Listen, I’m not saying it’s perfect but it’s the law of the land. You don’t pick and chose when and what to follow, that’s the law of the jungle. If you want change, there is a process. Short of that, it plain anarchy!
What a stupid analogy. Where is rigging part of a constitutional process? Why would I agree to accept a rigged outcome?
You talking sheer shyte!
Rigging is part of the constitutional process because this was the mechanism that this constitution was created. Guyanese played NO role in formulating the constitution, nor did they play a role in approving it, given the rigging.
I bet that if you comb through the laws of Guyana you will see some archaic rule from BRITISH Guiana referencing something inappropriate, but that was not changed. Should that law obeyed?
The constitutional crisis that we have is that we have an undemocratic constitution which the AFC was to spear head its removal. Loving the benefits of it the AFC "forgot".
Jagdeo could have used the NCV as a threat to force the Coalition to begin the process of removing this constitution, thereby rectifying a remaining vestige of Forbes Burnham. He did not. His motives are pure greed. And now the PPP has the problem of an idiot as its presidential candidate and PPP supporters screaming that this angers them, and reminds them why Jagdeo is inappropriate.