Hold government accountable, Solomon urges Lindeners

 By Jeff Trotman

Region Ten Chairman Sharma Solomon yesterday repeatedly called on the people of Region Ten to hold the government accountable for the deaths of three men during the 32-day Linden electricity protest and to honour the agreement it signed with regional leaders to stop the protest.

Last week, word had circulated that some elements had planned a shutdown of the town to protest the visit by President Donald Ramotar to commis-sion the PPP office, but there were also several announcements on the radio that the police had not given permission for public meetings or protests in the town.

However, Solomon, Member of Parliament Vanessa Kissoon and others including RDC Councillor Leslie Gonsalves spoke at a public …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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