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Everyone is invited to a Town Hall/Fundraising effort in support of the APNU/AFC Unity Party.
Featuring: David Granger & Moses Nagamootoo
Donations are welcome
Sun, 03/22/2015 - 14:00 - 17:00
11614 Rockaway Blvd South Ozone Park, NY 11420
As expected, the events at Babu John attracted wide attention and media coverage. A front page photograph in SN of President Ramotar belting out Bob Marley’s ‘Let’s Get Together’ was in striking contrast to the accusation by Dr. Bharat Jagdeo that during the 2011 elections, the Opposition APNU had sent drummers around calling on their supporters to ‘let’s get the coolies out,’ or words to that effect. Observers heard these two discordant notes, one a plea for unity in song, the other a divisive rant, and several others this past week.
Candidates for Assistant Secretary General of the OAS Present Proposals to the Member States of the Organization
The Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) today received presentations by the two candidates proposed by the member states for the position of Assistant Secretary General – the current Permanent Representatives of Guyana, Bayney Karran, and of Belize, Nestor Mendez-, in a special meeting that took place in Washington, DC.
Mr Greg Quinn has been appointed British High Commissioner to the Co-operative Republic of Guyana in succession to Mr Andrew Ayre, who has been transferring to another Diplomatic Service appointment.&
APNU-AFC Coalition presents a Ten-Point Programme for Democracy, Development and National Unity - Press release
The APNU and AFC pledged to lead Guyana forward into a new era of accountability, human safety, financial probity, governmental transparency, parliamentary democracy and national unity among other things. The Coalition partners promised that, with the formation of a government of national unity, they would implement a programme of governance, the main elements of which will be:
Following weeks of intense high level negotiations the APNU and AFC have arrived at an Accord title the “Cummingsburg Accord” which has been signed by both parties February 14, 2015.
Leader of the Opposition Brig. David Granger was the guest speaker at Blue CAPS’ Let’s Talk on 27 January 2015. Brig. Granger presentation was centered on youth and APNU's plan for youth development. The plan includes investing heavily in education; job creation; micro finance for cottage industries, and start-ups and entrepreneurship.
In a recent commentary on my YouTube Channel, Hinds’Sight: Guyana-Caribbean Politics, I began what I hope would be an enlightened discourse about the problematic of the proposed APNU/AFC pre-election coalition from an ethnic standpoint.
GTUC Calls on Opposition to Lead National Front Approach to Refocus Nation’s Energies on Lifting Prorogation - Press Release
The GTUC reiterates its call for President Ramotar to lift the prorogation of the National Assembly. It cannot be business as usual when it comes to governance since the business of government is not being conducted based on our Constitution.
The leader of the opposition party David Granger is calling Guyanese to register to vote. The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) started the 7th cycle of the Continuous Registration on December 1, 2014 in its 27 permanent GECOM Registration Offices located in all of Guyana’s ten Administrative Regions. The exercise will conclude on February 21, 2015.