

Let me cut to the chase. I do not support any political party in the current context of abject poverty and unprecedented insecurity in our beloved country.

Thanks to this wicked, callous, incompetent and irresponsible government, the worst Nigeria has ever seen, our people are highly disembodied and incapable.

In many parts of the North, there have been no commercial, agricultural and educational activities for the past two years. Our people are living in hell in their homeland.

So in these dire situations, have people taken time off from their sanity to think that there will be peaceful, free and fair general elections in 2023? I honestly don’t think so!

Neither the irresponsible government nor the selfish politicians are campaigning for the general elections to be postponed until there is adequate security for lives and property across the country. This tells us that politicians across the political spectrum are there only to enrich themselves and their families at the expense of the masses. Sadly, the security of the Nigerian state and the welfare of the masses is the last thing on their minds.

Buhari has already squandered the best benevolence ever given to a Nigerian politician by the masses, who cast aside their political, religious, tribal and other biases to bring him to power. To avoid being called the worst Nigerian president of all time, I submit that he should do the following:

  1. Abandon the 2023 general elections as there is no indication that they will be safe, free and fair. He should use the money to partly pay our growing external debts and partly to strengthen security.
  2. For once in his life, he should have the courage/audacity to completely purge the obviously corrupt Nigerian security apparatus, especially the military. A commander-in-chief who is afraid of the coupe is a worthless commander-in-chief!
  3. After canceling the elections and purging the security apparatus, he is expected to hand over the governance of the country to an interim government of competent, eminent Nigerians, who, under the guidance and protection of ECOWAS and the United Nations, will then be in able to lead a safe and free life. and fair general elections.

Apart from the above arrangements, I fear more violence and kidnappings in the 2023 general election. Terrorists will have a blast at the polls. Our people will have to pay a high price for a worthless exercise that bears no relation to their very existence and quality of life.

I put down my file.

Dr Idris Ahmad.
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Maimane will launch a new political party https://juryteam.org/maimane-will-launch-a-new-political-party/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 12:35:09 +0000 https://juryteam.org/maimane-will-launch-a-new-political-party/ Former Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane will return to the ballots for the first time since he left the party in 2019. He will run as a candidate for a political party that has no not yet named. MAIMANE LAUNCHES A NEW POLITICAL OUTFIT When Maimane left the DA, he created One South Africa […]]]>

Former Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane will return to the ballots for the first time since he left the party in 2019. He will run as a candidate for a political party that has no not yet named.

MAIMANE LAUNCHES A NEW POLITICAL OUTFIT

When Maimane left the DA, he created One South Africa Movement (OSA) – a movement that seeks to reform the electoral system in the country by empowering local independent candidates.

During the 2021 local elections, Maimane and OSA trained, endorsed and campaigned for independent candidates and community structures across South Africa. According to the organization, 750,000 votes were cast for the independent candidates, which saw more than 150 of them elected.

However, the OSA believes parliament will pass a law that will make it “very difficult” for independents to participate in elections. Therefore, Maimane will launch a political vehicle – as he calls it – that will appear on the ballot for the 2024 general election as an umbrella body.

The new political vehicle will be launched on Heritage Day, September 24, in Naledi, Soweto. Maimane said he will stand for election under this authority and seek out the best candidates from the communities to stand with him in the elections.

Mudzuli Rahkhivhane, spokesperson for OSA, said the movement will remain an NGO advocating for overhaul of the electoral system to a constituency-based system where independent candidates and political parties contest elections on an equal footing.

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Kazakh Xinjiang plans political party to counter Chinese Xi https://juryteam.org/kazakh-xinjiang-plans-political-party-to-counter-chinese-xi/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 12:57:00 +0000 https://juryteam.org/kazakh-xinjiang-plans-political-party-to-counter-chinese-xi/ BEIJING (AP) — Five years ago, Bekzat Maxutkanuly was a small-time clothing dealer in Kazakhstan, uninterested in politics but worried about rumors of a crackdown on cross-border brewing in China’s Xinjiang region, his native land. . This week, as soldiers sing hymns welcoming Chinese leader Xi Jinping on a visit to Kazakhstan, Maxutkanuly prepares to […]]]>

BEIJING (AP) — Five years ago, Bekzat Maxutkanuly was a small-time clothing dealer in Kazakhstan, uninterested in politics but worried about rumors of a crackdown on cross-border brewing in China’s Xinjiang region, his native land. .

This week, as soldiers sing hymns welcoming Chinese leader Xi Jinping on a visit to Kazakhstan, Maxutkanuly prepares to drive from village to village through his country’s vast hinterland to register people for a party. policy that will challenge Beijing, not welcome it.

“I never intended to get involved in politics,” said the 46-year-old Kazakh of Chinese origin. “But then I started to realize that the situation in Xinjiang was a huge problem, which wouldn’t collapse in a year or two.”

The story of his political awakening illustrates how China’s crackdown on Uyghurs and other Muslim groups in Xinjiang has alienated many people in Central Asia, even as Beijing dominates its governments.

When the arrests in Xinjiang began, thousands of Kazakhs, Kyrgyz, Uzbeks and others of Central Asian descent were abducted by authorities along with the Uyghurs and taken to a vast network of camps and prisons.

Behind closed doors, the Kazakh government has pleaded with Beijing to release the Kazakh victims of the crackdown. But in public, they said nothing and abstained in UN votes on whether to condemn or support China’s policy in Xinjiang.

China is a major investor in Kazakhstan’s oil and gas industries and lends billions of dollars to build railways and highways. This week, Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev met Xi on the airport tarmac upon his arrival and treated him to a lavish state banquet.

Maxutkanuly calls the visit “humiliating”, given Xi’s treatment of ethnic Kazakhs.

“It’s really not the time for him to visit us,” he said.

Born to farmers in a small, heavily Kazakh village on China’s western border, he lived modestly but tested well, earning him a place at university in the capital of Xinjiang.

There, he says, he was bullied relentlessly for his hesitant Mandarin. Teachers, officials and classmates criticized him, making him feel like an outsider. In the late 1990s, her family moved to Kazakhstan, leaving behind a country they say never really welcomed them.

For decades he worked as a teacher, then a translator, then a trader. His political awakening began five years ago, when friends and relatives in Xinjiang stopped calling and texting. He sensed something was wrong.

He spotted online speeches by Serikzhan Bilash, a Kazakh Chinese-born activist who spoke out against growing reports of brutality and mass detentions in the region.

Maxutkanuly joined the movement of Bilash, an unregistered organization called Atajurt. He organized petitions and press conferences, attracting the attention of the world – and soon that of the government as well.

Plainclothes police followed their meetings. Key figures have been summoned for questioning. In 2019, police attacked Bilash in a hotel bathroom and took him to jail. Later that year, Bilash fled the country and appointed Maxutkanuly the new leader of Atajurt.

Now, after beatings, protests and dozens of clashes with police, Maxutkanuly wants Atajurt to bring about fundamental change: a democratic Kazakhstan, where ethnic Chinese Kazakhs and others will be free from express their concerns.

He said years of struggle under state repression have taught him and others in his group that real power is necessary to achieve results. This is why a formal political party is needed, not just a grassroots group, he said.

“The Kazakh government helps the Chinese government. They are trying to block us,” Maxutkanuly said. “To achieve our goals, we must first change the political situation in Kazakhstan.”

The chances of success are slim. For nearly three decades, Kazakhstan was ruled by a Soviet-era strongman. His successor, a former Soviet diplomat in Beijing, seems no less pro-democracy. Political opponents are monitored, harassed and sometimes driven out of the country.

Still, Kazakhstan maintains good relations with the West to balance the power of its neighbors Russia and China. In a part of the world populated by brutal rulers, Kazakhstan’s rulers are more inspired by technocratic Singapore, leaving space for organization and civil society.

The plan, Maxutkanuly said, is to register 50,000 people, 10 times more than the legal minimum required to register a political party.

It will be tough, forcing him to go door to door to register elderly people in the countryside, some of whom are illiterate or do not have mobile phones.

The ethnic Chinese Kazakh community is riven by divisions, fueled by suspicions of espionage and fear of the state. Some are skeptical of Maxutkanuly, wondering what his motives are and how far he can go to challenge the state.

Still, he has supporters. Nurlan Kokteubai, a former schoolteacher who spent seven months in a camp in Xinjiang, joined the party. He will do everything, he said, to draw more attention to the plight of ethnic Chinese Kazakhs.

“The Kazakh government does not support us. Tokayev listens to Xi,” Kokteubai said, referring to current Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev. “If you don’t have a party, what kind of power do you have?” It’s better that way. »

Kazakhstan is going through a crisis. The January protests turned violent after thugs arrived, smashing cars and setting fire to buildings. The Kazakh government invited Russian troops to crush the uprising and hundreds were killed.

Maxutkanuly was among those who demonstrated in January during a march in Kazakhstan’s capital. He said his nose was beaten by the police and he spent the night in jail.

Still, he is determined to keep going.

“If I am arrested, so be it. If I say nothing, who will help the Kazakhs in Xinjiang? ” he said. “Someone has to talk.”

Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without permission.

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Supreme Court: In a democracy, you cannot prevent a political party from functioning by sealing its office: SC https://juryteam.org/supreme-court-in-a-democracy-you-cannot-prevent-a-political-party-from-functioning-by-sealing-its-office-sc/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 14:58:00 +0000 https://juryteam.org/supreme-court-in-a-democracy-you-cannot-prevent-a-political-party-from-functioning-by-sealing-its-office-sc/ “In a democracy, you cannot prevent a political party from functioning by sealing its office,” the Supreme Court observed on Monday in rejecting the plea of ​​ousted AIADMK leader O Panneerselvam (OPS) against the High Court’s order of Madras ordering to hand over party headquarters keys to party leader K Palaniswami. “Allowing the sealing of […]]]>
“In a democracy, you cannot prevent a political party from functioning by sealing its office,” the Supreme Court observed on Monday in rejecting the plea of ​​ousted AIADMK leader O Panneerselvam (OPS) against the High Court’s order of Madras ordering to hand over party headquarters keys to party leader K Palaniswami.

“Allowing the sealing of a political party’s office can be misused and have wide repercussions, which will not be appropriate in a democratic setup,”

said the high court.

A panel of judges DY Chandrachud and Hima Kohli said, “We will not interfere with the order of the High Court. You (OPS) are expelled from the party. If we allow you to enter the party office, it would be a disaster. All in all, this High Court order has kept the peace, and nothing untoward has happened for two months.”

The High Court said its order would not stand in the way of further proceedings pending in other court instances.

He told Senior Counsel Ranjeet Kumar, appearing for OPS, “In a democracy, a political party cannot be prevented from functioning by sealing its office. Democracy must be allowed to function. Your client (OPS) is expelled, now let the party operate. You may avail yourself of other legal remedies and take legal action to assert your right. If you are successful, you have a valid argument”.

The higher court was hearing a plea from PAHO challenging a July 20 order from the Madras High Court, which overturned the Tamil Nadu Department of Revenue’s lockdown and sealing proceedings of the AIADMK headquarters, following July 11 violence and ordered that the keys to the office be handed over to party leader K Palaniswami.

Initially, Kumar said the High Court should have sent the case back for proper consideration.

The bench said the High Court had correctly stated that the jurisdictional requirement of a (Subdivision Magistrate) for the exercise of power had been found to be absent.

It said, “Allowing the sealing of a political party office can be misused and have wide repercussions, which will not be appropriate in a democratic setup. That a magistrate attaches the office of a political party is extraordinary. It means you don’t want a political party to operate in a democracy”.

Kumar said there was a clash between two factions of party workers and the magistrate relied on the photographs of the violence after which he was sealed.

The bench then said how ownership became disputed.

Kumar replied that both factions wanted to enter the property, which caused clashes between supporters.

The High Court, after reviewing the documents, declared the Divisional Revenue Officer (RDO)/Executive Magistrate’s Order to be silent on the building dispute.

“The two factions can clash outside the party office, but one cannot just go and seal the office. There is no justification for that,” he said, adding that the order of the High Court was passed on July 20 and we are now in September.

He said that for two months this High Court order brought peace, “let it be there”, and “you can pursue your remedy under the law”.

On July 20, the High Court quashed the proceedings, while issuing orders on the original criminal petitions of Palaniswami, then the party’s acting general secretary.

He had ordered the RDO/Executive Magistrate to remove the seal and hand over the keys to Palaniswami immediately and had requested Royapettah Police to provide adequate protection at the office, 24 hours a day, located on Avvai Shanmugam Salai.

No party cadre will be allowed into the office for a month to avoid any untoward incident, the High Court had added, while rejecting Panneerselvam’s plea to grant him possession of the party headquarters, ‘MGR Maaligai’.

The RDO had sealed off the premises following a violent clash which erupted between supporters of Palaniswami and Panneerselvam on July 11, when a meeting of the General Council of the AIADMK, its highest decision-making body, chose the first as Acting General Secretary, ousting OPS, whom he “expelled” from the organization.

The High Court had cited a similar incident in 1988 involving Janaki, wife of AIADMK founder, MG Ramachandran, regarding the property in question, in court. And he had ruled that even three days before, Janaki had been in possession of the premises, the judge pointed out, and applied the same theory in his present order.

“The OPS, having tried to block the meetings of the General Council, created a warlike situation, as a last resort on July 11. property of the political party which does not belong to any of the individuals. He cannot create a war situation by forcing the doors of the building which was kept locked by the other party. Such an act is nothing more than a simple trespass,” said the high court.

The contested order under section 145 CrPC does not even mention who was actually in possession on the day of the order, when it was based on the main opinion that there was a likelihood of (violence) The issue spread to various parts of the state.

The mechanical order seizing the property of Tamil Nadu’s premier opposition party headquarters will strike at the very democratic process and amount to oppression, the high court had observed.

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The most powerful political party in the country right now? The answer might surprise you | Vince Bzdek | Local News https://juryteam.org/the-most-powerful-political-party-in-the-country-right-now-the-answer-might-surprise-you-vince-bzdek-local-news/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 23:14:14 +0000 https://juryteam.org/the-most-powerful-political-party-in-the-country-right-now-the-answer-might-surprise-you-vince-bzdek-local-news/ Longtime politician Dick Celeste, a former governor of Ohio and ambassador to India who now resides in Colorado, recently asked me to guess which is the biggest and most powerful political party in the country right now. current. His surprising answer: unaffiliated voters. Gallup has found in poll after poll in recent years that more […]]]>

Longtime politician Dick Celeste, a former governor of Ohio and ambassador to India who now resides in Colorado, recently asked me to guess which is the biggest and most powerful political party in the country right now. current.

His surprising answer: unaffiliated voters.

Gallup has found in poll after poll in recent years that more Americans consider themselves independents than Republicans or Democrats.

In March 2022, 40% of Americans identified as independent; 28% as Republicans and 30% as Democrats.

Colorado is one of 10 states where unaffiliated voters outnumber Democrats and Republicans.

In August, there were 1,038,817 registered Democrats in Colorado, 932,520 registered Republicans and 1,689,102 unaffiliated voters.

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In Celeste’s home state of Ohio, the rough tally is 920,000 Democrats, 870,000 Republicans and 6 million unaffiliated, Celeste said.

In North Carolina, the number of registered voters who are unaffiliated has more than doubled since 2008. They made up the largest bloc of voters in the spring primaries.

During World War II, 80% of voters identified with Democrats or Republicans. What happened?

“Because of the gerrymandering, the voices of the parties have become higher,” Celeste explains. Social media and cable TV have helped amplify and compartmentalize these strident voices.

“If you’re competing in safe districts, whether it’s for state legislatures or for Congress, you’re usually competing in a primary, and so you tend to go to the extreme,” Celeste says. “And I think more and more people think the party label doesn’t represent them. They look at the people, they look at the candidates’ positions on the issues and make their decision based on that.”

“And they will go” from one part to another and vice versa to be heard, adds Céleste. “You become unaffiliated because you want the freedom to choose.”

Speaking of moving, more than 231,000 unaffiliated voters voted in the Republican primaries this summer in Colorado, 100,000 more than in the Republican primary in 2020. In some counties, unaffiliated voters voted more than half votes in the Republican primary.

In El Paso County, generally considered the state’s conservative stronghold, there are nearly as many unaffiliated voters — 213,238 in August — as Democrats (85,209) and Republicans (147,918) combined. , observed Celeste.

Many people are just fed up with the animosity between parties, the demonization of each side and the stalemate that has resulted from hyperpartisan politics.

“A lot of politics tends to emphasize high-pitched voices speaking for red and blue, rather than thoughtful voices speaking for people who are looking for something different,” Celeste adds.

I feel like Americans are now looking for something different, politicians who can do something about it and reinvigorate our institutions and our ideals, in which most Americans still have a deep and unshakeable faith. Most Americans are worn out by show politics and would just as quickly see a return to the boring old incremental politics if it could slowly, steadily improve their lives, not make them worse.

“I think voters lean towards pro-democratic institutions (small d). They want to feel like the institutions we cherish in this country are safe,” Celeste said.

The tendency to think in terms of red and blue sometimes leads politicians to oversimplify and underestimate the pragmatic independence of the real electorate.

Americans, I bet, want politicians who care more about solving the problem than winning the argument. I hear a yearning for savvy candidates rather than fire-eaters. More than anything, I think people want their citizenship to be more civil. They want to regain a cohesive sense of community in their country. At the community level, people solve problems all the time without ever wondering which party they belong to. I feel like most people would love to go back to that time.

Sure, most non-affiliates lean one way or the other on Election Day, but I’d say that’s because they have to for their vote to count.

So what does this bloated bloc of unaffiliates mean for the fall elections? Traditionally, midterms have been difficult for the new president, and the Senate or House, or both, tend to turn around during midterms. But this new wave of unaffiliated voters may alter the usual patterns of history.

The recent abortion decision could push this unaffiliated bloc further toward Democrats this fall. According to a recent Wall Street Journal poll, Democrats have a 35% to 38% advantage among independents, a change from March, before the abortion decision, when the central electoral bloc backed Republicans by 12% .

In the same WSJ poll, 60% of those polled believed that abortion should be legal in all or most cases.

Although our parties demand of us an eternal bipolarism, it turns out that most Americans are fiscal conservatives and social liberals.

“I think in 2022 this big middle party will tend to support the Democrats because they lean towards choice and have the strongest candidates,” Celeste speculates.

But that doesn’t mean unaffiliated voters will turn Democratic even if they vote more Democratic this fall.

“They will continue to make judgments based on the quality of the candidates and on the feeling that these candidates will work on subjects that are close to their hearts”, observes Celeste.

Most predictors see the trend of non-affiliation becoming even stronger in the coming years, especially among younger voters who profess less and less allegiance to one political party or another.

In the not-too-distant future, then, strident partisans beware: Unaffiliated America might be coming for you.

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Who sponsors Aalima Nothera Sheikh’s political party? https://juryteam.org/who-sponsors-aalima-nothera-sheikhs-political-party/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 13:27:44 +0000 https://juryteam.org/who-sponsors-aalima-nothera-sheikhs-political-party/ Image: Afternoon Voice/Vivek Gaikwad Aalima Nohera Shaikh is a lesser known businesswoman and politician. She is Executive Chairman and Founder of Heera Group and Founder and Chairman of All-India Mahila Empowerment Party. This political party is trying its luck in Maharashtra. Nothera Shaikh was arrested by the ED in 2019, along with others, for a […]]]>
Image: Afternoon Voice/Vivek Gaikwad

Aalima Nohera Shaikh is a lesser known businesswoman and politician. She is Executive Chairman and Founder of Heera Group and Founder and Chairman of All-India Mahila Empowerment Party. This political party is trying its luck in Maharashtra. Nothera Shaikh was arrested by the ED in 2019, along with others, for a case brought against her under various sections of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). That same year, police in Telangana and Maharashtra also arrested her in similar cases.

The ED suspects her of fomenting a “well-planned conspiracy and luring innocent people into depositing their savings with her for profit rather than interest”. Authorities said that Nohera Shaikh collected deposits worth Rs 5,600 crore from about 1.72 lakh investors and made false promises to pay high rate of return like that of 3% per month or from 36% to 40% per year. For this fraud, she had opened about 250 accounts in various banks across the country and they opened eight accounts in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. They diverted depositors’ sums to their personal accounts and amassed enormous movable and immovable assets.

She started as a street vendor, selling vegetables alongside her mother in Tirupati when she was a teenager. Later, she got in touch with a businessman from Dubai and planned to introduce investors in India. She formed 17 companies which would boast of more than 2 lakh more investors in the southern and western states and have a combined turnover of over Rs 1,000 crore.

The reversal of fortune seems more dramatic when you consider all the stops in between: over the years, she managed to earn a degree in business management, started a girls’ madrassa and even formed a party to challenge the polls in Karnataka. But Nothera Shaikh’s downfall is the result of the same expansion that brought her success. As the 45-year-old burqa-clad single mother extended her seven-year reach using a Ponzi scheme – offering returns of 36-42% – her offices and agents in Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh increasingly attracted more investors; there was a whiff of a hawala scandal somewhere.

By May 2018, Shaikh had started failing to pay, which eventually led to mismanagement of funds, chaos and complaints against the police. It was a case of Rs 500 crore cheating. Shaikh was being held by Mumbai police after apprehending her in Hyderabad. The Economic Crimes Wing (EOW) of the Mumbai Police arrested her on October 25 on a complaint from an investor named Shane Elahi who was facing misconduct. Over the past few days, national intelligence agencies have stepped in to discuss the case. Most of its investors are from the Muslim community, to whom it has promised an interest-free halal business.

From their paid campaigns to organized press conferences, Shaik received a UAE Minister’s Award for Icon of Business Leadership in 2018. When she realized that controversy could spoil her destiny in politics, she announced that customers who wanted their money back had to be prepared to bear the losses too since they had agreed to share both the profits and the losses. Citing the reason for the loss, she said her entire business has come to a standstill due to a number of lawsuits filed against her.

Giving the statistics of the amount returned to clients, she claimed that so far, Rs. 3.50 crores has been paid to those who filed lawsuits against her company. She said the amount was paid to customers who approached the company with genuine documents. Meanwhile, her political ambitions have been shattered by the lawsuits against her and she wants to get into politics. Gradually, the Supreme Court allowed his company to sell 87 properties to settle investor claims.

When passing the orders, Judge Sanjay Kishan Kaul said, “Make the sale of goods the first task now.” For several lakh investors allegedly duped by Nohera Shaikh, recovering their invested money was a difficult task. The Supreme Court, while granting Nowherea bail in January, had set a condition that it repay its investors within six weeks. In an attempt to comply with the Supreme Court’s bail conditions, the Heera Group had issued checks in the amount of Rs 8 to 9 crore in Telangana. But they issued those checks in the name of investors who had complained to the police. The names of the others, who were mentioned in the FIR, were ignored. We know that corruption and politics are nothing new, but here is one more addition.

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Mark Cuban says women should start their own political party https://juryteam.org/mark-cuban-says-women-should-start-their-own-political-party/ Tue, 06 Sep 2022 23:10:02 +0000 https://juryteam.org/mark-cuban-says-women-should-start-their-own-political-party/ Mark Cuban has found the solution to what he sees as the two-party problem: a political party made up exclusively of women. “I think now, especially after Roe, women are stepping up. You know, why don’t you create a political party and only have women? Cuban said at Vox Media’s Code conference in Los Angeles. […]]]>

Mark Cuban has found the solution to what he sees as the two-party problem: a political party made up exclusively of women.

“I think now, especially after Roe, women are stepping up. You know, why don’t you create a political party and only have women? Cuban said at Vox Media’s Code conference in Los Angeles. “We have so much power, so much strength, so much momentum with women. You don’t need guys who look like me from a distance.

Cuban’s comments prompted Code host Kara Swisher to ask if the mogul would ever run for president – which he quickly shut down.

The Cost Plus Drug Company founder and owner of Dallas Mavericks also discussed problems with America’s two-party system, comparing it to the pharmaceutical industry and noting that “everyone takes your money in little pieces, and all of a sudden , it adds up. And because you give them these small amounts of money, you have to support your team.

“But leave your party, vote on issues that are important to you, donate money to the issue or participate in the issue instead of the political side,” he said. “Politics is the root of evil.”

However, the Shark Tank host said we need to do things differently, explaining that “we still have too many ‘hey, that’s my side,'” while noting how helpful rallying around can be, pointing out that “rallying” may explain Stacey Abrams’ success in widespread voter registration.

“There’s nothing wrong with that, but it’s all part of the power structure. And then Republicans do the same,” he said. “And so you have these two huge power bases that have all the power. This is the problem.”

Cuban then presented his plan to shake up the system through an all-women’s party, an idea he says he’s passed on to his friends.

“Don’t let me in, will you?” Take my money, but don’t let me in, you know? There can be so much more going on and you can’t do the same thing all the time and expect different results,” he said.

However, he had a few choice words for a senator: “Fuck you, Elizabeth Warren.” You have politics all wrong.

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Raskin suggests Trump movement shows ‘characteristics of a fascist political party’ https://juryteam.org/raskin-suggests-trump-movement-shows-characteristics-of-a-fascist-political-party/ Sun, 04 Sep 2022 16:49:35 +0000 https://juryteam.org/raskin-suggests-trump-movement-shows-characteristics-of-a-fascist-political-party/ Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) cited former President Trump’s recent calls for a new election and his claims that if re-elected he would pardon participants in the deadly Capitol riot. from Jan. 6 while discussing the “characteristics of a fascist political party” on CBS’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday. Driving the news: In a Social publishing […]]]>

Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) cited former President Trump’s recent calls for a new election and his claims that if re-elected he would pardon participants in the deadly Capitol riot. from Jan. 6 while discussing the “characteristics of a fascist political party” on CBS’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday.

Driving the news: In a Social publishing of the truth Trump last week repeated baseless allegations of fraud in the 2020 election and called for the “legitimate winner” to be declared or for the election to be declared “irretrievably in jeopardy and that there be a new election, immediately!”

  • A few days later, Trump appeared on the Tory Radio Wendy Bell show and said that if re-elected he would “look very, very favorably on full pardons” for the Jan. 6 rioters.

In a prime time address On Thursday night, President Biden condemned Trump and the “MAGA forces,” saying they “represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic.”

  • Trump and his supporters are determined to “take this country back. Back to an America where there is no right to choose, no right to privacy, no right to birth control, no right to ‘marry who you love,’ Biden said.

What they say : “If he says the election should be rerun, which he’s been saying all along, that’s outside the Constitution,” Raskin said, referring to Trump.

  • “There is no procedure for the army to take over the electoral machine and organize a new election,” he added.
  • “And, look, more than 60 courts have thrown out all of the allegations of voter fraud and corruption that Donald Trump has made.”

“Two of the hallmarks of a fascist political party are, one, they don’t accept election results that don’t go their way. And two, they embrace political violence,” Raskin said.

  • “That’s why Joe Biden was right to sound the alarm this week about these continued attacks on our constitutional order from the outside by Donald Trump and his movement.”

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Creation of a new political party, the Revolutionary Communist League of Bangladesh https://juryteam.org/creation-of-a-new-political-party-the-revolutionary-communist-league-of-bangladesh/ Sat, 03 Sep 2022 15:18:00 +0000 https://juryteam.org/creation-of-a-new-political-party-the-revolutionary-communist-league-of-bangladesh/ Bangladesh Communist Revolutionary League General Secretary Iqbal Kabir Jahid addresses a united congress at the Khulna Press Club auditorium in Khulna town on Friday. The new left-wing political party, the Revolutionary Communist League of Bangladesh, was formed by merging the United Communist League of Bangladesh and the Bangladesh Workers’ Party (Marxist) at a united congress […]]]>

Bangladesh Communist Revolutionary League General Secretary Iqbal Kabir Jahid addresses a united congress at the Khulna Press Club auditorium in Khulna town on Friday. The new left-wing political party, the Revolutionary Communist League of Bangladesh, was formed by merging the United Communist League of Bangladesh and the Bangladesh Workers’ Party (Marxist) at a united congress at the Khulna Press Club auditorium on September 1 and 2. — New Age Photo.

A new left-wing political party, the Revolutionary Communist League of Bangladesh, was formed by merging the United Communist League of Bangladesh and the Bangladesh Workers’ Party (Marxist) in a united congress held at the auditorium from the Khulna Press Club on September 1 and 2.

The new political party is born with 27 members in its central committee.

Bangladesh Workers Party (Marxist) General Secretary Iqbal Kabir Jahid was elected General Secretary of the new political party at the congress.

Members of the party secretariat include AbdusSatter, MosharrafHossainNannu, TusherKanti Das, Nazrul Islam Firoz, Shamim Imam and Nazrul Islam among others.

According to the political resolution of the congress, the new party would work to end the autocratic rule of the Awami League.

Moreover, it would form a greater unity of left-wing parties to end the mismanagement of the Awami League government, said a press release the party issued on September 3 after its formation.

The United Communist League of Bangladesh and the Bangladesh Workers’ Party were components of the Democratic Left Alliance.

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Shivpal Singh Yadav announces the formation of a new political party https://juryteam.org/shivpal-singh-yadav-announces-the-formation-of-a-new-political-party/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 09:00:08 +0000 https://juryteam.org/shivpal-singh-yadav-announces-the-formation-of-a-new-political-party/ Image source: SHIVPAL SINGH YADAV (TWITTER). Shivpal Singh Yadav announces the formation of a new political party. Strong points Pragatisheel Samajwadi Party Lohia Founder Shivpal Yadav has announced the formation of a new organization Yadav said the organization – “Yadav Renaissance Mission” – is neither for nor against any political party Shivpal Yadav formed the […]]]>
Image source: SHIVPAL SINGH YADAV (TWITTER). Shivpal Singh Yadav announces the formation of a new political party.

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  • Pragatisheel Samajwadi Party Lohia Founder Shivpal Yadav has announced the formation of a new organization
  • Yadav said the organization – “Yadav Renaissance Mission” – is neither for nor against any political party
  • Shivpal Yadav formed the Pragatisheel Samajwadi Party-Lohia in 2018

Uttar Pradesh news: On Thursday (September 1), Shivpal Yadav, founder of the Pragatisheel Samajwadi Party Lohia, announced the formation of a new organization for the Yadav community and said they will fight for the cause of social justice.

Yadav said the organization- Yadav Renaissance Mission- was neither for nor against any political party.

While Shivpal is the patron of the organization, former Sambhal MP DP Yadav is its chairman while writer Vishwatma is a founding member of the Mission.

“We will soon form the unity of the Mission across the state and the country,” Shivpal Yadav told a press conference.

Some of the issues that the new team will tackle include the request to conduct a caste census and the formation of the “Ahir (Yadav) regiment” among others.



The Yadavs are seen as the main vote bank of the Samajwadi party and the formation of a new group is seen as an obvious attempt to woo the community.

The socialist leader had recently parted ways with his nephew and Samajwadi party leader Akhilesh Yadav months after the two leaders met for the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.

Shivpal formed the Pragatisheel Samajwadi-Lohia Party in 2018.

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