quote:Originally posted by cain:quote:Originally posted by asj:quote:The party that wins a majority or a plurality of the votes wins the presidency and gets to form the government. No post-election coalition is constitutionally possible, and certainly none, not even a formal/informal alliance, can be formed with the aim to seize the presidency and the government or to unseat the government.
The PPP/C likes it this way, even if they were to receive less than the 50 percent of the votes, they will still get to form the Government, the problem is that without a majority, they will very well not get things done in Parliament, but there is an easy way to get by this...parliamentarians has been known to cross floor. The PPP/C can get a few to come over to their side if the price is right.
Oh yeah, there's never a lack of bribery when dealing with the PPP.
Elected members of the AFC and APNU might very well see this as an opportunity, Gehrard might, a way for him to serve his county and later moved up to a Ministerial Position...as he has nowhere to go with the AFC: It is called lets make a deal........not bribery
Remember one guy named Mansoor Nadir? Minister of Labor.