Gov’t will pay a price over revocation of permit for LEAD Head, Granger says

Opposition Leader David Granger yesterday warned government to expect a “juk fuh juk” retaliation from the United States in the wake of the revocation of the work permit of Leadership and Demo-cracy (LEAD) Project Head, Glen Bradbury.

His views were similar to former ambassadors who spoke with Stabroek News and who say that the US’ course of action could range from mild to very harsh.

“My own feeling is that the government will have to pay a price for terminating the work permit of  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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