APNU, AFC flay gov’t over US democracy project

APNU parliamentarian Joseph Harmon yesterday said the government’s pulling out of the USAID-funded $300 million project aimed at educating Guyanese on the local government election exposes the ruling party as being anti-working class.

And AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan came out swinging at the PPP government for rejecting the project, stating that the “neurotic, paranoid leaders” in the party who want to see its closure do not want the Guyanese public’s education in democracy and civic participation.

“I am minded to repeat that it is this PPP Govern-ment’s control-freakism which compels and informs this closure. It is the  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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