Dear Editor – “I am still the premier”. I guess this is not a problem to Mr Topue and other colleagues who have been serving their boss faithfully and receiving residues being dropped off from Lance Tango’s table.
However, it is a problem to the self-reliance minority of Renbel who remain with principle and status. Those who’ve never sold their integrity nor subjective or even parasites
The advice from the office of the AG Chamber that Mr Lence Tago remains the legitimate premier can see it as another advice as the AG chamber’s view can be challenged.
While I appreciate his view, his opinion does not in any way convincing as he failed to justify and explain the democratic principle of majority rule.
Of course there is no further instruction as to what happen if the premier insisted and refused to step down.
Room for common sense was given to take its course because the Act demands that any government with minority rules should automatically disqualified Mr Tango.
In other words, democracy demands that one should step down if he/she runs a minority government.
Unfortunately, unless he’s got that brain to reason things out, it is difficult to see it on that dimension.
Therefore, I don’t think Mr Lance should boast about the AG’s personal view, for the game is still far from over.
To the defected members, whatever you need to show some kind of maturity and responsible attitudes, you don’t need Lance.
In fact he needs you guys to form his government so that you will support his Mining proposal with Bing Tang.
Never allow him to fullfil his claim that all of you are his commodities and can throw you here and there.
Stand firm and prove to him that you are not there because of him. Of course it is painful, but you need to accept the real situation and allow the province to dissolve immediately.
To the Minister, it will be sad and a pity for you to use Lance Tago as scapegoat.
With that I suggest that the province should dissolve and to be fair, no supervising roles to be given to both sides especially Lance or Johnston.
Actually they both proved their political incapability so why give them the supervising roles.
I strongly recommend that the supervising roles should be given to the public service to appoint any team to supervise the province at this time till the election time.
Keep these two sides out if you dissolve the provincial government.