An editorial in English-language daily Kuensel, in which the government has a majority share, said: “Many Bhutanese are hurt and angered by the timing [of the subsidy cuts], and feel it is a deliberate move to rock the elections.”
Sun, Jul 14, 2013 - Page 6 News List
Tens of thousands line up to vote in Bhutanese polls
FREE AND FAIR:Officials are determined the elections must be fair, with international monitors invited to see all stations and parties banned from plying voters with freebies
AP, GAUHATI, India
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