The People and Parliament

Social Media worldwide buzzes with talk, pictures and videos of a new hangout in Georgetown, dubbed ‘the People’s Parliament’, taking shape at Brickdam and High Street, just outside the National Assembly.

The real Parliament, adorned with fresh paint, sits in its new political form, its well-dressed politicians pontificating about this nation’s affairs.

The citizen outside its fancy iron gates bustles about Stabroek Market and Demico House in …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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