Dr Fako Likoti
ment in place.
What I fail to comprehend, is why Ntate Motanyane is even discussing the formation of government when there is one in place? An enlightened former speaker should know better than this.
I will humbly urge Ntate Motanyane to desist from being mischievous and enjoy his retirement in peace. This is completely out of order.
Ntate Motanyane claims that the speaker is guided by common sense. The question then becomes, can common sense be used while there is a government in power? Again, when do changes matter in the National Assembly to warrant the Council of State or His Majesty’s intervention?
These are some of the questions Ntate Motanyane should explain to us rather than giving us distorted and misplaced analysis.
What I would like to ask him is whether he did the same in 2014 when the Democratic Congress (DC) and Congress for Democracy (LCD) submitted a similar letter to him?
If not, why does he have so much interest in this current alliance? Should we therefore conclude that the former speaker failed to use common sense in 2014 when he was given a
Former National Assembly Speaker Sephiri motanyane.