Tuesday, 20 January 2009 1:44 PM

Sir Alan Kamakeza

I laud Mr. Sasako for his candid response. His reply clearly reinforces what I have been trying to stress earlier: the need for making impartial and candid analysis before barking in the media. Clearly, if Mr. Sasako had done his research well he would had known the underlying reason why the Parliament did not accord the same priviledge that it gave to Sir Alan to Messrs. Dau and Shanel. To suggest that there was a selective application of section 51 of the Constitution was purely an inference. I encourage Mr. Sasako to read Abraham's letter to the editor. The said letter contain facts about the issues discussed. I thank Mr. Sasako for sincerely responding to my letters and wish him well in his future endeavors. Kind regards and love from Ms Mola, Tahiti

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