Granger says national interest to guide cuts

- Singh promises full disclosure, appeals for good faith

APNU leader David Granger last evening gave notice of the main opposition’s intention to withhold support for proposed spending that is not in the nation’s interest, while  saying government’s estimates in its $220B national budget do not cater for the poor, the workers, the young, the aged and is driven by politics and not economics.

“The PPP/C’s Budget 2014 will be measured by its public impact. APNU reserves its right to disagree with provisions which are not in the national interest,” Granger, who is Leader of the Opposition, told the National Assembly last evening as he made the opposition’s final  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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