TUC slams withdrawal of permit for LEAD Head

The Guyana Trades Union Congress (GTUC) yesterday denounced the PPP administration’s revocation of the work permit for Glenn Bradbury, the Head of the US’s controversial Leadership and Democracy (LEAD) Project.

“It is a backward decision and reveals the ugly underbelly of the administration insecurity. Those harbouring doubt or feel the PPP is interested in democracy need no more evidence of its anti-democratic stance. Pre-1992 campaign slogan “restoring democracy” is once again validated as empty rhetoric, fooling the nation and international community to support its bid for the reign of government. The PPP continues to undermine the pillars of democracy given its litany of excuses to not hold constitutional mandated local government elections, refusal to establish constitutional commissions, and trampling the rights of

citizens”, the GTUC railed in a …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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