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Time for change Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-14-05 07:01 PM
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42. I can see the point of looking at it like that
You make a lot of good points there IMO. It is important, as you say, to ground our case in moral principles of sound election practice, emphasizing the need for transparency in our elections.

But many of us, including me, also believe that it is important to thoroughly investigate the 2004 election to identify what went wrong, and expose what went wrong to a wide audience. In our opinion, for a large number of our citizens, exposure of what happened in 2004 is necessary in order to get them more concerned about the problem, and therefore to provide a political climate that will facilitate meaningful reform.
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