Jeffrey hammers APNU for `political posturing’

Political analyst Henry Jeffrey has berated opposition coalition APNU for what he described as its predilection for “fictitious political posturing”.

In his column in Tuesday’s Stabroek News, Jeffrey cited a motion in Parliament for the clean-up of the city and the more recent call by A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) for a social contract among all stakeholders.

Jeffrey, who had a long association with the PNC, the principal component of APNU, said there can be no doubt that public confidence in the opposition in general has sunk since the 2011 national elections. Although the drop in support  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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