Chief Justice [ag) Roxane George

Chief Justice (ag) Roxane George

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October 16 2019

Chief Justice (ag) Roxane George this afternoon struck out an application by attorney Anil Nandlall, for mandatory orders compelling Cabinet including the President to resign, and awarded costs against Nandall in the sum of $500,000.

Nandlall had filed his application on August 26, which was followed by an application by the State to strike out the application on the grounds that it was an abuse of process and an affront to the principle of precedent.

The basis of the Chief Justice’s decision was that the issue was a live one before the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), which pronounced on the matter. In those circumstance, she said, a court of first instance, which she sat as, is bound to that decision by the principle of precedent. Consequently, and since Nandlall was a party to those proceedings, the application was dismissed as wholly misconceived, vexatious, and an absolute abuse of process.

Delivering her judgment, the Chief Justice said that the language used by the CCJ in its June 18 decision made it “…evident that the effect of the NCM was the immediate resignation of Cabinet, but the Court clearly stated that notwithstanding this, the tenure in office of the Cabinet, including the President, as well as Government as a whole, “is on a different footing” – is that of a caretaker mode consequent to the passage of the said NCM.”

The Chief Justice further said that in these circumstances “there could not have been, and cannot be any requirement for a mandatory order compelling Cabinet including the Government to give effect to the resignation of the Cabinet, including the President…”

 
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CHIEF JUSTICE DENIES ORDERS SEEKING TO COMPEL PRESIDENT, CABINET TO RESIGN

Chief Justice (ag) Roxane George-Wiltshire on Wednesday denied orders sought by former Attorney General Anil Nandlall to compel the President and Cabinet to resign. She said the application by Mr Nandlall was not only wholly misconceived, but it is vexatious and an absolute abuse of the process of the court.

The Chief Justice relied on the judgement of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) in its consequential orders of July 12. The CCJ, after ruling on consolidated appeals had stated that the government is on a different footing after the passage of the December 21 No Confidence motion and should behave as a caretaker.

Nandlall had argued that the CCJ had omitted to give a mandatory order compelling the President and Cabinet to resign. But the Chief Justice ruled that she was bound by the orders of the CCJ. She said the pronouncements of the CCJ and the orders made in the consequential judgement of July 12 must be read dispassionately and objectively.

 

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I do believe that the CCJ erred in judgement by thinking that the PNC will behave in a civilized manner and know that September 18th was the drop dead deadline for elections. That was an error. The PNC always has to be forced to do the right things.

Perhaps, the Chief Justice is in a continual mode of "acting" and unaware of the basic issues of the law/constitution of Guyana.

The CCJ ruled that no confidence vote in December 2018 is VALID; hence the government must resign and conduct an election within three months.

The three months should start from the date of the official CCJ decision.

The three-months period has passed hence the government is functioning contrary to the Guyana constitution.

Demerara_Guy posted:

Perhaps, the Chief Justice is in a continual mode of "acting" and unaware of the basic issues of the law/constitution of Guyana.

The CCJ ruled that no confidence vote in December 2018 is VALID; hence the government must resign and conduct an election within three months.

The three months should start from the date of the official CCJ decision.

The three-months period has passed hence the government is functioning contrary to the Guyana constitution.

The highlighted part of the statement is incorrect.

Django posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:

Perhaps, the Chief Justice is in a continual mode of "acting" and unaware of the basic issues of the law/constitution of Guyana.

The CCJ ruled that no confidence vote in December 2018 is VALID; hence the government must resign and conduct an election within three months.

The three months should start from the date of the official CCJ decision.

The three-months period has passed hence the government is functioning contrary to the Guyana constitution.

The highlighted part of the statement is incorrect.

What does section 106, subsections (6) & (7) of Guyana Constitution say on this specific matter?

Demerara_Guy posted:
Django posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:

Perhaps, the Chief Justice is in a continual mode of "acting" and unaware of the basic issues of the law/constitution of Guyana.

The CCJ ruled that no confidence vote in December 2018 is VALID; hence the government must resign and conduct an election within three months.

The three months should start from the date of the official CCJ decision.

The three-months period has passed hence the government is functioning contrary to the Guyana constitution.

The highlighted part of the statement is incorrect.

What does section 106, subsections (6) & (7) of Guyana Constitution say on this specific matter?

Government conduct elections in Guyana ?

Django posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:
Django posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:

Perhaps, the Chief Justice is in a continual mode of "acting" and unaware of the basic issues of the law/constitution of Guyana.

The CCJ ruled that no confidence vote in December 2018 is VALID; hence the government must resign and conduct an election within three months.

The three months should start from the date of the official CCJ decision.

The three-months period has passed hence the government is functioning contrary to the Guyana constitution.

The highlighted part of the statement is incorrect.

What does section 106, subsections (6) & (7) of Guyana Constitution say on this specific matter?

Government conduct elections in Guyana ?

Section 106, subsections (6) & (7), Guyana Constitution on the procedure for a successful no confidence vote in parliament.

Section 106

(6) The Cabinet including the President shall resign if the Government is defeated by the vote of a majority of all the elected members of the National Assembly on a vote of confidence.

(7) Notwithstanding its defeat, the Government shall remain in office and shall hold an election within three months, or such longer period as the National Assembly shall by resolution supported by not less than two-thirds of the votes of all the elected members of the National Assembly determine, and shall resign after the President takes the oath of office following the election.”

Demerara_Guy posted:
Django posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:
Django posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:

Perhaps, the Chief Justice is in a continual mode of "acting" and unaware of the basic issues of the law/constitution of Guyana.

The CCJ ruled that no confidence vote in December 2018 is VALID; hence the government must resign and conduct an election within three months.

The three months should start from the date of the official CCJ decision.

The three-months period has passed hence the government is functioning contrary to the Guyana constitution.

The highlighted part of the statement is incorrect.

What does section 106, subsections (6) & (7) of Guyana Constitution say on this specific matter?

Government conduct elections in Guyana ?

Section 106, subsections (6) & (7), Guyana Constitution on the procedure for a successful no confidence vote in parliament.

Section 106

(6) The Cabinet including the President shall resign if the Government is defeated by the vote of a majority of all the elected members of the National Assembly on a vote of confidence.

(7) Notwithstanding its defeat, the Government shall remain in office and shall hold an election within three months, or such longer period as the National Assembly shall by resolution supported by not less than two-thirds of the votes of all the elected members of the National Assembly determine, and shall resign after the President takes the oath of office following the election.”

Please go easy pun the chap.

Demerara_Guy posted:
Django posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:
Django posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:

Perhaps, the Chief Justice is in a continual mode of "acting" and unaware of the basic issues of the law/constitution of Guyana.

The CCJ ruled that no confidence vote in December 2018 is VALID; hence the government must resign and conduct an election within three months.

The three months should start from the date of the official CCJ decision.

The three-months period has passed hence the government is functioning contrary to the Guyana constitution.

The highlighted part of the statement is incorrect.

What does section 106, subsections (6) & (7) of Guyana Constitution say on this specific matter?

Government conduct elections in Guyana ?

Section 106, subsections (6) & (7), Guyana Constitution on the procedure for a successful no confidence vote in parliament.

Section 106

(6) The Cabinet including the President shall resign if the Government is defeated by the vote of a majority of all the elected members of the National Assembly on a vote of confidence.

(7) Notwithstanding its defeat, the Government shall remain in office and shall hold an election within three months, or such longer period as the National Assembly shall by resolution supported by not less than two-thirds of the votes of all the elected members of the National Assembly determine, and shall resign after the President takes the oath of office following the election.”

"Conduct" and "Hold" does not have the same meaning.

kp posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:
Django posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:
Django posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:

Perhaps, the Chief Justice is in a continual mode of "acting" and unaware of the basic issues of the law/constitution of Guyana.

The CCJ ruled that no confidence vote in December 2018 is VALID; hence the government must resign and conduct an election within three months.

The three months should start from the date of the official CCJ decision.

The three-months period has passed hence the government is functioning contrary to the Guyana constitution.

The highlighted part of the statement is incorrect.

What does section 106, subsections (6) & (7) of Guyana Constitution say on this specific matter?

Government conduct elections in Guyana ?

Section 106, subsections (6) & (7), Guyana Constitution on the procedure for a successful no confidence vote in parliament.

Section 106

(6) The Cabinet including the President shall resign if the Government is defeated by the vote of a majority of all the elected members of the National Assembly on a vote of confidence.

(7) Notwithstanding its defeat, the Government shall remain in office and shall hold an election within three months, or such longer period as the National Assembly shall by resolution supported by not less than two-thirds of the votes of all the elected members of the National Assembly determine, and shall resign after the President takes the oath of office following the election.”

Please go easy pun the chap.

Looks like you lack  comprehension of the English Language, does "Hold" and "Conduct " have the same meaning ??

It’s written in black and white , is only them “FOOLS “ in government and GNI trying to rewrite the judgement.  

Delivering her judgment, the Chief Justice said that the language used by the CCJ in its June 18 decision made it “…evident that the effect of the NCM was the immediate resignation of Cabinet, but the Court clearly state  that notwithstanding this, the tenure in office of the Cabinet, including the President, as well as Government as a whole, “is on a different footing” – is that of a caretaker mode consequent to the passage of the said NCM.”

Dave posted:

It’s written in black and white , is only them “FOOLS “ in government and GNI trying to rewrite the judgement.  

Delivering her judgment, the Chief Justice said that the language used by the CCJ in its June 18 decision made it “…evident that the effect of the NCM was the immediate resignation of Cabinet, but the Court clearly state  that notwithstanding this, the tenure in office of the Cabinet, including the President, as well as Government as a whole, “is on a different footing” – is that of a caretaker mode consequent to the passage of the said NCM.”

The basis of the Chief Justice’s decision was that the issue was a live one before the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), which pronounced on the matter. In those circumstance, she said, a court of first instance, which she sat as, is bound to that decision by the principle of precedent. Consequently, and since Nandlall was a party to those proceedings, the application was dismissed as wholly misconceived, vexatious, and an absolute abuse of process.

Delivering her judgment, the Chief Justice said that the language used by the CCJ in its June 18 decision made it “…evident that the effect of the NCM was the immediate resignation of Cabinet, but the Court clearly stated that notwithstanding this, the tenure in office of the Cabinet, including the President, as well as Government as a whole, “is on a different footing” – is that of a caretaker mode consequent to the passage of the said NCM.”

The Chief Justice further said that in these circumstances “there could not have been, and cannot be any requirement for a mandatory order compelling Cabinet including the Government to give effect to the resignation of the Cabinet, including the President…”

 

You don't pick and choose, that's for low level thinkers, read again!!!

Django posted:
Dave posted:

It’s written in black and white , is only them “FOOLS “ in government and GNI trying to rewrite the judgement.  

Delivering her judgment, the Chief Justice said that the language used by the CCJ in its June 18 decision made it “…evident that the effect of the NCM was the immediate resignation of Cabinet, but the Court clearly state  that notwithstanding this, the tenure in office of the Cabinet, including the President, as well as Government as a whole, “is on a different footing” – is that of a caretaker mode consequent to the passage of the said NCM.”

The basis of the Chief Justice’s decision was that the issue was a live one before the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), which pronounced on the matter. In those circumstance, she said, a court of first instance, which she sat as, is bound to that decision by the principle of precedent. Consequently, and since Nandlall was a party to those proceedings, the application was dismissed as wholly misconceived, vexatious, and an absolute abuse of process.

Delivering her judgment, the Chief Justice said that the language used by the CCJ in its June 18 decision made it “…evident that the effect of the NCM was the immediate resignation of Cabinet, but the Court clearly stated that notwithstanding this, the tenure in office of the Cabinet, including the President, as well as Government as a whole, “is on a different footing” – is that of a caretaker mode consequent to the passage of the said NCM.”

The Chief Justice further said that in these circumstances “there could not have been, and cannot be any requirement for a mandatory order compelling Cabinet including the Government to give effect to the resignation of the Cabinet, including the President…”

 

You don't pick and choose, that's for low level thinkers, read again!!!

I am now convinced you are the low level thinker. You should asked questions if a comment is difficult for you to understand. 
sometimes it better to shut up than expose your ignorance, then you look like a bigger fool. 


I quote the CJ remarks as a reference of how the illegal government is abusing the constitution...I did not edit or add to what she said. 

 The government is required by the constitution to call election after 3 months of the NCM. 

Dave posted:
Django posted:
Dave posted:

It’s written in black and white , is only them “FOOLS “ in government and GNI trying to rewrite the judgement.  

Delivering her judgment, the Chief Justice said that the language used by the CCJ in its June 18 decision made it “…evident that the effect of the NCM was the immediate resignation of Cabinet, but the Court clearly state  that notwithstanding this, the tenure in office of the Cabinet, including the President, as well as Government as a whole, “is on a different footing” – is that of a caretaker mode consequent to the passage of the said NCM.”

The basis of the Chief Justice’s decision was that the issue was a live one before the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), which pronounced on the matter. In those circumstance, she said, a court of first instance, which she sat as, is bound to that decision by the principle of precedent. Consequently, and since Nandlall was a party to those proceedings, the application was dismissed as wholly misconceived, vexatious, and an absolute abuse of process.

Delivering her judgment, the Chief Justice said that the language used by the CCJ in its June 18 decision made it “…evident that the effect of the NCM was the immediate resignation of Cabinet, but the Court clearly stated that notwithstanding this, the tenure in office of the Cabinet, including the President, as well as Government as a whole, “is on a different footing” – is that of a caretaker mode consequent to the passage of the said NCM.”

The Chief Justice further said that in these circumstances “there could not have been, and cannot be any requirement for a mandatory order compelling Cabinet including the Government to give effect to the resignation of the Cabinet, including the President…”

 

You don't pick and choose, that's for low level thinkers, read again!!!

I am now convinced you are the low level thinker. You should asked questions if a comment is difficult for you to understand. 
sometimes it better to shut up than expose your ignorance, then you look like a bigger fool. 


I quote the CJ remarks as a reference of how the illegal government is abusing the constitution...I did not edit or add to what she said. 

 The government is required by the constitution to call election after 3 months of the NCM. 

Nonsense , everyone knows what the CJ said , how many times the same old repeating. Election date is called is it not ? you jumped in trying to back up the mistake of your com-padre. Try reading what you wrote before hitting the enter key , sounds like kindergartner.

You all like hawks ready for the kill, doesn't take much to accept a mistake. Any way the world judging ayuh.

The reality is that elections must be held within 90 days of the successful passage of a NCV. That should have been done by March 22, 2019. Anyone making any arguments or excuses as to why elections were not held by March 22, 2019 is aligning themselves with the morally poor. Nagamootoo said on the night of December 21, 2018 that he will respect the vote. Granger repeated Nagamootoo's promise from his hospital bed in Cuba the following day. Then all the non-PPP supporters collectively lost their integrity.

If the PPP had refused to adhere to a NCV and did not vacate office and hold an election within 90 days,  the PNC  tribe would be burning the  country. Their supporters on GNI knows that fact. Look for their lawless behavior when they loose the election in 2020.

kp posted:

If the PPP had refused to adhere to a NCV and did not vacate office and hold an election within 90 days,  the PNC  tribe would be burning the  country. Their supporters on GNI knows that fact. Look for their lawless behavior when they loose the election in 2020.

Undeniable truths.

The day Ramotar prorogued parliament, he announced the elections day. Yet the PNC were threatening the PPP government during that time.

This cancerous sore Granger didn't even have the courage or decency to stand up and make an official declaration for elections day. Instead, he cowardly had someone else make the declaration on his behalf. But even as his half ass declaration is now published, he still does not have the decency to dissolve parliament. Somehow he argues that since there is a half ass declaration that elections are on March 2, 2020, he has until December 2 to dissolve parliament. Come December 2, 2019, he will go into hiding again or stuff his mouth up his ass.

And through all of this the Coalition followers still follow blindly and without remorse.

Django posted:
Dave posted:
Django posted:
Dave posted:

It’s written in black and white , is only them “FOOLS “ in government and GNI trying to rewrite the judgement.  

Delivering her judgment, the Chief Justice said that the language used by the CCJ in its June 18 decision made it “…evident that the effect of the NCM was the immediate resignation of Cabinet, but the Court clearly state  that notwithstanding this, the tenure in office of the Cabinet, including the President, as well as Government as a whole, “is on a different footing” – is that of a caretaker mode consequent to the passage of the said NCM.”

The basis of the Chief Justice’s decision was that the issue was a live one before the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), which pronounced on the matter. In those circumstance, she said, a court of first instance, which she sat as, is bound to that decision by the principle of precedent. Consequently, and since Nandlall was a party to those proceedings, the application was dismissed as wholly misconceived, vexatious, and an absolute abuse of process.

Delivering her judgment, the Chief Justice said that the language used by the CCJ in its June 18 decision made it “…evident that the effect of the NCM was the immediate resignation of Cabinet, but the Court clearly stated that notwithstanding this, the tenure in office of the Cabinet, including the President, as well as Government as a whole, “is on a different footing” – is that of a caretaker mode consequent to the passage of the said NCM.”

The Chief Justice further said that in these circumstances “there could not have been, and cannot be any requirement for a mandatory order compelling Cabinet including the Government to give effect to the resignation of the Cabinet, including the President…”

 

You don't pick and choose, that's for low level thinkers, read again!!!

I am now convinced you are the low level thinker. You should asked questions if a comment is difficult for you to understand. 
sometimes it better to shut up than expose your ignorance, then you look like a bigger fool. 


I quote the CJ remarks as a reference of how the illegal government is abusing the constitution...I did not edit or add to what she said. 

 The government is required by the constitution to call election after 3 months of the NCM. 

Nonsense , everyone knows what the CJ said , how many times the same old repeating. Election date is called is it not ? you jumped in trying to back up the mistake of your com-padre. Try reading what you wrote before hitting the enter key , sounds like kindergartner.

You all like hawks ready for the kill, doesn't take much to accept a mistake. Any way the world judging ayuh.

You are a dummy. I quote the CJ remarks to show there was no need  to go to a court and asked the jackass dictator government to resign, when she quote the decision of the CCJ date of June 18. The constitution should follow immediately. Section 106, subsections (6) & (7), Guyana Constitution on the procedure for a successful no confidence vote in parliament.

I saw everyone trying to explain the constitution to you , but ayo brain dead hence its so difficult.

Anyhow, I am done with further discussion on this topic. Either ayo ignorant or ayo playing stupid to frustrate everyone what the constitution say.     

Dave posted:
Django posted:
Dave posted:
Django posted:
Dave posted:

It’s written in black and white , is only them “FOOLS “ in government and GNI trying to rewrite the judgement.  

Delivering her judgment, the Chief Justice said that the language used by the CCJ in its June 18 decision made it “…evident that the effect of the NCM was the immediate resignation of Cabinet, but the Court clearly state  that notwithstanding this, the tenure in office of the Cabinet, including the President, as well as Government as a whole, “is on a different footing” – is that of a caretaker mode consequent to the passage of the said NCM.”

The basis of the Chief Justice’s decision was that the issue was a live one before the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), which pronounced on the matter. In those circumstance, she said, a court of first instance, which she sat as, is bound to that decision by the principle of precedent. Consequently, and since Nandlall was a party to those proceedings, the application was dismissed as wholly misconceived, vexatious, and an absolute abuse of process.

Delivering her judgment, the Chief Justice said that the language used by the CCJ in its June 18 decision made it “…evident that the effect of the NCM was the immediate resignation of Cabinet, but the Court clearly stated that notwithstanding this, the tenure in office of the Cabinet, including the President, as well as Government as a whole, “is on a different footing” – is that of a caretaker mode consequent to the passage of the said NCM.”

The Chief Justice further said that in these circumstances “there could not have been, and cannot be any requirement for a mandatory order compelling Cabinet including the Government to give effect to the resignation of the Cabinet, including the President…”

 

You don't pick and choose, that's for low level thinkers, read again!!!

I am now convinced you are the low level thinker. You should asked questions if a comment is difficult for you to understand. 
sometimes it better to shut up than expose your ignorance, then you look like a bigger fool. 


I quote the CJ remarks as a reference of how the illegal government is abusing the constitution...I did not edit or add to what she said. 

 The government is required by the constitution to call election after 3 months of the NCM. 

Nonsense , everyone knows what the CJ said , how many times the same old repeating. Election date is called is it not ? you jumped in trying to back up the mistake of your com-padre. Try reading what you wrote before hitting the enter key , sounds like kindergartner.

You all like hawks ready for the kill, doesn't take much to accept a mistake. Any way the world judging ayuh.

You are a dummy. I quote the CJ remarks to show there was no need  to go to a court and asked the jackass dictator government to resign, when she quote the decision of the CCJ date of June 18. The constitution should follow immediately. Section 106, subsections (6) & (7), Guyana Constitution on the procedure for a successful no confidence vote in parliament.

I saw everyone trying to explain the constitution to you , but ayo brain dead hence its so difficult.

Anyhow, I am done with further discussion on this topic. Either ayo ignorant or ayo playing stupid to frustrate everyone what the constitution say.     

Another piece of tripe , as expected from low level thinkers , your post says it.

Have a great day !!!!

Django posted:
Dave posted:
Django posted:
Dave posted:
Django posted:
Dave posted:

It’s written in black and white , is only them “FOOLS “ in government and GNI trying to rewrite the judgement.  

Delivering her judgment, the Chief Justice said that the language used by the CCJ in its June 18 decision made it “…evident that the effect of the NCM was the immediate resignation of Cabinet, but the Court clearly state  that notwithstanding this, the tenure in office of the Cabinet, including the President, as well as Government as a whole, “is on a different footing” – is that of a caretaker mode consequent to the passage of the said NCM.”

The basis of the Chief Justice’s decision was that the issue was a live one before the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), which pronounced on the matter. In those circumstance, she said, a court of first instance, which she sat as, is bound to that decision by the principle of precedent. Consequently, and since Nandlall was a party to those proceedings, the application was dismissed as wholly misconceived, vexatious, and an absolute abuse of process.

Delivering her judgment, the Chief Justice said that the language used by the CCJ in its June 18 decision made it “…evident that the effect of the NCM was the immediate resignation of Cabinet, but the Court clearly stated that notwithstanding this, the tenure in office of the Cabinet, including the President, as well as Government as a whole, “is on a different footing” – is that of a caretaker mode consequent to the passage of the said NCM.”

The Chief Justice further said that in these circumstances “there could not have been, and cannot be any requirement for a mandatory order compelling Cabinet including the Government to give effect to the resignation of the Cabinet, including the President…”

 

You don't pick and choose, that's for low level thinkers, read again!!!

I am now convinced you are the low level thinker. You should asked questions if a comment is difficult for you to understand. 
sometimes it better to shut up than expose your ignorance, then you look like a bigger fool. 


I quote the CJ remarks as a reference of how the illegal government is abusing the constitution...I did not edit or add to what she said. 

 The government is required by the constitution to call election after 3 months of the NCM. 

Nonsense , everyone knows what the CJ said , how many times the same old repeating. Election date is called is it not ? you jumped in trying to back up the mistake of your com-padre. Try reading what you wrote before hitting the enter key , sounds like kindergartner.

You all like hawks ready for the kill, doesn't take much to accept a mistake. Any way the world judging ayuh.

You are a dummy. I quote the CJ remarks to show there was no need  to go to a court and asked the jackass dictator government to resign, when she quote the decision of the CCJ date of June 18. The constitution should follow immediately. Section 106, subsections (6) & (7), Guyana Constitution on the procedure for a successful no confidence vote in parliament.

I saw everyone trying to explain the constitution to you , but ayo brain dead hence its so difficult.

Anyhow, I am done with further discussion on this topic. Either ayo ignorant or ayo playing stupid to frustrate everyone what the constitution say.     

Another piece of tripe , as expected from low level thinkers , your post says it.

Have a great day !!!!

lol 

Django is neither a dummy nor playing one.  He just have a certain prejudicial mindset against anything PPP.  So he pecks through information and data, harvest the pieces which buttress his preconceived notions and amp it up and slant it to drown out any other contradictions!  Then he actually believes himself!

Nuff people stay suh!

Dave posted:
 

I quote the CJ remarks to show there was no need  to go to a court and asked the jackass dictator government to resign, when she quote the decision of the CCJ date of June 18. The constitution should follow immediately. Section 106, subsections (6) & (7), Guyana Constitution on the procedure for a successful no confidence vote in parliament.

 

Exactly. The predominant PNC led Coalition should have done what Nagamootoo promised to do on December 21, 2018 and which was repeated by Granger on December 22, 2018 and everything would have been legit. Instead they dragged the country into a constitutional crises forcing the international funders to threaten that vital programs are in jeopardy. The CCJ was clear that notwithstanding the delay shenanigans by the Coalition, September 18, 2019 was the revised deadline for elections. That was a whole month ago. Today is almost 7 months since the original deadline. There is no excuse for the Coalition's behavior and anyone seeking to make any arguments or excuses for them is doing themselves a great disservice. 

Baseman posted:
Django posted:
Baseman posted:

  He just have a certain prejudicial mindset against anything PPP. 

Not wholly true , i am not in support of Rat man and his gang.

Ok, not wholly, just 95%!😁

The percentage have to mark down.

alena06 posted:
Django posted:
Baseman posted:

  He just have a certain prejudicial mindset against anything PPP. 

Not wholly true , i am not in support of Rat man and his gang.

Uncle Django musse getting benefits from Soulja bai. 😀

Naah , nothing .

kp posted:
Django posted:
Baseman posted:

  He just have a certain prejudicial mindset against anything PPP. 

Not wholly true , i am not in support of Rat man and his gang.

You envy the blasted man, so move on and get a life

My foot !!! 

He is political RAT.

Django posted:
alena06 posted:
Django posted:
Baseman posted:

  He just have a certain prejudicial mindset against anything PPP. 

Not wholly true , i am not in support of Rat man and his gang.

Uncle Django musse getting benefits from Soulja bai. 😀

Naah , nothing .

Then yuh shouldn't put yuhself through all dis bludgeoning bai. There should always be some return on input. My return is that this is entertainment.  This board is predominantly PPP populated so it makes no sense fighting the Coalition's battle for them. Especially since they have proven that they don't care to 'appreciate' it. Look how they kicked Mitwah and GR to the curb. 

Django posted:
kp posted:
Django posted:
Baseman posted:

  He just have a certain prejudicial mindset against anything PPP. 

Not wholly true , i am not in support of Rat man and his gang.

You envy the blasted man, so move on and get a life

My foot !!! 

He is political RAT.

But so is Granger but you don't hold Granger to the same level of contempt my brother. I am not a supporter of Jagdeo. I am not even a supporter of the PPP. However, I am vehemently against the PNC and use the PPP as the vehicle by which I solidify my contempt for the PNC.

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