Alarming census results should drive change in governance, says IAC

-urges initiative to promote ethnic inclusiveness

The findings of a population decrease during the last census should immediately propel changes in governance arrangements to foster a deepener sense of national unity and belonging, according to the Indian Arrival Committee (IAC).

The preliminary results, which were recently released to the public, show Guyana’s population has decreased from 751,223 in 2002 to 747, 884 in 2012, a reduction of 3,339 persons.

Analyst Christopher Ram has estimated that the findings of the census indicate that roughly 128,000 persons have …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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