APNU to meet AFC on no-confidence motion

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) is set to meet with the Alliance for Change (AFC) tomorrow to discuss a formal strategy to proceed with a possible no-confidence motion against the government.

Leader of APNU, David Granger, told Stabroek News yesterday that after contemplating various potential strategies the party has “decided to meet with the AFC because we feel that we must give every possible consideration. We haven’t taken a decision outside of the Alliance for Change because both parties will have to go together to achieve an outcome.” Both parties would have to vote in favour of the motion for it to succeed.

He said that this was the first time the party has formally discussed the no-confidence motion and the importance level was high given the current manner in which the PPP/C government is conducting itself. Talk of the no-confidence motion flared up after Finance Minister Dr Ashni Singh disclosed that $4.55B had been spent on items that the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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