The National Democratic Party (NDP) faction had anticipated yesterday’s address by the president to the state’s top college. Regrettably, this once more proved to be untrue. He “hit” the previous administration with lies and other falsehoods as usual. Rabin Parmessar, the head of the NDP section, concurred.
Parmessar claimed that he had believed, hoped, and expected that the president would strike a different tone and exhibit presidency than in the first half of this cabinet because of the worrying condition in the nation. The senator believes that it is crucial for all political parties to prioritize the interests of the country. The nation has reached a very important stage. ‘What has the population, the individuals who go home with an empty stomach, the consumer prices that fly out of the box every day and all sorts of things,’ he quoted without hesitation. Why should they care about the president’s complete speech? Zero comma zero, nothing.
The former minister recalled that dates are listed next to policy initiatives. The president’s lengthy speech, on the other hand, was only a string of meaningless platitudes. Parmessar noted that the fact that implementation enforcement measures are extremely lax is by no means novel. Value Added Tax, or VAT, was used as an illustration. Since its inception, this component has been severely abused, resulting in customer hangings on the gallows without any action from the authorities. The president has spoken on this topic multiple times, but the customer hasn’t noticed any changes.
The party leader had anticipated that the president would build bridges with all groups and parties in the nation, particularly in light of the ongoing hearings (preliminary discussions for a national conversation) that have been going on for a month. “But no, we must always attack the former administration. Parmessar could be able to concur in a limited sense if this were verified and presented with the appropriate numbers.