International community, private sector must remind gov’t to honour obligations

The Region 10 Regional Administration has called on both the international community and the local private sector to remind the government to honour its obligations to governing in the interest of all the people, including its commitments to Linden.

“The government’s complaints about threats to democracy must be the irony of this century. It is the government that is threatening democracy by its failure to accept the will of the majority and implement the decisions made in the National Assembly,” said Regional Chairman Sharma Solomon in a statement on Sunday, in wake of the government’s  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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