The PNC at 55:

Ideology, identity and the destiny of the PNCR

The People’s National Congress Reform celebrated its 55th anniversary a few weeks ago in October at the centre of a five-party political partnership. The coalition is in the eye of a political storm in the National Assembly and the target of a series of High Court challenges to its parliamentary actions. Earlier this year, retired Brigadier David Granger who became leader of the parliamentary opposition late last year ‘doubled up’ as the Leader of the PNC after having been elected to the post.

The PNC is the single largest component of APNU and that, arguably, is the most important political change to have occurred in Guyana recently. No less important  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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