Comments:Prime Minister of Vanuatu loses seat over paperwork error

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It is idiotic that this decision to overthrow the government might not be able to be overturned. If a major scandal happened tomorrow, the government would at least be given the time until the next election happens to fix the mistake. But a paperwork error that sounds like a kindergarden rule? Why on earth would forgetting one measely sentence (especially when you're on a vastly important mission representing your entire country) have such huge and irrevocable consequences? -PD

Beauracracy at its finest ladies and gentlemen. (talk) 16:21, 1 December 2009 (UTC)Reply