This week on What the People Say we asked members of the public to comment on this year’s budget. Here are their responses:
Zaimoon Ramjohn, fish vendor,
‘I don’t know what is going on with the budget but I know what is going on in my home.
Interviews by Mariah Lall, Aliyah Briggs and Dhanash Ramroop with photos by Keno George
On a recent visit to Linden, First Lady Sandra Granger expressed her hope of one day seeing a woman appointed Police Commissioner or Chief of Staff of the Guyana Defence Force.
Interviews by Rae Wiltshire and photos
by Arian Browne and Rae Wiltshire
The Guyana Police Force has moved to implement parallel parking on Robb and Regent streets, saying that it will reduce congestion.
Interviews by Jeanna Pearson and photos by Rae Wiltshire
This week we asked residents of Plastic City, a squatting area on the foreshore of Vreed-en-Hoop, West Coast Demerara, about their views on the upcoming General Elections and what changes they would like to see happen.
`An issue that needs fixing is garbage. I would like to know if they can clean up the city, because Georgetown is where people come to do business and
after that we need to maintain the city.
Concerns have been expressed about the state of the Vreed-en-Hoop Stelling which accommodates a number of vendors now that there is no longer a Georgetown-Vreed-en-Hoop ferry service and just a small section is used for speedboats.