That is absolutely not the case. THe PPP can have positions shared by the AFC. If for example the option to reorganize GECOM under some strategy agreeable to the AFC anf the PPP is fine with it but the APNU disagree, should the AFC bite off their own heads?quote:Originally posted by caribj:
You need to understand something. The PPP doesnt need the AFC. The control all of organs of govt, except parliament.
The AFC only has relevance when they work with APNU. With 7 seats they are powerless.
The AFC needs to work with APNU to determine who the Speaker should be.
Understand something. Despite Kari's devotion for Nagamootoo, he is fundamentally a PPPite who is disgrunted because he wasnt selected to replace Cheddi and was subsequently ignored by Jagdeo. What will Naga do if the PPP transforms itself into something of his liking...quite likely return home to HIS party... the PPP.
The AFC needs to select a more mainstream AFC candidate. For THEIR own good.
It is clear that the APNU and the AFC are more on common grounds in dismantling the patristic and nepotistic system of the PPP. However there is no reason for them to not similarly find common ground with the AFC. Moses is right, it is to his advantage to get the speaker's role if the PPP will go along.