Dr Fako Likoti

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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.

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