Guyanese march against corruption

Yesterday was named global Anti-Corruption day by the United Nationals (UN) and about 100 Guyanese, joining their counterparts around the world, turned out to march against what UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon described as a “social, political and economic disease that affects all countries.”

The event was organised by Transparency Institute Guyana Inc (TIGI), the local operative of Transparency International (TI). TI is an international organisation dedicated to the fight against corruption of all forms and wherever it is manifest.

The route of the march was initially intended to take its participants from the Umana Yana to the Office of the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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