Considerable Differences

Differing Impressions

After listening to the Presi-dent’s speech before the Parlia-ment last Friday, it was easy to see why many Guyanese were left with differing impressions of his remarks.  The President provided the nation with an upbeat assessment of the economy and the list of things that he would like to see happen or take shape during his presidency.  To support his positive position, the President cited the performance of the economy since 1992 which expanded over 600 percent and per capita income which grew over 700 percent between the two points in time.  To add to his case,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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