Wednesday, 24 September 2008 9:33 AM

Waipora's Response

Waiporas responses tends to portray a negative connotation on PM's remarks on Provincial Government as not being agents of the Central Government. Based on Waipora's supposition, he (Waipora) could be constitutionally correct.

However, one must also consider the context and the line of thought from which such remarks by the Prime Minister was being made. Furthermore, a lot of inferences could be made from PM's remarks. Yet, none would be correct unless one considers the context of PM's speech.

In addition, if Waipora intended on politicizing the issue by way of discrediting PM's remarks, then he should refrain from making such demeaning comments.

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