Above MP Galloway went as far as to denounce power-sharing as undemocratic. Like the respected MP, those of us who understand the political world understand the difference between power-sharing and democracy. Power-sharing is the road towards democracy, if a country is torn by civil war for example the horn of
We are often fooled by beautiful words like power-sharing, which should be more truly termed power-stealing because it is stealing from the people, stealing the right of the people to choose a government based on a political platform, it is also stealing accountability in the executive branch. The political oppositions have to a lot to gain from power-stealing, but ultimately their supporters have everything to loose.
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In layman’s language, imagine you want to build a house and you choose the best contracting firm to do the job (Democracy), but you are being forced to also hire part of the high priced competitors and the other firm that have a track record for shabby workmanship (Power-stealing).
Many supporters of power-stealing do so along racial and ethnic terms and points towards marginalization while they advocate disenfranchisement. I wonder which member of the PNC would like to explain to their supporters that in their power-sharing plan they would endorse the no-basis case for race and in turn guarantee