Oil, Gold, Sugar – And Poverty
Faith – On the best Friday of all
Look, regard this as a most elementary, Primary Grade three “commentary” on National Budget 2012 – related issues.
The print media is now replete, daily, with analyses, critiques, support and rejection regarding the government’s account of how it will approach its income and its spending for the period between next week and next March. Those writers are more qualified to offer their professional views than I am. I however, feel free to share my brief understandings from a working-class, vulnerable-citizens perspective. This is, in other words, for my poor people, my “ordinary” Guyanese Man and Woman-in-the-Street .