Citizens want swift action on TV station

Linden meeting

The people of Region 10 last night gave a clear signal that they will no longer tolerate government’s backtracking on a number of commitments made in the August 21, 2012 agreement between the region and central government and want swift action on the television station among other elements.

At a public meeting that the region hosted, some 2,000 residents came out to hear from Regional Chairman Sharma Solomon and number of other persons, among them Chartered Accountant Christopher Ram, union stalwart Lincoln Lewis, Member of Parliament for APNU Vanessa Kissoon and former  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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