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MSJ fails to see the bigger picture
What the Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) has done by pulling out from the governing People’s Partnership is to weaken the working class struggle for better conditions and social benefits. And even though the MSJ’s demands were “unreasonable and reckless,” Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has said the Government will try its best to address the MSJ concerns.
MSJ leader David Abdulah and his executive are behaving like little schoolboys and have failed to see the bigger picture of governance by inclusion. For too long the MSJ executive has camouflaged itself as responsible and productive and in the process has misled its members.
The MSJ has squandered an excellent opportunity to be part of the governing process and has deserted the working class in its time of need. For their premeditated, foolish actions, Abdulah and his executive will again try (as they have done numerous times before) to blame the Government for their miseries. All MSJ members must now stand up and demand accountability from their pigheaded leaders.
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