OPPOSITION AMENDMENT OF THE 2012 BUDGET ESTIMATES
The composition of Guyana’s 10th Parliament offered Guyana’s law makers the possibility of making history. Until yesterday, Wednesday 25TH April 2012, the electorate only saw glimpses of what that composition could mean.
APNU/AFC ON COMMON GROUND
A PARTNERSHIP FOR NATIONAL UNITY SUPPORTS RESIDENTS OF REGION NO. 10
STATEMENT BY AMNA ALLY, M.P. – APNU PLEDGES SUPPORT IN PARLIAMENT FOR ALL WORKERS ON CONTRACT OR OTHERWISE
GRANGER ITERATES CAMPAIGN PROMISE TO WORK TOWARDS MAKING BARTICA A TOWN
Leader of the Opposition Brigadier David Granger declared open “Bartica Regatta, 2012” on Sunday 8th April, reiterating his campaign promise to work towards making Bartica a town.
Brigadier Granger congratulated Chairman of the Cuyuni-Mazaruni Region (No.7), Mr. Gordon…
THE ONGOING MASQUERADE AND MACHINATIONS OF THE WEAVERS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT DECEIT GANGA PERSAUD AND NORMAN WHITTAKER
A Partnership for Unity (A.P.N.U) wishes to bring to the attention of the public, the chaotic and destructive agenda that is currently being prosecuted by the Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development through its “spin twins” Ministers, Mr. Ganga…
THE DECISION OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE ON RAPE CHARGE AGAINST COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
A Partnership for National Unity (A.P.N.U) renews its call for Police Commissioner Henry Greene to be removed from office. In renewing our call we wish to remind the Guyanese public that having passed the age of retirement Mr. Greene is…
THE GOVERNMENT’S CONSTITUTIONAL COURT EXCURSION
By Notice of Motion No.19/12 of 2012 Demerara, the Attorney General moved to the Court for the following Orders against Raphael Trotman, Speaker of the National Assembly and David Granger, Leader of the Opposition, seeking:
(i) A declaration that all…
PRESIDENT RAMOTAR WANTS PPP ADMINISTRATION TO CONTINUE THE PLUNDER AND RAPE OF THE STATE TREASURY
A Partnership for National Unity (A.P.N.U) totally rejects President Donald Ramotar’s statement that there is opposition dictatorship in Parliament and that the opposition parties had rigged the elections to deny the PPP a majority.
President Ramotar and the PPP continue…