Amerindian Rights being trampled on Region No. 7

On Friday 17 April, Toshao Solomon Lewis from the village of Kurutuku, Region No. 7, along with Village Councilors, Michael Lewis and Timothy Lewis, visited the campaign headquarters of the APNU+AFC to speak on serious issues affecting their community.  The Toshao said that his village of 160 residents has, for more than five years, been …

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Education is about a whole new way of managing the economy

Brigadier Granger focused his message on education, beginning the meeting by presenting tablet computers to Jawalla’s Toshao, Lita John, and Kako Primary School Headmistress Stephanie Krammer, repeating his pledge that a David Granger presidency would engage the teacher’s union to ensure that teachers are the best paid public servants in Guyana. Holding up his cell …

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Granger attends commemorative service of Guyana Veteran’s Legion

Brigadier David Granger, Leader of the People’s National Congress Reform and APNU+AFC Presidential Candidate, attended a commemorative church service marking the one-year anniversary of the merger of the Guyana Legion and Ex-GDF Association into the Guyana Veteran’s Legion. The service was held on Sunday morning, 12th April, at the St. Sidwell’s Anglican Church in the Georgetown …

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Forests provides the Foods, Medicines, and Livelihood of the People of the Pomeroon

On a recent visit to riverine communities of the Pomeroon, Leader of the People’s National Congress Reform and APNU+AFC Presidential Candidate, Brigadier David Granger, listened to the concerns of the residents of Ykinipa and explained the APNU+AFC’s plans for the development of the citizens of the Pomeroon. Residents highlighted several concerns, including lack of training …

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Granger continues to spread Easter cheer

Leader of the People’s National Congress Reform and Presidential Candidate of the APNU+AFC, Brigadier David Granger, took time off from the campaign trail to distribute kites to over 200 children on the lower East Coast.  Brigadier Granger distributed kites to children in Industry, Plaisance, Better Hope and Pigeon Island, on Saturday morning, 4th April. He …

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Granger accuses Ramotar of lack of leadership

Brigadier Granger made the statement at an APNU+AFC Coalition public meeting held at the Ituni Community Centre Ground on Thursday 26 March 2015. He added that the PPP was deceptive, giving the false impression that it was serious about providing employment for youths and fixing essential infrastructure such as the atrocious Kwakwani-Ituni and Ituni-Linden roadways. …

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Granger promises National Veterans Department

Speaking to more than 300 Ex-members of the Guyana Defence Force and other well-wishers of the APNU+AFC Coalition, Brigadier David Granger said that under an APNU+AFC administration there will be a National Veterans Department. The APNU+AFC Presidential Candidate said that under his leadership a Veterans Act would be passed paving the way for the establishment …

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APNU and AFC decide to craft a Rupununi rescue plan

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) and the Alliance For Change (AFC) have decided to craft a rescue plan to improve the living conditions of the residents of the Rupununi (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo) Region (Region No. 9). APNU and AFC conducted outreaches to over fifty villages in the north central and south savannahs so far …

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Wapishana Communities support plan for Education Renewal

Guyana’s major Wapishana communities have come out in support of a plan for educational renewal in the Rupununi (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo Region, No. 9). APNU+AFC Presidential Candidate, Brigadier David Granger heard residents’ concerns and complaints about their children’s education, the lack of trained teachers in schools, insufficient secondary school places, long distances children have to …

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We Are One Nation

Address by Brigadier David Granger, Presidential Candidate of A Partnership For National Unity (APNU) and the Alliance For Change (AFC) Coalition, at the launch of the General and Regional Elections Campaign, Pegasus Hotel, Kingston, Georgetown, on Wednesday, 4th March 2015.

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Granger says that energy is the midwife of enterprise

Presidential Candidate Brigadier David Granger promised residents of the Barima-Waini Region (Region No. 1) that the incoming A Partnership for National Unity-Alliance For Change (APNU-AFC) coalition administration will address the regions chronic electricity supply problem.

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How Donald Ramotar and the PPP destroyed the 10th Parliament

President Donald Ramotar and the People’s Progressive Party have finally destroyed the 10th Parliament. President Ramotar, after three years of subverting parliamentary democracy, prorogued Parliament on the 10th November 2014 and announced his intention to dissolve Parliament on the 28th February 2015. 

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Joint Press Statement from APNU and AFC – “Cummingsburg Accord”

This accord is in respect of their participation in the May 11, 2015 General and Regional Elections In the interest Guyana and responding to the overwhelming encouragements of both parties membership, supporters and the general public at large; the parties have agreed to the following. Both parties will contest the elections on a single list …

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APNU Meeting with UN Electoral Mission to Guyana

The United Nations Electoral Mission in advance of the 11th May General and Regional Elections in Guyana, today Thursday 12th February 2015, met with representatives of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) at the Office of the Leader of the Opposition, Hadfield Street Georgetown.  The UN team was headed by Mr. Richard Gee, Electoral/Political Affairs …

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Canadian and American Diplomats pay courtesy call

Canadian High Commissioner to Guyana, Dr. Nicole Giles and United States Charge  d’ Affaire, Mr. Bryan D Hunt met on Wednesday 4th February 2015, with representatives of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) at the Office of the Leader of the Opposition, Hadfield Street, Georgetown. The meeting was part of a series of consultations with …

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How will young people vote and why?

The People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Administration has treated this large section of the population with disdain. The Government has ignored young people’s legitimate aspirations for a coherent national youth policy that would give them hope for the future. The PPP/C cynically dawdled as the world celebrated the International Year of Youth: Dialogue and Mutual Understanding …

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APNU committed to developing an Education Nation

Addressing the under-funding, lack of resources and governmental interference by the People’s Progressive Party of the University of Guyana, Brigadier Granger said, “It is heart breaking. We have to give the University of Guyana what it needs… an APNU government will make teachers the highest paid public servants… an APNU government is going to pump …

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The PPP is under-developing the Rupununi

The vast Rupununi Region – larger than Costa Rica – is a zone of contempt and neglect. The PPP/C’s preoccupation with showmanship, rather than stewardship, is delusional. The results, after over two decades, have been the under-development of physical infrastructure, unsettled Amerindian land issues, an unsafe environment and uneasiness among the Region’s residents in five …

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International Community criticises the Donald Ramotar Presidency for lack of democracy

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) supports international criticism of the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Administration over its damage to parliamentary and local democracy in Guyana. President Donald Ramotar has failed to conduct local government elections and failed to recall the National Assembly after he prorogued Parliament on the 10th November 2014. APNU notes the …

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Education must NOT suffer because of Party Politics

The national attention which the Aishalton presidential ‘feral blast’ and the accompanying assault of Mr. John Adams by members of President Donald Ramotar’s security detail has garnered, forced an embarrassed PPP to resort to tactics that can only work to the detriment of the children of Aishalton. APNU strongly affirms that the education of the …

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New Year Message of Hon. Brigadier David A. Granger, Leader of the Opposition

Guyana’s ‘Year of democratic renewal’ dawns on 1st January 2015. Guyanese in 2015 will have an opportunity to choose a new government in the forthcoming general and regional elections. The choices facing the nation are clear. Our choice will be between the inauguration of a ‘government of national unity’ proposed by A Partnership for National …

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APNU BLAMES PPP/C FOR ANOTHER CATASTROPHIC COASTAL FLOOD

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) blames the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Administration for yet another catastrophic coastal flood on Thursday 20th November 2014. The Partnership repeats its earlier calls on the Government to launch a comprehensive national flood control plan to protect the population from the ravages of repeated flooding. The extent, intensity and …

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PPP LAUNCHES ITS CAMPAIGN OF FEAR-MONGERING, RACE-BAITING, VOTE-BUYING AND LYING

The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) has launched a dirty, divisive and dangerous campaign on the approach of general and regional elections. The party’s General Secretary and its apparent elections campaign manager, Mr. Clement Rohee, have been issuing ludicrous but libelous attacks on opposition leaders and political parties. The PPP’s general elections campaign started several months …

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ROHEE MUST BEAR RESPONSIBILITY FOR POLICE MISCONDUCT

The public security situation in Guyana has deteriorated drastically since Clement Rohee’s appointment as General Secretary of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) on 19th August 2013 and his assumption of duties as his party’s elections campaign manager. Mr. Rohee, when asked by the media at the time about whether he (Rohee) would retain his portfolio as …

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PICKETING EXERCISES FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU), today, held a series of picketing exercises around the country calling on President Donald Ramotar to announce a date for the holding of local government elections. Protest action was held in all six municipalities; Georgetown, Linden New Amsterdam, Rose Hall, Corriverton and Anna Regina. In Georgetown, the picketing exercise …

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HEAD OF LEAD PROJECT MEET WITH APNU

Chief of Party for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), funded Guyana Leadership and Democracy Programme (LEAD), Mr. Glenn D. Bradbury, today, met with the Leader of the Opposition, Brigadier David A. Granger and a team of officials representing A Partnership for National Unity (APNU). The meeting was held at the Office of …

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FAILURE OF LOCAL GOVERNANCE HAS CAUSED THIS CATASTROPHE

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) empathizes with the residents of Peter’s Hall, Providence and Nandy Park, whose lives have been severely disrupted by flooding. The door of the koker which is the primary river defence for the villages of Peter’s Hall and Providence on the East Bank of Demerara River collapsed during the high …

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APNU CALLS FOR NATIONAL PLAN TO RESPOND TO EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) calls for the immediate promulgation of a national plan of action to respond to the threat of entry of the Ebola virus disease (EVD) into Guyana. President Donald Ramotar’s broadcast to the nation last Friday 17th October, did not go far enough. It indicated that his Government, despite its awareness …

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APNU CALLS ON PPP/C TO PRODUCE A NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGY

APNU CALLS ON PPP/C TO PRODUCE A NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGY A Partnership for National Unity calls on the People’s Progressive Party/Civic Administration to promulgate a comprehensive, national environmental strategy. Such a strategy is needed to protect the population from hazards, to preserve the environment from further degradation, to sustain development and to create a sustainable …

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A.P.N.U DENOUNCES PPP’S FACEBOOK ELECTION RESULTS/ RESPONSE BY GECOM CHAIRMAN ON PPP’S FACEBOOK PAGE ELECTION RESULTS

A Partnership for National Unity (A.P.N.U) has communicated to the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission, Dr. Steve Surujbally, its concern that the PPP/C and its Presidential Candidate are proclaiming on Mr. Donald Ramotar’s Facebook Page that the PPP/C has won the elections.   A.P.N.U expects the Guyana Elections Commission to address this violation of …

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TENTH PARLIAMENT OF GUYANA

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THE HIGH COURT OF GUYANA

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GUYANA DIASPORA

APNU REACHES OUT TO THE GUYANESE DIASPORA   APNU is aware that Guyanese living overseas exceed 800,000.  APNU also aware that the expertise required to implement our Master Plan for development is not available in Guyana and must be sourced from overseas.  Unlike the PPPC administration, APNU will not allow political patronage be the guiding …

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APNU HAS NO CONFIDENCE IN THE PPP/C ADMINISTRATION

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) has no confidence in the 22 year old People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Administration. The PPP/C is solely responsible for the series of constitutional crises currently affecting the country. The PPP/C’s policies of preventing the reconvening of the National Assembly, preventing the holding of local government elections and preventing the …

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THE PRESIDENT MUST STEP FORWARD TO STOP THE SURGE IN VIOLENT CRIME

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) is alarmed at the rising rate of violent crime, especially armed robbery, murder, suicide, rape, road and river deaths, piracy and other inter-personal violence. The Guyana Police Force occasionally releases partial statistics on violent crime. The data published last week for the period 1stJanuary to 30th September 2014 are incomplete …

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THE AG HAS LIFTED THE VEIL ON THE SINISTER OPERATIONS OF THE PPP/C

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) has over the years accused the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Administration of being in bed with criminals; extra judicial killings; contract killings; corruption and cavorting with drug lords. Our worst fears have been confirmed as a result of revelations emanating from a recorded conversation between the Attorney General, Anil …

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WHAT DOES THE PPP HAVE TO CELEBRATE?

The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) observed the 22nd anniversary of the 1992 general and regional elections on Sunday 5th October. The elections resulted in the Party’s return to office on 9th October 1992. That return, however, led to the gradual ‘criminalisation’ of the state and precipitated several grave crises, more specifically in the post-2001 period: Public security …

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THE PEOPLE HAVE A RIGHT TO CAKE AND BAKE!

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) is deeply disturbed by President Donald Ramotar’s dilatoriness in issuing instructions to allow the Guyanese people to exercise their right to elect their representatives in local government elections at the earliest possible date. President Ramotar told his supporters at a town hall meeting in New York organised by the …

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APNU CONDEMNS PPP/C’S PRE-ELECTION SPENDING SPREE WITH STATE FUNDS

The People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPP/C) Administration has started its elections campaign with a massive spending spree of state funds. The squandermania is aimed unapologetically at winning votes from constituents and communities which the PPP/C neglected for years. Ministers Frank Anthony, Norman Whittaker, Pauline Sukhai, Priya Manickchand and Juan Edghill and Prime Minister Samuel Hinds …

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THE PRESIDENT MUST TELL THE NATION THE TRUTH ABOUT LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS

President Donald Ramotar must tell the nation the truth about local government elections. The People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Administration does not have the prerogative to deny the people their constitutional right to local democracy. The Guyanese people are being denied their right to elect their own local and municipal leaders. They are being denied their …

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APNU COMMITTED TO SUPPORTING NO CONFIDENCE MOTION

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) has committed itself to supporting the ‘No Confidence’ motion against the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Administration. There is NO CHANGE from that position. APNU wants to state clearly that our call for His Excellency, President Donald Ramotar to name a date and set the machinery in place for the holding of local government …

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PPP/C IS FEARFUL OF UPCOMING POLLS

During the entire period of the claims and objections period, Mr. Clement Rohee, General Secretary of the PPP, has been lamenting the process of claims and objections. One of the spurious claims is that the Preliminary List of Electors (PLE) is padded; he has called for a “transparent” list. A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) …

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THE PPP/C MUST STOP USING GUYSUCO AS A POLITICAL FOOTBALL

The scare tactics being used by the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) to agitate sugar workers needs to be challenged. We can do better, and the workers must be educated that modernization and diversification is not a death sentence or guaranteed unemployment. The policy of the PPP/C Administration and the politically controlled management of the Guyana …

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PPP/C IS MISMANAGING PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE AND IMPEDING DEVELOPMENT

PPP/C IS MISMANAGING PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE AND IMPEDING DEVELOPMENT Deteriorating public infrastructure is impeding national development.Rickety stellings; city streets; failing ferries; deteriorating hinterland airstrips; broken bridges; impassable roadways and weakened kokers and sea defences have all become impediments to everyday commuting, communication and commerce.congested The People’s Progressive Party/Civic administration, however, has no comprehensive plan to invest in Air …

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APNU SUPPORTS EAST BANK BERBICE PROTEST

A Partnership for National Unity – APNU – has declared its full support for residents of East Bank Berbice in the East Berbice-Corentyne Region (No. 6). The Berbice residents on Tuesday 16th April 2013 picketed the National Assembly to call attention to their more than 3 decades of complaints about the deteriorating public road that runs from …

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