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UNC trying 'Wag the Dog' tactics

Everyone knows that PNM has been trying to remove key persons who were suspected of being involved in UNCís voters padding affair from the Elections and Boundaries Commission. To date they have been unsuccessful. It is strange to now see UNC persons accusing the PNM of doing what they themselves clumsily did during the previous Elections.

If other citizens raised this concern I would take it seriously but I will give no credence to any claims coming from this bunch of dishonest UNC activists.

In spite of the arrest of several persons for voter padding, none of the UNC activists have acknowledged that there was voter padding committed by their supporters during the previous two general elections.

I expect more claims to surface in an attempt to divert public's attention from the cocaine and 'bomb' framing scandal and Panday's impending arrest.

Coincidentally, Panday has now agreed to continue talks on resolving the Elections stalemate.

I hope PNM is not making any deals to save his skin from jail in exchange for a UNC member to cross the floor when they call parliament. If that happens we must swiftly condemn the PNM and call for immediate elections.

No more "Wag the Dog" please.

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