Wednesday, August 29, 2007 - 16:36
The Kele’a reacts to suggestions by the Parliamentary Reform Committee chairman, Noble Luani, that political reform should proceed at an unhurried pace and not be aired publicly, while the topic was still being debated by the committee. It accuses Noble Luani of siding with the government and called for his immediate dismissal. It also blames the government for having bridled the committee and claims that political reform is now going in circles. The Kele’a advocates the termination of a committee that it describes as a waste of money, time, and a cause of people’s anger.