President Ramotar’s hopes for the National Assembly

There was little that was extraordinary or even either eye-catching about President Donald Ramotar’s February 10th address to the National Assembly though it never seemed as though the Republic’s seventh Executive President set out to deliver a rousing speech to the Parliament anyway.

The political opposition, however, appeared to anticipate more of the President than a mere ceremonial appearance in the National Assembly. After he had made his presentation some opposition functionaries  responded by suggesting that what he had to say had fallen short of what they might have expected. From the President’s standpoint,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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