Baseman posted:Stormborn posted:Baseman posted:Stormborn posted:
Looked at this thing and got only noise. Besides noting Ms Cippriani is a hottie with a modicum of smarts I wasted my time.
I think you’re being a bit harsh. I spoke to people who watched and felt there was something there.
From my side, Ms Pestano made a glancing reference to Rwanda. Actually there is a lot to drill down there as there are lessons for divided nations like Guyana!
I am no harsh. I am honest. The sister was bright but too loud..the other one mousy and only Ms cippriani was on even keel...but still powder puff. And that Guy needs to go to moderating school...little less of the long winded soliloquies and more chance for the group to participate.
It’s the common criticism I heard, moderator dominated and not @LetTheWomenSpeak!!
Rwanda offer some lessons for countries caught in a vicious cycle of ethnic divisions!
After 1994 they reformed the constitution to prohibit ethno-centric political parties! Parties must maintain diversity in leadership and following. If not the court will disqualify them!
Due to this, the country engaged in true national dialogue which saw more women rise.
Today Rwanda is a living example, an island of progress, prosperity and good governance in a sea of opposites!
Wouldn’t work in Guyana. The PNC doesn’t respect the courts.