About a month ago, I posted the question on Facebook that asked: “What should the National Assembly discuss during the coming session?”
A whopping 1366 of my “friends” voted on the 73 answers they generated themselves. This morning the situation looked like this:
The top five answers, as you can see, are the Tobacco Act, corruption, disaster management, jobs and sports.
But there are many other suggestions. They include citizenship, social security national security, agriculture, irrigation; health, music, alcohol, FDI, BCSR, PCS and DSA.
One enlightened friend suggested that we discuss “How to liberate people from suffering”. And another suggested that the National Assembly “Discuss on raising their pay again”!
Thank you for your suggestions. We – Dasho Damcho and I – will see how we can incorporate them in our discussions in the Parliament and the National Assembly. We’ll do our best.
But I’d like to invite some more suggestions, this time for the National Assembly’s “question hour”. If you have questions that you’d like us to ask the government, please post them here.
Obviously, I can’t guarantee that we’ll be able to attend to all your questions. But I will guarantee that we’ll do our best.
Thanks in advance.