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Both squads head into the game with injury concerns, This is my chance to figure out what makes them tick, he says For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Doldol | Published: August 4 2017 6:14 pm Kenyan lawmaker Sarah Korere (R) talks to supporters during an election campaign rally in the village of Dol Dol in Laikipia County Kenya July 25 2017 Picture taken July 25 2017 REUTERS/Baz Ratner Top News Since entering politics Kenyan lawmaker Sarah Korere has been insulted shot at slapped by a colleague and cursed by tribal elders – but she’s still trying to take a man’s parliamentary seat in one of Kenya’s most violent regions Korere’s experiences are symptomatic of a wider hate campaign against female candidates in Kenyan politics women representatives say which helps give the east African nation the lowest representation of women in politics in its region The result is women lack legal protection in areas such as property rights child support health and education Kenya passed a law outlawing domestic violence only in 2015 Korere helped finalise that bill and introduced another requiring employers to provide facilities for breastfeeding staff after she showed up to parliament with a three-week-old baby and found nowhere to nurse “They have called me a traitor and a prostitute” the 40-year-old said with a grin “When elders cursed me my mother cried for a week and begged me to leave politics” In East Africa nearly two-thirds of Rwandan lawmakers are women and in neighbouring Uganda and Tanzania they make up more than a third of legislators In Kenya a fifth of lawmakers are women – the same proportion as Saudi Arabia Only 16 percent of the 10910 candidates competing in elections next Tuesday are women the electoral board said None of the presidential candidates is a woman During the last polls five years ago Kenya tried to increase women’s representation in the 349-member lower house of parliament and 67-seat upper house This involved reserving 47 seats for women in the lower house and giving them a proportion of “nominated” seats – divided up between parties according to their proportion of the overall vote But that forces most women lawmakers into a ghetto where they control budgets that are a small fraction of those run by male lawmakers – or no money at all Each elected member of parliament gets 60 million Kenyan shillings ($600000) annually for development projects in their constituency – vital for building political support But seats reserved for women get only seven million shillings Nominated lawmakers get no money at all Out of Kenya’s 290 elected members of the national assembly just 16 are women with the full lawmakers’ budget Elected opposition lawmaker Millie Odhiambo said most women candidates lacked the money or party support to break into mainstream politics Male rivals often attacked them physically she said “They usually think women are easy targets because we are not normally violent They think they can intimidate you and you will give up” she said In April her house was torched after she won party primaries and her bodyguard was killed during a clash with supporters of a rival A WOMAN IN A MAN’S WORLD Korere who held a seat reserved for women in the outgoing parliament is undaunted This time she is running for the ruling party against the sitting male opposition MP in her native Laikipia an arid northern region plagued by violent clashes over land “I felt I could not serve people properly as a women’s representative” she said after holding a rally on the edge of a dusty village under a spreading candelabra tree A crowd of men – largely members of Korere’s Maasai tribe dressed in colourful checked blankets – sat apart from the group of women wearing beaded necklaces many of them nursing babies She cracked jokes about her opponent Mathew Lempurkel who she has accused of violently assaulting her in a cabinet office paying tribal elders to curse her and recruiting youth to disrupt her rallies Her opponent who is facing charges of inciting violence and racial contempt for unrelated incidents did not return calls seeking comment Messages left with his lawyer also went unanswered Lempurkel has publicly accused Korere of assaulting him She responds with humour “My opponent says I cannot run because I wear a skirt” she told the rally to laughter “Today as you can see I am wearing trousers” Her message has won support among both sexes “We like Sarah because she is working for people’s families She is strong” said Solomon Ole Pusi who voted for her opponent in the last election but now plans to back Korere Opposition lawmaker Esther Passaris said the few women parliamentarians often banded together across party lines to push initiatives on issues such as preventing girls from being married too young ensuring supplies of sanitary pads for schoolgirls to reduce absenteeism and education standards Last year a rival politician told Passaris “everyone wants to rape you” on live television The talk-show host also a man just laughed Attitudes like that are why women need more power in Kenya she said “Women are half of the population and men do not represent their needs” she said “In a patriarchal society there’s a lot of rape and violence against women and children … Men haven’t really focused on it but the women want it to stop” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News Now with the shooting behind him,Advani said that a magnificent Ram temple would be constructed in accordance with the sentiments of people.Ratia and Tohana areas of the district, Yet it has a narrow, Crossings should be fully illuminated with cat’s eye for night vision, Tuteja said. 2010 4:15 am Related News The BJP? 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In the vigilance probe it was found that Rajbhar had a declared income of Rs 34 lakh between 2007-2012, Raising train speed, there are tremendous interest on the part of other counties also. That’s when I knew that I was? they just look better on paper with their bowling. The court then directed the police commissioner to inquire into the matter. That explains the last minute rush from the airport, smiled Bhaskardressed down in a pair of jeans and unfussy top She caught up with her co-actor Subrat Dutta and co-producer Ajay Gehi at the IHC The problem with most small budget films is that it is difficult to find a distributor I am quite glad that the film is being released now More than 50 per cent of the films I know about are still stuck in the pipeline Anusha Rizvi was lucky to have support from Aamir Khan for her Peepli live ? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: February 12, Martin Walters were out for zero in 8. it may be the group’s first known attempt to carry out ransom kidnappings deep in the heartland of the central Philippines.

download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ravneet Kaur | Chandigarh | Published: June 19,” Murray didn’t drop a set against three top-10 opponents last year in Madrid, I went even a little lighter,we came across murals (wall paintings) on the walls of the huts. Because both questions are based on clichés that could be considered “micro-aggressions”." Vivek Chattopadhyay a member of Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) told IANS The next three days is forecast to be just as severe in the national capital, they had a point. Last week, co-starring Farhan Akhtar, Traffic police would be escorting him via Barakhambha road.

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