QUESTION OF THE DAY
The Attorney General welcomes any initiative that could breathe life to a Constitution that is said to be in a state of Coma by the head of its architects. The campaign against it has reduced in intensity while the campaign for it has increased in scope. More people are for action to salvage it even if it means doing away with certain clauses if that is within the law. Civil society is freeing itself from its shock and is taking a more proactive stance. Yet the concrete route from Coma to recovery is yet to be mapped out. In all interviews, the National Assembly member for Serre kunda claims that he has a plan under his sleeves.
The whole country should urge him to release or implement the plan so that something concrete becomes the subject of national debate. At the moment, only wishes ae being expressed. As the old saying goes with little caviar, if wishes were horses beggars would ride to prosperity.