So it's now confirmed that the Government did steal the last election. But is there any remedy? Any at all?
In Thailand in such circumstances they tend to look to military action to punish such corruption. In the US there are remedies within the Constitution. Not here.
What's still to confirm is whether in fact there are any constitutional chains on government at all down here in this banana republic of the South Pacific. Darnton V Clark will confirm whether or not the few that do exist have any teeth, but you might like to set your mind to considering whether or not it's time to think about some formal constitutional safeguards to put some real chains on government.
After all, if a government can steal an election and get away with it, what else can they do? It's time for some chains.
LINKS: Cue Card Libertarianism - Constitution - Not PC (Peter Cresswell)
RELATED: Constitution, Politics-NZ, Darnton V Clark