First Claim on National Resources

Let the political parties and their elected representative discuss and debate issues so that we all understand and decide upon them. What is the point if everyone shouts at each other and nothing is achieved? The nature argument in our legislative bodies can be described as uncivilized at best. I belong to a minority group and I think my community should not be granted this favour of first claim on the national resources. Rather they would be more than happy to be treated equal with rest of citizens and not looked upon as someone belonging to another country. If what PM said is what he meant then it is wrong. The poor and unprivileged should have the first priority on national resources.

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