Blame the M.P.

Re: Villager tired of broken promises 

I do believe that this problem is not about the P.M. 

This is about the district M.P who represents the people of his district. He has to keep knocking and knocking and remind the Minister of this department about things that his district needs than just sit on his chair doing nothing.

There is nothing to be approved from the P.M. if the M.P. is not fighting hard and consider the people’s situation.

Things go by step in the Parliament from the M.P. to the Minister then the P.M.

Therefore people shouldn’t be waiting... keep going to the M.Ps until they get answers. The more they go they will soon get what they been waiting for.


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