Despite readiness for local polls, communities have eye on bigger issues

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Despite being “psychologically prepared” for local government polls, Guyanese citizens are more concerned with big issues, such as the stalled anti-money laundering bill, according to General Secretary of the Peoples Progressive Party (PPP) Clement Rohee.

“There is a growing mood in that direction,” Rohee said of his assessment of the situation on the ground.

However, he told a party press conference yesterday that he was charged with going into communities and addressing various issues and during his travels it has become clear that citizens were more concerned with the larger issues at hand. “More and more people are of the view they need to solve the big issues,” he said, adding that local government  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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