Harmon standing by call for Robert Persaud to resign

APNU MP Joseph Harmon yesterday said that none of the explanations offered by Minister of Natural Resources Robert Persaud on the Muri Brasil Ventures survey in the sensitive New River Triangle are credible and he reiterated his call for the minister to quit.

Persaud will also today be required to supply in writing answers to parliamentary questions on any leases, licences or permits granted in the New River Triangle area in south east Guyana.

“There are already questions … filed by me and are printed on the order paper for tomorrow (today)  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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