Granger says party yet to discuss no-confidence vote proposal

Returned PNCR leader David Granger said the party is yet to discuss whether it will support the no-confidence motion the Alliance For Change (AFC) has vowed to bring against the government because it is yet to receive a draft of the document.

AFC leader Khemraj Ramjattan said he had completed a draft of the motion which he estimated to be about 20-50 words.

He had told Stabroek News that he wanted to circulate the document to party members before it is made available to the public. Calls to Ramjattan and AFC Executive Moses Nagamootoo for an update on when members of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU), including the PNCR, will receive drafts of the motion were unsuccessful.

During a press conference on Sunday night, Granger, fresh off being returned as leader of the PNCR, told reporters that the party was yet to get hold of the motion.

Granger also reminded reporters that the APNU has stated that there are four possible mechanisms  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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