APNU moots ‘Social Contract’ for national unity

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) yesterday proposed a new ‘social contract’ in order to promote national unity and foster economic development.

In a statement, APNU said that the People’s Progressive Party/Civic administration has shown that it is incapable of solving the country’s current woes on its own.  It called on the PPP/C to seriously re-examine the prospects for the future relationship between citizens and the state as a means of  tackling the country’s pressing political, economic and social problems.

A social contract, a broad agreement between societal stakeholders on matters such as wages, crime and economic development, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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