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The Ministry of Education and the Lions Club South have reached an impasse over the topics for the 2013 Secondary Schools Public Speaking Competition. If it were up to you to come up with ONE of the topics, what would it be?

The Ministry of Education and the Lions Club South have reached an impasse over the topics for the 2013 Secondary Schools Public Speaking Competition. If it were up to you to come up with ONE of the topics, what would it be?

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Fri Oct 11, 2013

Cutey Butcher:

I would ask them something on the economy – the state of the economy. As a businessman is like the worst time I ever feel in this time. People who used to by a $20 card buying $3 or $5; everybody crying and say things bad they can’t spend more than that.

Basil Bashment DaSilva (online):

Why we should leave politics to the politicians

Patris Trimmingham:

Are the people the government, or is the government the people? Majority rules, or minority rules? We need to have some thinkers, we are not thinking and while there may not be anything wrong with the government, we need some thinkers.

Marlon Stevenson (online):

How can we resolve the derelicts of our colonial past for a more progressive future?

Hassan Williams:

I will definitely choose a topic for them to give their perspective on the education revolution. Let them say what they think – they are the elements within the system and I want to hear what they think. People planning the thing for them, so I want to hear what they think. From a student’s perspective how effective they think it is.

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