PDM doesn't inspire confidence either
14 July 2020 | Opinion
In all likelihood, these two politicians only challenged this situation because it concerned their personal wellbeing. They did not act in the national interest. PDM, being the largest opposition formation and which vies for state power, is already giving clear glimpses of an authoritarian state its leadership would command. Article 47 may not be the best piece of legislation in the land but it remains law. And unless it is scrapped or amended, we are all bound to obeying it. McHenry Venaani remains a political enigma whose true colours remain as foggy as memories of a long night of heavy drinking.
When we thought in him we had a potential true model of democracy, as he often postulates, he removed people from his party's gazetted parliamentary list and replaced with those that were not, even remotely, in contention.
Venaani changed the goalposts in the middle of the game like Admiral General Aladeen from the comedy film 'The Dictator', who shot in the back everyone that ran past him in a fictional Olympic marathon run.