Monday, 19 January 2009 10:03 AM

Sir Allan Kemakeza

Dear Sir,
Ms Moala, writing from Tahiti, seems to suggest I have not given adequate thought before commenting publicly about parliament's action on the motion involving Sir Allan Kemakeza and indeed other issues.

As a matter of fact, I believe I have taken every precaution and consideration before going public.

Criticisms is a yardstick. It is used to measure certain things including societal alertness on issues.

I am glad my raising the issues have provided an opportunity to people, who otherwise might have never contributed, to come forward with their views on the matters of public importance.

Parliament and its action is something that members of the public ought to watch carefully.

What parliament does has repercusions that some times continue to be felt years from now.

Moala, like others, have not convinced me of their argument on the ongoing debate.

Alfred Sasako

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