Private sector sees merit in US democracy project

-urges both governments to reach consensus

The Private Sector Com-mission (PSC) yesterday said there is merit in a democracy project that the US is pursuing here and urged Georgetown and Washington to pursue an agreement for the benefit of the country.

Guyana  on November 26 last year announced it was abandoning the Leadership and Democracy (LEAD) project but the US stated in December that it was going ahead with it despite the government’s objection. This standoff sparked a flurry of statements from both  countries …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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