Ramotar Says Behaviour of the Minister do not reflect the high-standards I have set for Ministerial conduct nor the public's expectations of an office holder

Ramotar said:

“The statements and behaviour of the Minister do not reflect the high-standards I have set for Ministerial conduct nor the public's expectations of an office holder. It is outright disrespectful and improper. I intend to have further discussions with the Minister on this matter,” the Guyanese leader was quoted as saying by the Government Information Agency (GINA).

 

So was he in a coma when the Chat-3's video was shown? That was the lowest moral point of the PPP administration.

 

Do you think the PPP has standards for its Ministers?  What might those be?

 

Thief but don't get caught?

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Originally Posted by Conscience:

You use rear view mirror indeed to see the state of traffic on the left and the right not to see where those cars were previously. You also do not use them to see how far you have come since if you can you have not gone far.
the analogy is bad. The distant past is not worth anything other than accounting. The near past and present matters to where you are going because only the future has value. The past does not. As far back as the fiftn century BC the idea that "No man ever steps in the same river twice" however much he cares to repeat is was sound advice. 

So whose standard was Ramotar using when he told the man Jagdeo would slap him if he was there.

 

There is a saying in America, "A fish stinks from the Head."

 

Wasn't it Ramotar who went to Babu Jaan and called Moses a "jackass?"

 

The PPP has no one with clean hands, and that's why they can't discipline anyone for wrongdoing.  Birds of a feather.  The Family and Friends of the Kleptos Group.

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