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Peace Messages and illustrations for Sierra Leone's March 7th, 2018 general elections

We have been busy in the background getting ready to visualize election results in a modern way for the first time in Sierra Leone. The work is progressing as planned and the app will be ready before March 7th. One reason why we are excited to give you a sneak peak is that we are using one of the latest trending web technologies. PWA. A Progressive Web App is progressive. It works for every user, regardless of browser choice because it's built with progressive enhancement as ...a core tenet. These enhancements include offline browsing in areas where the cost of internet is a premium. It’s Responsive - Fits any form factor: desktop, mobile, tablet, or whatever is next. Microsoft Edge 17 will come with Service Workers and Push Notifications, but more interestingly, they will support Progressive Apps with Bing and their Operating System recently. Chrome, opera and Firefox already support PWA. The cost of data and low internet bandwidth in developing countries is preventing users from using native apps.

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The GREAT DEBATE in Sierra Leone

By Amadu Massally

Dallas, TX

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The 7th March 2018, is another major milestone in the consolidation of democracy in Sierra Leone, as eligible voters are going to the polls to elect a President, Ordinary Members of Parliament, Mayors/Chairpersons and Councillors that are going to lead the country for the next five years

Download your copy of the Polling and counting procedures at https://electiondata.io/…/march-7-2018-polling-and-counting…

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We may be able to learn a thing or two from this article. They are our neighbors and we all know very well that their issues are our issues and if it happened in Liberia or guinea it could easily happen in Sierra Leone. These three countries are like identical twins.

http://theelectionnetwork.com/…/peaceful-calm-liberias-201…/

NEC and NEW folks, we urge you to step up and learn from these lessons. Opening data that is meant for the public is the answer. Let the people see it themselves.

International Electoral Observers agree Liberia's 2017 Elections are Peaceful and Calm but point out many serious technical issues
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This is the one for Sierra Leoneans all around the world to get the most recent updates on the 2018 Election to include results, violent incidents and the promotion of a FREE, FAIR & CREDIBLE reporting of actual results.

#SaloneVotes2018
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An open platform that gives journalist and the public access to historical elections data for presidential, parliamentary, local council, district chairperson, major, and village headmen in Sierra Leone
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Before you commit to voting, fighting or arguing for any of the presidential or member of parliament candidates in Sierra Leone, ask them the following question...s and use the answers to vote peacefully?
Where are your children right now?
What primary or secondary school does your children attend?
Why would you prefer to send you children to school abroad?
What have you done to improve the education system?
Do you have confident in the current education and healthcare system?
What is the name of your family doctor?
What hospital or clinic in Sierra Leone do you go to when your children or other member of your family is sick?
How much is your current salary?
Can you do the simple math that explains to me how you can buy a car, build a house, pay school fees, and take care of your family with the salary you get today?
Tell me one thing you will do differently to minimize or eliminate corruption?
What is the difference between you and the other aspirants?
Why should I vote for you?
If I commit to vote for you, would you change your children’s place with my children’s place for one week?

Guess what? The answer to those questions are public information that is hidden from you. MDAs do not disclose this type of information because it will empower the electorate. Ask MDAs, NEC and NEW to release information that is meant for the public to the public. Let’s work together to open 2018 election data.

Be smart. Do the math. Think before you fight. Think global? Put country first. The flag and map is bigger and more important than any single political party or candidate.

Vote peacefully.
Peace de na we hand.
If you see something, say something.

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Before you commit to voting, fighting or arguing for any of the presidential or member of parliament candidates in Sierra Leone, ask them the following questions and use the answers to vote peacefully?
Where are your children right now?
What primary or secondary school does your children attend?
Why would you prefer to send you children to school abroad?
What have you done to improve the education system?...
Do you have confident in the current education and healthcare system?
What is the name of your family doctor?
What hospital or clinic in Sierra Leone do you go to when your children or other member of your family is sick?
How much is your current salary?
Can you do the simple math that explains to me how you can buy a car, build a house, pay school fees, and take care of your family with the salary you get today?
Tell me one thing you will do differently to minimize or eliminate corruption?
What is the difference between you and the other aspirants?
Why should I vote for you?
If I commit to vote for you, would you change your children’s place with my children’s place for one week?

Guess what? The answer to those questions are public information that is hidden from you. MDAs do not disclose this type of information because it will empower the electorate. Ask MDAs, NEC and NEW to release information that is meant for the public to the public. Let’s work together to open 2018 election data.

Be smart. Do the math. Think before you fight. Think global? Put country first. The flag and map is bigger and more important than any single political party or candidate.

Vote peacefully.
Peace de na we hand.
If you see something, say something.

See More
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