Wednesday, 18 June 2008

The legacy of Rhodri Morgan

Spoken from the mouth of Bethan Jenkins AM, our youngest (and very active) Assembly member:

...It made me realise that we must push forward with enhancing Wales's links with the wider International community- as Wales, and not merely as part of the UK. Surely if people believe in devolution, they can see a strong case for us attending such meetings, and promoting Wales as a serious force in the World?

Perhaps not, that is for Rhodri Morgan to discuss now that he has conceded to consider this as a viable option for Wales.

After all, he has nothing to lose in doing so, especially as he is stepping down as First Minister very soon. Surely he wants his legacy to be much more than providing free transport for the elderly? (Regardless of how important this is to those that benefit from it)

Get a move on First Minister - It's time to shake a leg, get your skates on, as the sale must end soon.

The young of Wales are voicing their opinions as to your lack of contribution to the top job.


Anonymous 19 June 2008 at 18:12  

The only legacy that Rhodri Morgan will leave is one of 'Free Wales' and not the 'Free Wales' that Plaid are seeking.

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