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Gov’t says US report on human trafficking in Guyana ‘difficult pill to swallow’

The Guyana Government has come out swinging at the US State Department’s report on trafficking in persons in Guyana calling it a “difficult pill to swallow” and a report that is not factual since the architects did not make “significant progress in improving the veracity, coherence and validity of their annual assessments.” In its annual report issued on June 19, the State Department contended that Guyana has made no discernible progress in holding human trafficking offenders accountable.

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