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PESHAWAR -- Provincial Secretary Information of PPP KP and former minister, Liaqat Shabab here Tuesday accused the PTI government of victimizing political opponents through partial accountability process that was against norms of justice and fair play.
With the exception of a few subtle criticisms against the government policies, he did not mention in his speech his political opponents focusing instead on his program.
According to him, it takes a particular kind of mentality to order such humiliation for a political opponent only because he won a local election in the municipality for which the prime minster is convinced he has done most with his Skopje 2014 project.
Not that the Macedonian opposition is the best model for a political opponent but the government should show more tolerance towards those who criticize it, even when they are wrong.
Council leader Councillor George Dunning said Mr Empson had been a formidable political opponent and Mr Nilan enjoyed a joke but was also a serious politician.
The councillor's letter was a total distortion of the truth and to use my name three times in his letter portrays political motivation by a desperate party which is now facing the prospect of seeing their leader dumped in the next year's Assembly elections and judging by this letter are prepared to sink to any depth to discredit a creditable political opponent.
Anything referring to the government's crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators in 1988, or about the government's chief political opponent, Aung San Suu Kyi, is forbidden.
an Attempt to Hinder the Growth of a Successful Political Opponent
ROBERT Mugabe effectively sidelined his main political opponent Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday.
IT SAYS everything about the standard of politicians that we currently have in this country that an MP would seek anti-racism advice because a political opponent called her an "outsider".
The Liberal Democrat AM's decision to jot down messages of festive cheer while a political opponent addressed the National Assembly fell foul of the TV cameras.
His political opponent pointed out that it depicted several unkempt youths crudely handling an American flag to mock the famous photo of the U.