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MSJ makes partial withdrawal from PP

The Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) has shown its clear dissatisfaction with the Government—sort of.

MSJ’s political leader, David Abdullah, will not attend the People’s Partnership rally on Thursday due to unease with various governance issues and he also revealed that his party will withdraw from several boards.

But there will be no withdrawal from labour, business or government boards—for the good of the country, of course—which means that Abdullah will keep his post as Senator and Errol McLeod remains Labour Minister.

That is, of course, if the Lady PM accepts Abdullah’s partial withdrawal and spontaneous reshuffle of the leadership of her State boards.

At the risk of sounding sexist, women know better than men that partial pull-outs are a poor deterrent of pregnancies.

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