Friday, September 30, 2016

Will We Have A New PM Before We Vote Again?

SAJ said he won't be able to complete a full term and that his son would take over. How would this happen? A bit like before Berenger started his 2-year stint in 2003? Can SAJ stay in Parliament? If he stays how does the President decide that he is no longer the one to command a majority but his son is?

Of course the massive and growing GDP shortfall will be unforgiving.

7 comments:

Sanjay Jagatsingh said...

Are you ready for our PM no. 5? We might also find out in half an hour how many MPs the MSM has poached over the last little while.

akagugo said...

Heh, normally, when a new PM goes for swearing in, it's a celebration of democracy, and the local folklore did not differ much from other established democracies.
But today, the irrational shutting of Port Louis' main arteries and the chokehold on the free movement of people puts a negative tint to the new PM's start. An oil stain on his CV...

Sanjay Jagatsingh said...

Badhain out. He'll tell us more tomorrow why.

Anonymous said...

Dites-moi, la cuisine qui peut roule pays la? Ca surement Boskalis qui peut coupe pomme d'amour.

akagugo said...

From the horse's mouth.
The least that we can see is that he seems quite stubborn to provoke the ones he was formerly adorating.
Accordingly SAJ gave a Rambo-esque reply, as expected.

Sanjay Jagatsingh said...

Listening to SAJ announcing his resignation the other day I wondered if we were not living in Westministerian monarchy.

Sanjay Jagatsingh said...

PJ not starting his PMship on the right foot. Kept flat tax, Basant Roi is has made christmans pudding out of our currency and Minister kare kare wants to sell CWA. And we haven't even started talking about the practice of aquatic taekwondo...