PNCR has to be strengthened
–Corbin tells congress
Contending that Guyana is experiencing a new political situation for which there are no blueprints, outgoing leader of the PNCR Robert Corbin yesterday stressed the need for strengthening the party if it is to foster change in governance and ultimately change in government.
He was speaking at the launching of the party’s 17th Biennial Congress, which is being held under the theme ‘A united PNCR; securing our future through a government of national unity.’ The election of officer bearers will take place tomorrow afternoon, with frontrunners David Granger and Carl Greenidge a distance ahead in the race to be leader of the party.
Speaking at Congress Place, Corbin began by paying tribute to the slain in Linden and saluting the residents of the mining community who braved the odds and came to Georgetown for the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.