Budget needs significant changes for passage – Opposition Leader

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) will not approve Budget 2014 unless “significant amendment(s)” are made with regard to allocations, says coalition leader David Granger.

Though patches of APNU’s stance on the budget have been trickling in since it was presented on Monday, the coalition chose to officially stamp its verbal seal of disapproval during its weekly press briefing yesterday.

Reading from a statement, Granger slammed government for not allocating amounts towards reducing poverty; …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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