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It would be nice to know what country this person comes from. Deb 20:04, 26 Jul 2004 (UTC)
Please cite information. "She has received criticism..." -- Where? From who? Is this in print somewhere, or online? Unsupported claims of having "received criticism" (by someone other than the author of the claim) appear to be partisan political statements. (Furthermore, there was indeed recent paving done in the outlying areas of the constituency.) Feel free to add these details again if citations or evidence can be provided, but don't make vague assertions that have little basis in fact.
Further clarity would also be helpful when discussing the lack of clean water. Which communities? What's wrong with the water (ie, contaminated wells? high levels of toxins?) and who is responsible? Is this problem entirely within this person's jurisdiction, or are there other persons or agencies also responsible? Are there any published comments that can be cited regarding this issue? It would seem from Ms. Raymond's website (and a quick search for "water") that she has done much to address this issue. 220.127.116.11 02:12, 1 February 2007 (UTC)Andy