There is a proliferation of letter writers and ‘analysts’ who apparently have one thing in common, and that is to concoct reasons why the current PPP/C administration should not be returned to office in the coming elections.
They conveniently ignore the plethora of evidence which abounds throughout the length and breadth of this country showing that the present government has impacted positively on the quality of life of the Guyanese people right across the ethnic spectrum.
Take education as an example. The recent examination results showed that students from all ethnic groups performed creditably at the Grade Six Assessments with top performers not limited to an particular ethnic group. This is a clear indication of the even-handed and equitable manner in which the PPP/C administration has been dispensing social goods. The same is true of health, housing and water, among others.
An unbiased and objective analysis of the distribution of social goods including public sector jobs would reveal that all ethnic groups in equal measure benefited from opportunities and social wealth created by this administration.