HE Granger Update

Bibi Haniffa posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

The Cummingsburg Accord says that the President must come from the PNC.  Moses is not a PNC man.

Cummingsburg Accord is NOT THE LAW of Guyana. It is strictly a private agreement between the PNCR and AFC for personal and internal issues.

According to the laws of Guyana; should David Granger transition in life; Moses Nagamootoo will immediately become President of Guyana.

It will however happen that; perhaps within six months; a PNCR member will become President and Nagamootoo revert to Prime Minister.

So then the coalition govt is null and void.  The structure of the current government was based on the Cummingsburg Accord.

Dial the life line, for help "Does Cummingsburg Accord conflicts with the Constitution ? " while on the line ask if  "the coalition govt is null and void"

Instead of sounding foolish, read the Constitution on Elections in Guyana.

Bibi Haniffa posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

The Cummingsburg Accord says that the President must come from the PNC.  Moses is not a PNC man.

Cummingsburg Accord is NOT THE LAW of Guyana. It is strictly a private agreement between the PNCR and AFC for personal and internal issues.

According to the laws of Guyana; should David Granger transition in life; Moses Nagamootoo will immediately become President of Guyana.

It will however happen that; perhaps within six months; a PNCR member will become President and Nagamootoo revert to Prime Minister.

So then the coalition govt is null and void.  The structure of the current government was based on the Cummingsburg Accord.

... structure of the current government ...

Structure/composition of ministers is a personal matter between the parties in the Government; united as an entity before the election.

Again ... Cummingsburg Accord absolutely has no bearing nor connection with the constitution of Guyana.

Django posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

The Cummingsburg Accord says that the President must come from the PNC.  Moses is not a PNC man.

Cummingsburg Accord is NOT THE LAW of Guyana. It is strictly a private agreement between the PNCR and AFC for personal and internal issues.

According to the laws of Guyana; should David Granger transition in life; Moses Nagamootoo will immediately become President of Guyana.

It will however happen that; perhaps within six months; a PNCR member will become President and Nagamootoo revert to Prime Minister.

So then the coalition govt is null and void.  The structure of the current government was based on the Cummingsburg Accord.

Dial the life line, for help "Does Cummingsburg Accord conflicts with the Constitution ? " while on the line ask if  "the coalition govt is null and void"

Instead of sounding foolish, read the Constitution on Elections in Guyana.

Can’t you just Google.  Why make life so difficult?

Bibi Haniffa posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

The Cummingsburg Accord says that the President must come from the PNC.  Moses is not a PNC man.

Cummingsburg Accord is NOT THE LAW of Guyana. It is strictly a private agreement between the PNCR and AFC for personal and internal issues.

According to the laws of Guyana; should David Granger transition in life; Moses Nagamootoo will immediately become President of Guyana.

It will however happen that; perhaps within six months; a PNCR member will become President and Nagamootoo revert to Prime Minister.

So then the coalition govt is null and void.  The structure of the current government was based on the Cummingsburg Accord.

 No dawling, you mixing up tings.  But leh we wait.  If the rumors are true, it takes time and they will have a planned transition.  

Ayuh nah fite up. The banna still looking good!

Bibi Haniffa posted:
Gilbakka posted:
D2 posted:
Nehru posted:

Bhai, the man sick.

You think if he kick the bucket his wife should take over?

Only dear comrade Janet could do that and get off, friend. Sandra has to abide by the Constitution and vacate State House for Nehru's buddy Moses Nagamootoo.

The Cummingsburg Accord says that the President must come from the PNC.  Moses is not a PNC man.

True. The Cummingsburg Accord also says the Prime Minister must chair Cabinet meetings but the President hijacked that function from C-meeting #1, asserting that the Constitution takes precedence over the Accord.

Gilbakka posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted

The Cummingsburg Accord says that the President must come from the PNC.  Moses is not a PNC man.

True. The Cummingsburg Accord also says the Prime Minister must chair Cabinet meetings but the President hijacked that function from C-meeting #1, asserting that the Constitution takes precedence over the Accord.

i suggest that you 2 take a couple of deep breaths and read the Burnham constitution carefully where it addresses the [outside of elections] 'succession' question 

Django posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

The Cummingsburg Accord says that the President must come from the PNC.  Moses is not a PNC man.

Cummingsburg Accord is NOT THE LAW of Guyana. It is strictly a private agreement between the PNCR and AFC for personal and internal issues.

According to the laws of Guyana; should David Granger transition in life; Moses Nagamootoo will immediately become President of Guyana.

It will however happen that; perhaps within six months; a PNCR member will become President and Nagamootoo revert to Prime Minister.

So then the coalition govt is null and void.  The structure of the current government was based on the Cummingsburg Accord.

Dial the life line, for help "Does Cummingsburg Accord conflicts with the Constitution ? " while on the line ask if  "the coalition govt is null and void"

Instead of sounding foolish, read the Constitution on Elections in Guyana.

What's the number for the lifeline, I want to make a call.  And BTW, how come you didn't know the President is back in Guyana and supposedly doing quite well healthwise.  Politically, whole different story though.

Bibi Haniffa posted:
Django posted:

Dial the life line, for help "Does Cummingsburg Accord conflicts with the Constitution ? " while on the line ask if  "the coalition govt is null and void"

Instead of sounding foolish, read the Constitution on Elections in Guyana.

What's the number for the lifeline, I want to make a call.  And BTW, how come you didn't know the President is back in Guyana and supposedly doing quite well healthwise.  Politically, whole different story though.

Well no life line here and am not a PNC-ite. Glad to hear the Pezzi doing quite well,figured he will be fine.

Bibi Haniffa posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

The Cummingsburg Accord says that the President must come from the PNC.  Moses is not a PNC man.

Cummingsburg Accord is NOT THE LAW of Guyana. It is strictly a private agreement between the PNCR and AFC for personal and internal issues.

According to the laws of Guyana; should David Granger transition in life; Moses Nagamootoo will immediately become President of Guyana.

It will however happen that; perhaps within six months; a PNCR member will become President and Nagamootoo revert to Prime Minister.

So then the coalition govt is null and void.  The structure of the current government was based on the Cummingsburg Accord.

the accord is an agreement between the two parties. It is not law They can break it. It does not prescribe the legitimacy of coalitions that is a constitutional pejorative. Of course the constitution itself is a fraud so there. 

Keffer posted:
D2 posted:

Why did he not come to walter reid? They yanks will gladly accommodate him given we have oil!

Better yet; why did he not go to the Public Hospital Georgetown ??

I was speaking with respect to efficacy of treatment. If you are inclined to be sarcastic so be it. We all know the hospital is ill equipped for most advanced diagnostic or surgical needs. By brother died from a lack of reliable dialysis machines. 

Gilbakka posted:
Leonora posted:
D2 posted:

Why did he not come to walter reid? They yanks will gladly accommodate him given we have oil!

Not everything can be discussed publicly. I started feeling sorry for him when I heard news recently about why he's been so lowkey, looking so unwell, etc. God be with Guyana, our dear Guyana needs lots of prayers. 

Sounds like an ominous prognosis. Hope not.

I meant his state of mind and the things he's grieving about.

Leonora posted:
Gilbakka posted:
Leonora posted:
D2 posted:

Why did he not come to walter reid? They yanks will gladly accommodate him given we have oil!

Not everything can be discussed publicly. I started feeling sorry for him when I heard news recently about why he's been so lowkey, looking so unwell, etc. God be with Guyana, our dear Guyana needs lots of prayers. 

Sounds like an ominous prognosis. Hope not.

I meant his state of mind and the things he's grieving about.

OK.

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