PRESS STATEMENT – POLICY OBJECTIVES OF A.P.N.U FOR THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF GUYANA

PRESS STATEMENT

 

orealla12SUMMARY:

  • A.P.N.U is convinced that the Indigenous peoples should be empowered to exercise control over developments affecting their livelihoods, lands, territory and resources;
  • A.P.N.U-led Government of National Unity will implement policies which are designed to enhance the
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A.P.N.U OFFICIALS INTERFACE WITH YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

a.p.nA Partnership for National Unity (A.P.N.U) Presidential Candidate Brigadier (ret) David Granger, WPA Co-Leader, Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine, member of the National Assembly, Mrs. Deborah Backer and young University of Guyana Student Activist, Mr. Ganesh Mahipaul took part in an Interface

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A.P.N.U CALLS ON PPP/C ADMINISTRATION TO SUPPRESS PIRACY ON THE CORENTYNE

A Partnership for National Unity (A.P.N.U) Presidential Candidate Brigadier (ret) David Granger has called on the Government of Guyana to take prompt action to suppress piracy on the Corentyne. Mr. Granger, referring to a fresh series of piracy attacks on …

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THE DAMAGE INFLICTED ON THE GUYANA FOREIGN SERVICE BY THE PPP

In 1992 the PPP inherited a Foreign Service that was second to none in the Caribbean. Guyanese Foreign Service Officers were well trained and rated among the most astute in the world of diplomacy.

 

The skills of a distinguished …

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A.P.N.U WARMLY WELCOMED IN WAKENAAM AND LEGUAN ISLANDS

apnu meeting attracts essequibo islanders2A Partnership for National Unity (A.P.N.U) campaign team was warmly welcomed by residents of Wakenaam Island on Saturday 17th September and Leguan Island on Sunday 18th September.

Almost 200 residents gathered at the Arthurville Primary School to greet

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PRESS STATEMENT – ‘DAY OF DEPRECIATION’ OF OUR QUALITY OF LIFE’ SHOULD BE OBSERVED

A Partnership for National Unity (A.P.N.U) has deemed Friday 16th September a ‘Day of Depreciation’ of our quality of life. According to jagdeo2A.P.N.U Presidential Candidate, Brigadier (ret) David Granger, the ‘Day’ should remind the nation of the deterioration in …

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A.P.N.U PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE DAVID GRANGER PROMISES TO MAKE INTERNET ACCESS AN ENTITLEMENT, NOT A PRIVILEGE FOR A FEW

a section of the gathering at the meeting2A.P.N.U Presidential Candidate, Brigadier (ret) David Granger, Regional Chairman for the Demerara-Mahaica Region, Mr. Clement Corlette and A.P.N.U Campaign Director, Mr. Joseph Harmon met residents of Mocha-Arcadia on Friday 9th September 2011. The almost 200 residents gathered at the

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