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Should ‘party hopping’ be outlawed?

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The country has been suffering from two afflictions: one is the Covid-19 pandemic; the other is the increasing cacophony of frogs in the night. GKtv Law presents.

This proliferation of amphibian love calls has had a strange effect on local politicians. Some have turned amphibian. Where is this all going to lead us? Should party hopping be outlawed?

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