Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Pity the Nation

Pity the Nation, where an announcement of talks between leaders is front page news and where failing of such talks is already expected.

Pity the nation, where men elected to the highest post of representing one's people, stay in corridors, refusing to do their work.

Then again, just ask yourself: when was the last time you had an open and frank political discussion with someone belonging to the opposing camp? (foreigners and journalists are excluded from answering).


Anonymous said...

As posted in other blogs, to not vote (by standing on the corridor) is democratic, at least it's part of the game. On the other side, those undercover negotiations (delaying the voting session) to agree/push on a "common" candidate is not: it defeats the purpose of the vote. Of course, exploding people isn't democratic... maybe it's the syrian democracy.