The implementation of single member
consultancies is a must for human rights, international law and modernisation
of the Cayman Islands.
It can be argued that the political
parties control absolute power in these Islands under a fraud they call
democracy. In George Town alone, with single member districts, it would cost
about $4,500 for a person to have a reasonable chance to get elected to the
legislative assembly. Without this being put in to effect, you can spend $40,000
and still don’t make a good effort to get your message across to the voters
because you have to run district wide.
This violates one person one vote
and the parties will continue to control political power while women and
marginal candidates will not fully participate in the political process a major
violation of international human rights.
The two parties knew what they were
doing when they left this most important constitutional change out of the
constitutional review process. What I don’t understand is why the UK did not
complete the job.
One party represents power and privilege
and the other party represents cash and rule. Neither represents truth and justice.
The present system will not hold up under international law because it violates
basic human rights.
The leaders of government cannot
run with the foxes and hunt with the hounds on this one. Neither can the