It looks like the debate and analysis about the rejection of the 2022 budget are not ending anytime soon. Whiles the Majority in parliament are organising press conferences upon press conference to say that the budget is not rejected, the minority to are saying otherwise.
One minority member of parliament who loves to respond to the majority after their press conference is Sam George. He took to his social media handle to address the majority as people who only do shallow analysis. This is what he said, "Legal toiletries, sorry luminaries, so-called. Your partisan lenses have clouded your objectivity. Shame on you for your shallow analysis. I am in the chamber, come and get me".
Check out his response to a guy who told him to develop his constituency and stop talking on social media.
What are your thoughts on this comment by the member of Parliament for the minority side? Do you think there is going to be an agreement between both the majority and the minority concerning the budget?
Thanks for reading and have a good day.
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