Public Order Act 2013-The Sheep Realizes He is Covered in Wool
The Public Order Act of 2013 has passed without debate in the National Assembly.
The SNP leader Wavel Ramkalawan has made a press release, saying he will now challenge the law in the Constitutional Court, another sheep act.
In the Electoral Commission, the PL agreed to send their leaders James Michel and Danny Faure to the Election Reform Conference, to give PL input on all legislation. They failed to do this and sent Simon Gill and Ralph Agripinne to the Conference. When SFP said this is a material breach of conditions, SNP and SUP ignored the protest and carried on while SFP boycott the process.
PL agreed not to change the proposals at the outset. Later National Assembly said it was free to do as it pleases with the proposals. The Attorney General sent a delegation to the meetings, but the delegation told the Election Commission it was instructed to take notes only. This lawyer resigned from the AG. SNP and SUP stayed in the meetings, the SFP boycott the meetings because the AG was not following terms of reference.
Today what do we have, Ramkalawan protesting the new law and saying he will take it to Constitutional Court.This is a sheeps answer when he realizes he is dressed in wool.
How many blunders will Ramkalawan make before his army of sheep wake up to realize that a sheep leader, cannot remove or even deal with a pack of wolves like PL. It take a lion to deal with wolves.
Go to Constitutional Court,for Three (3) years and appeals for another year, when you should be calling for unity and going into full on protest to repeal the Public Orders Act 2013.
SFP has been right all along, and SFP told everyone that PL will not keep their word. Why? Because, silly sheep, its their nature. Wolves take great pleasure on feeding on sheep. Now they are laughing at Ramkalawan and company all week.