Training Rohee on role of free media

Ironic, isn’t it, that on the same day news flared up in the United States and Europe that the Italian mafia connects with Guyana to smuggle narcotics across the world, General Secretary of the ruling political party, Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee, was launching a verbal attack against the free, independent press?

Yesterday’s Stabroek News reported on Rohee’s assertion that his Party, the People’s Progressive Party, receives less reporting coverage in its pages than Opposition parties, and his lamentation that this means a national newspaper is campaigning to not only dislodge the Government from office, but install the Opposition in power.

The claim, as ludicrous and stupid as it is, especially given the detailed stats Rohee provided  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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