Monday, 13 October 2008 10:24 AM

MP Misconduct.

I for one thinks that when an individual intends to represent the people in parliament they should also follow all the process required for applying for a job in the public service or elsewhere.

They should also submit medical and police clearance apart from the normal process of reference from former employers or constituency chiefs.

There seems to be a lot of corruption happening with a lot of our politicians. They seem to forget that politics is for the people of the people and by the people. Therefore, a lot of privileges for the MPs should be removed and give them minimum wages. so that who ever enters politics dos so not for personal gain but for service for the Nation.


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