International powers put democracy under pressure
International courts, organisations such as the European Commission and central banks are now so powerful that there is a danger that they can overrule democratic decisions, especially in weaker countries. The major powers are not affected, but at both legal and economic levels, poor national government policies are leading smaller nations into a new form of colonisation.
THE election of Uhuru Kenyatta as President of Kenya in March 2013 was well received across the world. The polls were held without any problems and with a high level of transparency.
But for more than a year he has been pursued by the International Criminal Court...
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