APNU DISCUSSES THE WAY FORWARD WITH OVERSEAS-BASED GUYANESE

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Leader of the Opposition, Hon. Brigadier David Granger met with a group of overseas-based Guyanese in New York to discuss ‘the way forward’ for the country. The group included well-known academic and monetary economist Tarron Khemraj, Malcolm Harripaul, Rab Mukraj …

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Message by Hon. Brigadier David Granger, Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly, on the Occasion of International Literacy Day, 2013

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I am happy to greet all Guyanese on the occasion of International Literacy Day on 8th September 2013.

Literacy is a human right. The Constitution of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana declares, at Article 27 (1), “Every citizen has

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APNU EXPRESSES ASTONISHMENT AT SPEAKER’S DECISION

rohee trotmanA Partnership for National Unity (APNU) expresses astonishment at the decision of Mr. Raphael Trotman, Speaker of the National Assembly, to allow the Minister of Home Affairs, Mr. Clement Rohee, to address the National Assembly on matters of public security

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CONSULTATIVE MEETING BETWEEN APNU AND THE GUYANA TRADES UNION CONGRESS (GTUC)

apnu  trades unions meetingOn Tuesday 5th February 2013, at the Office of the Leader of the Opposition, the Leader of the Opposition, Mr David A. Granger, MP, and APNU Shadow Ministers held a wide ranging consultative meeting with the President of the

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APNU ACCUSES PPP/C OF NEGLECTING EAST BERBICE

pncr leader and leader of the opposition speaking to some residents of the east berbice-corentyne regionA Partnership for National Unity (APNU) has accused the People’s Progressive Party/Civic Government and the Regional administration of the East Berbice-Corentyne Region of neglecting several communities – especially New Amsterdam and the East Bank – in East Berbice.

APNU Members

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ADDRESS BY BRIGADIER DAVID GRANGER – A BUDGET FOR THE PEOPLE

david a. grangerThe People’s Progressive Party/Civic administration has been talking to itself for 20 years. It is now angry that the majority of the Members of the National Assembly have dared to talk back. It is astounded that members of the public
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