The Daily Populous

Wednesday June 1st, 2022 evening edition

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“It looks like now the Trump forces are going directly after the legal system itself and that should concern everyone.”.

On the tapes, some of the would-be poll workers lamented that fraud was committed in 2020 and that the election was “corrupt.”

Installing party loyalists on the Board of Canvassers, which is responsible for certifying the election, also appears to be part of the GOP strategy.

In Wayne County, which includes Detroit, Republicans nominated to their board a man who said he would not have certified the 2020 election.

“The 2020 election would have been the first year that the RNC could have done anything with election integrity,” said Seifried in the tapes.

In 2022 and 2024, instead of untrained volunteers, the goal is for GOP recruits to have undergone training and be equipped with new tools, according to Seifried.

“You have to have good reason to believe that an individual is not a citizen, that an individual is not of legal voting age. »

Kerala lesbian couple, separated by parents, reunited by high court

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The Kerala High Court on Tuesday allowed Adhila Nassrin and Fathima Noora, a lesbian couple, to live together on a habeas corpus plea.

A division bench of justices K Vinod Chandran and C Jayachandran allowed a habeas corpus petition moved by Adhila.

In the plea, Adhila (22) said her partner Fathima (23) was allegedly abducted by her relatives last week. »

Zelensky Will Be Tried As War Criminal if Russia Captures Him

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Shishkina said laws in the self-declared republic stipulated criminal responsibility for war crimes, as well as for supporting and financing terrorism.

Shishkina's comments came after the International Criminal Court said it would investigate possible war crimes committed during Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Kyiv lawmakers have drafted their own resolution that labels the Russian president a war criminal, according to Radio Free Europe. »

Mexico totally bans sales of e-cigarettes

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MEXICO CITY -- Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador signed a decree Tuesday outlawing the sale of e-cigarettes, continuing the government’s anti-vaping policy.

Mexico had already prohibited imports of the devices since at least October.

And even before that, consumer protection and other laws had been used to discourage sales. »

Veteran Final Fantasy producer Shinji Hashimoto has retired

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Veteran Final Fantasy producer and former franchise brand manager Shinji Hashimoto has today announced his retirement.

Hashimoto joined Square Enix in 1995 and was a producer or executive producer on virtually every Final Fantasy instalment since 1997’s Final Fantasy 7.

As well as the release of a new Final Fantasy 16 trailer, the publisher has confirmed that Final Fantasy 7 announcements are on the way. »