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Men and Men: Guardians of the Good

29 Sep

In a moment of reflection, I could not just help wondering the great responsibilities that have come to the shoulders of the men and men who have been placed to kick-start the new constitution for the Maldivian people. The members of the election commission, the supreme court bench, the judicial services commission and others have on them, the onous to make the right decisions.

The difficult thing is that there is little precedence, institutional memory and wisdom that are a function of good decisions; for these institutions. They have to do a rush job and ensure that it is done democratically, fairly and correctly. There is no democratic culture in us, yet everyone expects these immature institutions to do a first-class job void of any flaws, and therefore will not accept anything short of their personal belief.

That is an unfathomable challenge that the men and men who make up these institutions are faced with today. I can only empathize with them.

 

5 responses to “Men and Men: Guardians of the Good

  1. Anonymous

    October 3, 2008 at 3:41 am

    wisdom is not of our forefathers. we inherited laziness and craziness from them. they obey and not think. that is what men are doing in paradise. being lazy and crazy obedient.

     
  2. Anonymous

    September 29, 2008 at 5:04 pm

    Shihab is absolutely rite , “Men and Men : gurdians of Good “Shihab is referring to Gay culture within Maldives and how influential Gay community is in Maldives politics.”Men and Men” Hameed and Dhon manik……………..

     
  3. Anonymous

    September 29, 2008 at 3:00 pm

    if we know no one can come up with the right judgement free from prejudice, then let’s just forget about all this nonsense.

     
  4. Anonymous

    September 29, 2008 at 8:41 am

    in an environment where negetive energy is so highly activated,what is good for you may not apear as good for others.The current situation of maldives political arena is surrounded by this energy, I assume.Therefore, it is very unlikely that any one can up with a right judgement free from prejudice.at this moment aren`t we all going through a dark tunnel marching forward with a beautifully decorated slogan of “Qaumaigen kurina” towards a light of hope which might turned to be the head light of a fast moving train.

     
  5. Anonymous

    September 29, 2008 at 3:41 am

    Human Rights Commission is at the forefront of the elections. They are working to make sure that it is free and fair. The commission is made up of men and women. So the women have a say in the process. It’s not the men only. Please correct yourself.

     
 
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