Private sector supporting rejected US democracy project

-following meetings with gov’t, American embassy

After meeting separately with government and the United States embassy, the Private Sector Commission (PSC) has indicated to both parties that it believes that the $300M democracy project rejected by the Donald Ramotar administration should go ahead.

“We met with the (US) Charge d’Affaires last week…and yesterday (Monday) government… we basically said the same to the two: ‘have discussions and resolve this matter so the project can go ahead’”, a member of the PSC told Stabroek News yesterday.

The commission will sometime this week issue a statement on the two meetings, officials, who spoke  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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