Gov’t, APNU agree to bring back local government bills
Government and A Partner-ship for National Unity (APNU) met on Monday and agreed to reintroduce local government reform legislation before the parliamentary recess in August even as the Leader of the Opposition continues to voice his displeasure at what he said is government’s undermining of local democratic organs.
The meeting took place at the Office of the President to the exclusion of the Alliance For Change, which yesterday accused the Government of not communicating properly with the party.
In a statement on the meeting yesterday, Leader of the Opposition David Granger declared that the local government system was in crisis. He was commenting on the recent installation of Interim Management Committees. Granger said that residents were …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.