Django posted:ksazma posted:
For starters, the most egregious parts of Guyana's constitution requires a two-third majority vote. Burnham in his wickedness made it practically impossible for anyone to remove his sin. Unless there is significant cooperation between the PPP and PNC, no major changes would be made to the constitution. The current government promised that fixing the constitution will be one of their first act of government. So far they haven't demonstrated that they meant it.
You guys need to blame the party that had control,to tossed out the Constitution,
read my reply to Zed.
Django bai, that is the current Coalition government. They promised Guyanese that they will make it one of their first act of government. Instead, they spent the first year in government preparing for the jubilee celebration. Burnham created an insurmountable task with his wicked referendum which requires significant input from the opposition. For some strange reason, the Coalition thought that they can do it on their own so they promised to make it one of their first act of government. Now they need to put up.
But time is on their side. By the time the 2020 votes are 'certified', the PNC (not Coalition) will have secured almost all the votes casted. That will make it very easy for them to reform the constitution.
So we only have to put up with Burnham's wicked constitution for three more years. Granger is too decent to not take Guyanese to the promise land come 2020.