Gov’t ready to deal with no-confidence fallout -Ramotar

President Donald Ramotar yesterday dared the opposition to move a no-confidence vote against his government.

“We do not take threats. If the opposition wants to pass a no-confidence bill, let them pass it and we will be ready to deal with the consequences of that,” Ramotar said while delivering remarks at the Private Sector Commission’s Annual General Meeting yesterday at the Pegasus Hotel in Georgetown.

Ramotar was responding to a disclosure by AFC Vice-Chairman Moses Nagamootoo in yesterday’s Stabroek News that his party is  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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