Linden IMC passes resolution endorsing USAID governance project

The Linden IMC passed two resolutions by majority vote at its first statutory meeting for 2014 on Wednesday to be taken to Parliament by the Region Ten Parliamentary Representatives as motions.

The first resolution is for the USAID governance programme to be implemented in the country. The other is for the by-law that would allow for the Kara Kara toll point to be operational to be gazetted. Both resolutions were passed by a six to two majority of the councilors present with the two dissenting votes cast by PPP/C IMC members, Eon Halls and Vanburn Brown.

In informing the meeting why he voted against the resolution, Halls said he will not endorse any intervention in …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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