Brazilian association wants better measures for issuing of Guyanese work permits

President of the Brazilian Mining and General Association Antonio Szala has called for better measures to be put in place for Brazilians to be issued with Guyanese work permits.

“We don’t know why things are being so frustrated. Some getting through while others aren’t and a large number of these people are being affected because they can’t go to the interior and work because they are getting put out by the GGDMA,” Szala told this newspaper.

According to Szala, Brazilians who want to work in Guyana have to get “a sponsor and these persons are  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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