Urban votes without urban factor
IN the informal settlement (call it a slum) where I live neighbours often fight whenever it rains. The area is completely built up and becomes a virtual swamp during heavy rains. It is the period when people would start arguing about who among them should give away a portion of his plot so that a temporary trench could be built to flush out flood water. But since nobody is ready to give up an inch of his precious piece of land such arguments only end with the intervention of local civic leaders, if not brawls...
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