An explainer of the recent event in Parliament involving a complicated piece of legislation.
The most important role of the MPs is their legislative powers, and the kind of laws that they make will directly impact our lives.
We need to understand and submit to the consistent laws of cause and effect of the world.
Nature thrives on diversity and we humans also need to learn to embrace our differences.
Some are already asking: in the midst of so many skilled and experienced politicians, when will the compassionate statesman be born?
We need to forge a new way of thinking and go ‘headhunting’ for political leaders who are unafraid of thinking citizens.
If we want greater citizen participation in nation building, we must ensure that democracy flourishes.
Those who are in authority have been trusted with tremendous power and control over us, and are supposed to know what to do.
The Chief Justice’s recent initiative to provide extensive guidelines on remand hearings is a reminder that the courts are indeed the last bastion of justice for the ordinary citizen.
Let us not abdicate our responsibility as a citizen, an adult and a human being.
IT is a good thing that the government has announced that Parliament will reconvene on July 26. It has been of major concern not only to some politicians but also to many thinking citizens.
We need to look inward honestly and change within what needs to be changed for everyone’s benefit.
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