Excavators could hold key to Parabara road mystery

Two excavators now in the custody of a South Rupununi Village council could hold the key to unlocking the mystery of the road which was to be built through Parabara and which could be linked to planned prospecting in the New River Triangle.

Though there have been denials that there is a link between the two, observers say it appears that the intention to build the road towards the New River in south-east Guyana was part of the planning for a prospecting licence to be issued to Muri Brasil Ventures Inc (MBVI).

It was the disquiet over the now-aborted road be-ing constructed though the remote community of Parabara that led to a disclosure by the Minister of Natural Resources, Robert Persaud of the survey permission to MBVI. That disclosure was made to the Guyana Human Rights Association (GHRA) wh-ich had raised public concerns about the Parabara road. In a meeting, the GHRA was …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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