Jeffrey way off the mark on APNU ‘posturing’ -Granger

Opposition leader David Granger yesterday dismissed claims by political analyst Henry Jeffrey that the main opposition coalition APNU is being naïve in its policy suggestions.

“I don’t think that APNU is being naïve. We are forward looking and trying to use our parliamentary clout to move governance forward and these are the tools, the devices at our disposal,” Granger said. “These are to call for support, to mobilise public opinion and to use the floor of the national assembly to articulate our opinion.”

In his Wednesday column in Stabroek News, ‘Future Notes’, Jeffrey had berated APNU for …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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