Linden’s stalled development politically-engineered – Granger

The government’s apparent reluctance to boost development in Region 10 is politically-motivated, according to APNU leader David Granger, who says there is need for a new development plan for the region.

At a coalition press conference last Friday, Granger charged that the collapse of physical infrastructure, school systems and the spread of poverty throughout the region is a political manoeuvre by the PPP/C administration because it did not enjoy political support from residents in the region. He noted that it was the same for other regions affiliated with other political parties.

He stated that there was an apparent erosion of the education sector, with the large number of dropouts in  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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