|Memorandums of understanding
Quite apart from the impartial and objective manner in which you have expressed your views in your Editorial of 22. 10. 2001 under the heading "Gimmicks of Bribes", which seem as if you have taken them straight out of the mouths of those who had them close to their hearts.
The only thing they find is that in the very likely event of no party getting a working majority, the party that wins will have to ignore many matters in its manifesto and toe the line, sometimes conflicting, under the memorandums of understanding resulting in instability.
It therefore seems a matter of urgency and priority to have the present constitution replaced or amended. Otherwise the result would be what the majority of the people look forward to the reduction of the gap between the rich and the poor and the need to reduce the burden of the cost of living overlooked
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