Government, Linden closer to consensus on committee heads

The government and the Region Ten administration are closer to naming chairpersons for the technical and economic committees, Regional Chairman Sharma Solomon said on Sunday.

Contacted for an update on the talks between the two sides, Solomon said there seemed to be consensus for University of Guyana lecturer Joycelyn Williams to be the chair of the economic committee as neither side has any objection to her holding the position.

For the chair of the technical committee, he said the government has nominated John Lewis, who has worked in the bauxite industry in Linden for a number of years and has historical knowledge of the industry. However,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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