ronan posted:
Django posted:

"The no confidence amendment is created by Article 106(6) and (7) of the Constitution. Article 106(6) provides that the “Cabinet including the President shall resign if the Government is defeated by the vote of the majority of all elected members of the National Assembly on a vote of confidence.” Article 106(7) provides that “Notwithstanding its defeat, the Government shall remain in office and shall hold an election within three months….and shall resign after the President takes the oath of office following the election.”

Article 106(6) automatically triggers the resignation of the Cabinet, which is defined by the Constitution as comprising the President, Prime Minister, Vice Presidents and Ministers, upon the passage of a no confidence vote. The resignation is stayed only to manage elections. By not resigning the President and Cabinet are violating the Constitution. The President’s characterization is that this is “a constitutional process which can have favourable outcomes for the nation.” The “favourable outcomes” can only be realized if the “constitutional process” is respected and the President and Cabinet resign."

extra-constitutional NONSENSE from Ralph Ramkarran

of a piece with the somersaults he's been engaging since his 'advice' to the PPP published on November 26

since then, he has effectively managed to pull off describing 'himself' as "ridiculously puerile" among other professionally insulting things without anybody who has read his shyte saying . . . whoa, whoa . . . Ralph . . . wait, wait

enabled by Stabroek News, he now seeks to place it all at the feet of Nigel Hughes

neat trick

Hey hey hey...one love snowie rowie...yuh battin foh yuh mattie 

Django posted:
Mitwah posted:
Drugb posted:

DJ tun the morality police on gNI, despite limitations on education. 

Is this not a form of personal attacks?

Leave the low grade achiever moron, i can deal with him.

Watch out the slop can and big black baigan jabber wocky drugberish.

Labba posted:
ronan posted:
Django posted:

"The no confidence amendment is created by Article 106(6) and (7) of the Constitution. Article 106(6) provides that the “Cabinet including the President shall resign if the Government is defeated by the vote of the majority of all elected members of the National Assembly on a vote of confidence.” Article 106(7) provides that “Notwithstanding its defeat, the Government shall remain in office and shall hold an election within three months….and shall resign after the President takes the oath of office following the election.”

Article 106(6) automatically triggers the resignation of the Cabinet, which is defined by the Constitution as comprising the President, Prime Minister, Vice Presidents and Ministers, upon the passage of a no confidence vote. The resignation is stayed only to manage elections. By not resigning the President and Cabinet are violating the Constitution. The President’s characterization is that this is “a constitutional process which can have favourable outcomes for the nation.” The “favourable outcomes” can only be realized if the “constitutional process” is respected and the President and Cabinet resign."

extra-constitutional NONSENSE from Ralph Ramkarran

of a piece with the somersaults he's been engaging since his 'advice' to the PPP published on November 26

since then, he has effectively managed to pull off describing 'himself' as "ridiculously puerile" among other professionally insulting things without anybody who has read his shyte saying . . . whoa, whoa . . . Ralph . . . wait, wait

enabled by Stabroek News, he now seeks to place it all at the feet of Nigel Hughes

neat trick

Hey hey hey...one love snowie rowie...yuh battin foh yuh mattie

i'm batting for TRUTH banna

neither you nor Ralph can rebut!

Mitwah posted:
Django posted:
Mitwah posted:
Drugb posted:

DJ tun the morality police on gNI, despite limitations on education. 

Is this not a form of personal attacks?

Leave the low grade achiever moron, i can deal with him.

Watch out the slop can and big black baigan jabber wocky drugberish.

VishMahabir posted:
Gilbakka posted:

Ralph says if Speaker Scotland accepts 34 as the majority and quashes his December 21 decision, from now until 2020 APNU+AFC will NEVER get any motion or bill passed with its 33 parliamentarians' votes. Excellent point.

Yes...but you know dem smart coalition people will split hairs and say a NC vote is different from passing laws...after all...a government has to work in the interest of the people....

I dont thing that is an immediate concern of the coalition....they looking for a reason to make the NC vote irrelevant.

Dem nah smart. Dem just wrang and strang. If dem wuz smart, dem shoulda been mo prepared when dam went tuh parliament on Dec 21st.

Gilbakka posted:
ronan posted:
Gilbakka posted:

Ralph says if Speaker Scotland accepts 34 as the majority and quashes his December 21 decision, from now until 2020 APNU+AFC will NEVER get any motion or bill passed with its 33 parliamentarians' votes. Excellent point.

Ralph laid out a case arguing the opposite on Nov. 26 . . . ask him

He later retracted.

But some people need to hang on to their unicorns. 

Django posted:

Article 106

106(6) and 106(7)

How many times the Government have to resign ????

Regarding Sections 106(6) and 106(7) ...

1. Government resigns. =Period=

2. Government then remains in office specifically for the elections to be conducted within three months.

3. Relative to point 2, the then government - a caretaker government - performs also routine functions as are needed.

4. The three month period can only be extended with the approval of, at least, two-thirds of the MPs.

Django posted:
Drugb posted:
Baseman posted:
Drugb posted:

DJ tun the morality police on gNI, despite limitations on education

When people go after you for shit dunking, don't complain!

Please, by his own admission right here on this forum. Did I ever admit to any of the shyte you people peddle about me? Never, yet you persist with personal attacks. 

Show where i have admitted that.

You tried that bullcrap for a long while, due to your  intellectual impotence rebutting any of my posts.

Don't mek me go pull up those posts where you asked the original drugb what he considered "educated".  

ksazma posted:
Gilbakka posted:
ronan posted:
Gilbakka posted:

Ralph says if Speaker Scotland accepts 34 as the majority and quashes his December 21 decision, from now until 2020 APNU+AFC will NEVER get any motion or bill passed with its 33 parliamentarians' votes. Excellent point.

Ralph laid out a case arguing the opposite on Nov. 26 . . . ask him

He later retracted.

But some people need to hang on to their unicorns. 

Ralph has the right to turn his back on his own considered opinion

however, changing his mind after the vote is not frivolous . . . he is, after all, a former Speaker of the House

it speaks to his credibility

and pretending that Nigel Hughes is some hallucinating PNC lunatic while disappearing his own analysis of Nov. 26 simply shreds his reputation

and does y'all enablers no bloody credit

for shame

ronan posted:
ksazma posted:
Gilbakka posted:
ronan posted:
Gilbakka posted:

Ralph says if Speaker Scotland accepts 34 as the majority and quashes his December 21 decision, from now until 2020 APNU+AFC will NEVER get any motion or bill passed with its 33 parliamentarians' votes. Excellent point.

Ralph laid out a case arguing the opposite on Nov. 26 . . . ask him

He later retracted.

But some people need to hang on to their unicorns. 

Ralph has the right to turn his back on his own considered opinion

however, changing his mind after the vote is not frivolous . . . he is, after all, a former Speaker of the House

it speaks to his credibility

 

I have to agree here. Either he does not understand the very constitution which he was sworn to uphold or he is wishy washy. 

Mr “voice of reason” lack credibility either way.

Django posted:

Article 106

106(6) and 106(7)

How many times the Government have to resign ????

There is no “bungled clause” in this section of the Constitution. The language is simple and precise. 106.6 refers to the action that the government has to take if it loses a no confidence vote and 106.7 states the time when the action has to be executed. According to the Constitution, the government is under no obligation to resign immediately after losing a NCV.

Mars posted:
Django posted:

Article 106

106(6) and 106(7)

How many times the Government have to resign ????

There is no “bungled clause” in this section of the Constitution. The language is simple and precise. 106.6 refers to the action that the government has to take if it loses a no confidence vote and 106.7 states the time when the action has to be executed. According to the Constitution, the government is under no obligation to resign immediately after losing a NCV.

Mars, they can resign and still remain in office. They just cannot carry on business as usual.

Mars posted:
 

There is no “bungled clause” in this section of the Constitution. The language is simple and precise. 106.6 refers to the action that the government has to take if it loses a no confidence vote and 106.7 states the time when the action has to be executed. According to the Constitution, the government is under no obligation to resign immediately after losing a NCV.

So the folks who are calling for resignation immediately after the NC vote, are clueless interpreting the Constitution.

Django posted:
Mars posted:
 

There is no “bungled clause” in this section of the Constitution. The language is simple and precise. 106.6 refers to the action that the government has to take if it loses a no confidence vote and 106.7 states the time when the action has to be executed. According to the Constitution, the government is under no obligation to resign immediately after losing a NCV.

So the folks who are calling for resignation immediately after the NC vote, are clueless interpreting the Constitution.

So says our lawyers who were trained on the streets in their respective workshops. 

skeldon_man posted:
Mars posted:
Django posted:

Article 106

106(6) and 106(7)

How many times the Government have to resign ????

There is no “bungled clause” in this section of the Constitution. The language is simple and precise. 106.6 refers to the action that the government has to take if it loses a no confidence vote and 106.7 states the time when the action has to be executed. According to the Constitution, the government is under no obligation to resign immediately after losing a NCV.

Mars, they can resign and still remain in office. They just cannot carry on business as usual.

Read 106.7. It clearly states when they have to resign. It’s the only clause which addresses the timeframe for resignation and it’s very clear.

Drugb posted:
Django posted:
Mars posted:
 

There is no “bungled clause” in this section of the Constitution. The language is simple and precise. 106.6 refers to the action that the government has to take if it loses a no confidence vote and 106.7 states the time when the action has to be executed. According to the Constitution, the government is under no obligation to resign immediately after losing a NCV.

So the folks who are calling for resignation immediately after the NC vote, are clueless interpreting the Constitution.

So says our lawyers who were trained on the streets in their respective workshops. 

Any one who understands English Language, can parse any thing that is written.

Unfortunately you lack such abilities, hence your asinine rebuttal.

Mars posted:

Read 106.7. It clearly states when they have to resign. It’s the only clause which addresses the timeframe for resignation and it’s very clear.

You are correct, and you have druggies endorsement to practice law in Guyana.

Mars posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Mars posted:
Django posted:

Article 106

106(6) and 106(7)

How many times the Government have to resign ????

There is no “bungled clause” in this section of the Constitution. The language is simple and precise. 106.6 refers to the action that the government has to take if it loses a no confidence vote and 106.7 states the time when the action has to be executed. According to the Constitution, the government is under no obligation to resign immediately after losing a NCV.

Mars, they can resign and still remain in office. They just cannot carry on business as usual.

Read 106.7. It clearly states when they have to resign. It’s the only clause which states the timeframe for resignation and it’s very clear.

Ok. So it says that "shall resign if the Government is defeated". Does this mean that there is no timeframe for them to resign? I doubt that this is what the framers of the constitution had in mind. I know your argument would say until an election is held. The government can delay the election for a long time.

skeldon_man posted:

Ok. So it says that "shall resign if the Government is defeated". Does this mean that there is no timeframe for them to resign? I doubt that this is what the framers of the constitution had in mind. I know your argument would say until an election is held. The government can delay the election for a long time.

There is no need for speculation as to what the framers of the constitution had in mind when they wrote the constitution. That is subjective and can go down several paths depending on who’s doing the dreaming. There is an explicit timeframe for resignation and it’s clearly stated in 106.7. No need for wild speculation.

Drugb posted:
ronan posted:
extra-constitutional NONSENSE from Ralph Ramkarran

of a piece with the somersaults he's been engaging since his 'advice' to the PPP published on November 26

since then, he has effectively managed to pull off describing 'himself' as "ridiculously puerile" among other professionally insulting things without anybody who has read his shyte saying . . . whoa, whoa . . . Ralph . . . wait, wait

enabled by Stabroek News, he now seeks to place it all at the feet of Nigel Hughes

neat trick

 Why rush to defend Nigel, a fellow who failed 1st form and was held back? This is the same fellow who tampered with evidence by removing the gas station killing video some years back. 

Do you understand this statement? How it proves that 33 is a majority? Even the slopster don't understand what was cut and pasted. 

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

non-sequitur ignorance and diversion shakeabatty in 'response'

banna, go read a real book, learn to reason like man, and stop wasting people's time

The government doesn’t have to shut up shop now and go home. They still need to continue running the country. However they need to begin preparing for elections to be held within 90 days from the NCV. What they cannot do during this 90 days window is pass new legislation.

ksazma posted:

The government doesn’t have to shut up shop now and go home. They still need to continue running the country. However they need to begin preparing for elections to be held within 90 days from the NCV. What they cannot do during this 90 days window is pass new legislation.

the only sane thing you and the rest of the shrieking herd have posted on this matter in a week

smh

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