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A Kenya's civil activist, lying on a bed, holds a sign during a demonstration in Nairobi, on January 16, 2013, during a 'State Burial' for the members of Kenyan parliament proposal to award themselves millions of shillings in a selfish send-off deal that included state funerals. Kenya's president rejected plans by members of parliament to triple their end-of-term bonuses and award themselves diplomatic passports, bodyguards for life and state funerals. In their last act before parliament closed for March 4 elections, Kenyan lawmakers, already among the best paid in the world, tried for a second time in a few months to increase their end-term bonus to 9.3 million shillings ($107,200) each. AFP PHOTO/SIMON MAINA (Photo credit should read SIMON MAINA/AFP/Getty Images)
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A Kenya's civil activist, lying on a bed, holds a sign during a demonstration in Nairobi, on January 16, 2013, during a 'State Burial' for the members of Kenyan parliament proposal to award themselves millions of shillings in a selfish send-off deal that included state funerals. Kenya's president rejected plans by members of parliament to triple their end-of-term bonuses and award themselves diplomatic passports, bodyguards for life and state funerals. In their last act before parliament closed for March 4 elections, Kenyan lawmakers, already among the best paid in the world, tried for a second time in a few months to increase their end-term bonus to 9.3 million shillings ($107,200) each. AFP PHOTO/SIMON MAINA (Photo credit should read SIMON MAINA/AFP/Getty Images)
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