Partygate, Misleading Parliament and British Politics
17 April at 13:27 ·
PRISON. LOSS OF PRIVILEGE, POWER & POSITION. PUBLIC HUMILIATION AND REVENGE.
That's why they won't resign.
Why dhould anyone ever havr to be asked to resign. It is their duty to stay the course as long as possible.
Shantanu Panigrahi No, it is their duty to not break the law. It is their duty to lead with honour and provide an example to the whole population. It is their duty to understand the difference between right and wrong and not to act wrongly at any time. Those are the minimum requirements for being a leader.
Nigel MacGeorge in a democracy only the electorate must express what the duties of the leader is.
What even if they are corrupt?
The only type of democracy that can be incorrupt is Libertarian Democracy: as soon as you have a life-time Monarch as Head of State, that power corrupts all in the State in their frenzy to earn their incomes as set out by the Monarchy in the Queens Speech and the Royal Assent to Bills passed in Parliament. Within that constitution it is the Prime Minister's duty to remain in office until the Monarch puts in place the mechanisms that she sees fit to remove the Prime Minister from Power. As things stand the Prime Minister has sole control of the Parliamentary Code of conduct and is subject to the existing democratic processes through Party politics. Only the Prime Minister's Party can decide whether the degree of corruption in his actions and general conduct in Parliament and at No 10 Downing Street were so intolerable that on the balance of what would be best for the Party at the next general election he should be removed from Leadership of the Party before then. In a libertarian democracy that is not a three-party system funded by the taxpayer there are free votes in Parliament to remove a Prime Minister with a vote of no confidence. So under the present regime, the Parliamentary Privileges Committee would be wasting their time and resources in investigating the Prime Minister. He would be able to get through whatever decision they take just as he will get though whatever decision the Metropolitan Police take on Fixed Penalty Notices and whatever is contained in Sue Gray’s Report on Partygate. Both Rishi Sunak and Boris Johnson are getting on with their jobs and are not deterred by Party politics from Keir Starmer and Shantanu Panigrahi
Ed Davey and Ian Blackford in the House of Commons as simply playing games with the electorate for the coming elections.