opposition in denial



I have not actually drawn anything for couple weeks. This one is almost thee weeks old one that ran in the Georgia Today. I don't think much needs to be said about it. Opposition has been and still is childish and that's it in a nutshell.

5 comments:

GL said...

Lost in the Bruhaha: Representing their constituents in parliament isn't something that MPs should do when they feel like it, or when it's in their political interest to... It's what they were elected to do. It's their job. If opposition MPs feel that they can't do their job, they should formally resign, so that there can be by-election and people can get the representation they need (and deserve).

jibs said...

On the background of all the election violations before, during and after the elections, entering parliament means only one thing: agreeing that the elections were legitimate. Entering the parliament where the ruling party sits with a constitutional majority, is close to entering the party headquarters as an outside observer.

Khatia said...

Funny! I am wondering how this type of people can get membership of parliament at all? They should stay home! Just sad that we have than always leaders which are selected only because there was no one else :)

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Khatia said...

I am wondering how this type of people get membership of parliament at all? they should stay home. Sad is just that we always have than such leaders which where selected only because there was no one else :)

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jaco said...

Briliant!:)