Ramotar gov’t may want to pre-empt no-confidence motion – Vincent Alexander

The Ramotar administration would likely want to pre-empt the opposition’s vote of no-confidence against it, according to former PNCR insider and elections commissioner, Vincent Alexander.

Speaking to Stabroek News on Thursday, Alexander said the unlikelihood of the AFC’s no-confidence motion against government being passed before Parliament emerges from its recess in October provides an opportunity for the government, pre-emptively, to call early elections.

The prospect of a no-confidence motion against the Ramotar administration has been gaining traction in recent weeks and was solidified by the Alliance for Change’s (AFC) formal presentation of the motion on Thursday to the Clerk of the National Assembly. Prior to this, the main opposition coalition, A Partnership for National Unity (APNU), on Tuesday, signalled …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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