APNU restates backing for social contract

..in latest exchange with Henry Jeffrey

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU)  on Wednesday restated its support for a `social contract’ as a means of attaining an inclusionary democracy. It was the latest exchange with Stabroek News columnist Dr Henry Jeffrey who had taken the coalition to task for what he said was senseless political posturing and an apparent ruling out of extra-parliamentary activities.  APNU, adverting to Jeffrey’s latest column  titled `Mr Granger and the undemocratic nature of extra-parliamentary activities’  in Stabroek News, January 15th 2014 said that

Granger, in another Stabroek News (SN) report, in referring to APNU’s ‘Social Contract’ proposal said: “I think it is a serious decision. I pointed out that APNU is committed to inclusionary democracy …APNU from the start of its campaign has proclaimed adhesion to the constitutional injunction under Article 13 …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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