Continuing US project an affront -Luncheon

Head of the Presidential Secretariat Dr. Roger Luncheon says that the continuation of a USAID-funded $300 million democracy project here is an “affront” to Guyana’s sovereignty and the issue is engaging the highest levels of government.

“The issue is, the Cabinet of this nation, a sovereign country, indicated to the American Ambassador its definitive position on this matter, and according to the reports in the Stabroek News of the 19th of December, the (US) Ambassador in an article, has essentially said, I am going ahead with what I want to go ahead with, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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