The Roman Catholic Church (RCC) has waded into the functioning of Parliament. It complimented the action by the APNU/AFC coalition – to vote down the appropriation for preparing the site for the new Speciality Hospital. It pronounced enthusiastically, “This unprecedented development signalled the dawn of a new era.”
The government members in the House, according to the RCC, were quite out of line in “registering their anger, distress, and disagreement” with the APNU/AFC’s action. These latter paragons of parliamentary rectitude “through its comportment” showed how it’s to be done.
The Church has come home, no?
But shouldn't this body wade into more serious issues such as the increase in violence against women, the molestation of our kids and other ills which have impacted on the lives of many, including its members?