Gov’t stymieing of LEAD project could have adverse impact on civil society

The Guyana National Council on Public Policy (GNCPP) says the PPP administration’s stymieing of the $300M USAID LEAD Project is akin to trampling on citizens’ rights to use lawful democratic means to empowerment.

In a press release, the public policy think-tank said that under constitutional provisions governing the rights, roles and responsibilities of Guyana’s civil society, “to deny non-Government and Civil Society Organizations access to international assistance in the interest of fostering their own Political Idealism and Party Politics is to …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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