Election Vote Remains At An Impasse


Here we are two weeks after the elections and to date the officials responsible for the process.  Are unable to clearly identify a winner. It is not there is no precedent  because there is. One that took a month after the election to sort out. There is something inherently wrong for so much pressure to be placed on any one official or any. No matter the credentials of that official it is a difficult if not impossible stress to deal with. Those who are long in the corridors of power understand this. However they are but a drop in the ocean. In comparison to the ordinary laymen who far outnumber them and who don’t understand the process.

There must be a way to rectify the system which is responsible for this. Not to have the blame fall on innocent and distinguished serving officials.

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Christopher is a London-based Political Editor for World News Tribune. He knows what your local politician is up to. A meticulous perfectionist, Christopher beat dyslexia at the age of 15 and declared that now he was now obligated to have a career in writing. During his sophomore year, he was already contributing front-page stories to The Evening Lantern. Christopher has always chased the truth in its rawest form — that’s why covering politics has been such a desirable challenge. After studying Journalism and Politics in his native Essex County, UK, Christopher moved to London and began to build his career with the most effective jump-start: by working at a coffee shop in The City. It truly paid off. Thanks to studying the local media scene through his customers, Christopher moved to freelance journalism, effectively gaining recognition for his International Affairs coverage. He still lives in London and is still able to make a wickedly good cup of coffee. Email:preston@worldnewstribune.com


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