Boris Johnson Suspending Parliament may trigger a taste for undemocratic practice

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Boris Johnson

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Boris Johnson who suspended parliament after defeat of votes for Brexit deal has a sense of undemocratic practice just like late Mugabe and president Emerson Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe who manipulated votes to get what they wanted. Boris Johnson also threatened parliamentarians with deselections for voting against his plan just like president Mnangagwa who sacked or demoted ministers who had different views. I hope and trust that Boris Johnson will not go to the extreme of making decisions that will wreck the economy of Great Britain and make Britain weaker and powerless in the world stage just like what president Mnangagwa is doing to make Zimbabweans suffer more than Mugabe’s era such as having no electricity for 19 hours per day.

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