Unpacking the UDC's economic and jobs rationale (Part 2)

UDC supporters believe their party is on track to win. PIC: KEOAGILE BONANG
UDC supporters believe their party is on track to win. PIC: KEOAGILE BONANG

As posited in the first instalment of this two-part series, it is critical for the health of our democracy that we closely examine the official opposition and its ideas as a party vying for government.

The Umbrella’s compelling package of electoral promises, economic claims and plans must be tested against both reason and pragmatism.

The economic and jobs agenda plays an important role in the election ahead of the October 23rd vote. The Umbrella for Democratic Change’s (UDC) economic rationale is premised on addressing the issues referred to. Whether its opponents have constructively engaged with the Umbrella’s ideas based on their merits is an obvious negative.

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