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December 2, 2021

I didn’t like it but I voted for it. Why?

Senior Politician Sir Julius Chan has given his reasons as to why he voted for the extension ofthe 30 month grace period.

He says by principle he is againstthe extension of any grace period as expressed inthe past but he respects that times are changing and a new breed of lLeadershave called for the change.

To put things into perspective Sir Julius Chan spoke about Japans political experience. He saysthe economic power has illustrated that political stability is not needed to be economically sound.

He’s always been opposed to any mandatory extension of time but he voted for the extension ofthe 30 month grace period because times have changed.

“I vote with my head not with my heart. I didn’trsquo;t like it but I voted for itowhy? because I helped formed this government,” says Sir Julius.

He saysthe frequency of votes of no confident votes is healthy because it keeps everyone ontheir toes.

“If thirty seven years is an indication of stability, I think we should cherish that we are still stable. Yeah,the government change but to me,the definition to stability is not governments and is not time. The stability of this nation is inthe transition of government.

Speaking aboutthe revoking ofthe age limit of Prime Ministersto seventy three, he saysthe Prime Minister has done a noble act. Everyone hasthe right to stand for the top post.

Be Meredith Kuusa


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