Demand 2003 electoral report

When will a full and honest discussion on Human Rights be presented to the people of the Cayman Islands?

The news media and government refuses to talk about the Boundary Commission Electoral Report of 2003.

This report must be put in place before the next election to give all the people equal protection of the laws and one person one vote to stop the disenfranchisement of over half of their citizens mostly women.

This report will give George Town two more seats and divide it into six single member voting districts dropping the cost of getting elected and allowing women a much better chance to get elected. West Bay and Bodden Town will have the same opportunities with the same amount of MLA as they have today.

It is a shame that government and its leaders refuse to put the most essential part of our country’s Human Rights puzzle in place. It is down right shameful that our leaders don’t have the foresight to engage in full honesty and transparency in the 21st century.

They want us to trust them, vote for them and respect them forgetting it’s a two way street.

I ask all fair minded people that believe in true democracy and honest government, to demand the Boundary Commission Electoral Report of 2003 be put in place before any election is held. It’s the right thing to do for the good of our country and all of our people.

Albert Jackson

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