Coalition leaders trumpet APNU
-Corbin says PPP/C in denial over political reality
A year into the formation of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU), leaders say the coalition is a real step towards shared governance despite the PPP/C’s pretence to be running a ‘winner-take-all’ government.
APNU, which emerged as the main opposition at last year’s polls, is embarking on first anniversary celebrations, and at a news conference yesterday leader David Granger reiterated its goal to “enhance governmental accountability and to accelerate national development” as well as its commitment has been to “establish a government of national unity that is committed to the proposition that all Guyanese are entitled to a good life.”
Granger identified the establishment of the new regime for the parliamentary committees and APNU’s concerted effort with the AFC to make the national budget more people-oriented as …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.