Aug 29, 2008
"Vote for me!" - "Vote for me!"
In their hands are cookies, foods.
Looking on the poster - get to see me and I'll give you the cookies.
This was what had happened to the ICPU council campaign.
In my point of view, the cookies, food represent money. We don't get the benefits of voting them other than getting free cookies. Wow, that's great.
I think they have to check the problems suffered by ICPU students.
The bus schedule are terribly organized, there are lack of event, the ICPU students don't have time to have fun together, mingling around together. A question might arises from here. The bus? It is out of our ability to solve that kind problem. Then, why don't you say that we want to have everyday interaction with the programme director, sponsorship unit, and bus supervisor. If problems goes on, maybe we should vote for no-confidence. Maybe by-election will be held.
But, the conclusion is, the council was not a big deal. There are nothing much to do with the ICPU. We have our routine everyday. It's fair enough, fun enough. But, they can still think if they want.