ANUG launched with pledge not to coalesce for gov’t role

-shared executive governance is key objective

Members of A New and United Guyana (ANUG), which was launched last evening at Moray House. From left are Senior Counsel Ralph Ramkarran, Akanni Blair, Dr Henry Jeffrey, Beni Sankar, Timothy Jonas and Kian Jabour. (Photo by Terrence Thompson)

With its main goal being shared executive governance to end decades of ethnic insecurity, A New and United Guyana (ANUG) yesterday entered the political fray with what it said was a legally enforceable pledge not to coalesce with any of the major parties to secure a role in government.

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