Kamarainba Slams Bio
The Leader and Chairman for the Alliance Democratic Party (ADP), Mohamed Kamarainba Mansaray (in photo) has discussed in a voicemail that, he promised to give President Retired Brigadier Julius Maada Bio a chance to demonstrate leadership quality within first 100 days in office but could not continue to keep sealed lips over what he described as the attempted legislative bridge by the leadership of the Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP).
He described the system of Parliament as good for our democracy because he said it is the first time for the opposition to be in majority and should have the Speaker in the House of Parliament.
The ADP former Presidential candidate recalled when Barrack Obama was President of United States of America (USA) as a Democrat, the Republican occupied majority in Parliament and has the Speaker but Barrack Obama work with them in the interest of development without any attempt to manipulate or disadvantaged the opposition
He said President Bio has no right to call Parliament when the newly elected Members of Parliament elected are yet to resume duty however called on old Members of Parliament to show up this time in Parliament because they have been called by the sitting President. “This unconstitutional behavior is not good for the peace and democracy of the country”, ADP Leader warned and called on President Bio to show leadership and advised that without having the Speaker, Maada Bio is still the President as in the case of President Obama.
He urged President Bio to allow Parliament to flow and claimed that it is only the outgoing Speaker that has the right and power to call Parliament.
The former flag bearer ended by calling on the entire country to stand firm and protect our peace and democracy we fought for and appealed to the SLPP leadership to allow Parliament operate independently or else it will not be good for our hard won democracy.
By Abdulai Mento Kamara
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