Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Letter: Strange political behaviour from Dr Rowley

Some time ago, Opposition Leader, Dr Keith Rowley, firmly stated neither he nor the party leads shall be supporting the government on any matter. 

Since then, they have been sticking to their word, in the process jumping on or milking any anti-government bandwagon without consideration for the medium or long term impact on the nation. Their actions confirm people who conveniently stand for nothing, conveniently tend to fall for certain things.

It's passing strange, isn't it, how Dr Rowley refused to support the DNA Bill, refused to support the Hanging Bill, refused to support the Electronic Monitoring Bill, withdrew from the parliamentary Joint Select Committee set up to deal with procurement legislation, but endorsed the Administration of Justice (Indictable Proceedings) Act 2011? 

His odd stance about the Indictable Proceedings Act tends to make unbiased observers wonder if he was somehow hoping himself to profit from it. 

It's a view reinforced by his jumping on the Section 34 bandwagon only after he witnessed the public outcry against certain implications of the law he approved.

Dr Hermia Ophelia Tynsdale | SMR, Otaheite, South Trinidad.

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