Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Nepal: The "Inconclusive" State

Who said our politicians are worthless?

Like death and taxes, our fearless fumbling fat-cats have regularly done their duty and provided the people of Nepal with one predictable, regular and guaranteed result:   deadlock.

Every time one of those redundant and  proceedurally confusing parliamentary meeting  of the "minds" is called, we can always guarantee it will end inconclusively.

blogdai suggests that the first step towards rebuilding governmental efficiency and saving the cost and expense of such meetings is to nominate one member of government to rise to his/her feet during session and shout out:  "I move that all meetings scheduled for today be resolved inconclusively."

There, I've just fixed the government



At 8:15 PM, July 06, 2011, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Inconclusev is a nice way of saying Nepal is a failed state.


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