AFC strategises for next two years

-anticipating either snap elections or local gov’t polls

The Alliance For Change (AFC) held a two-day strategy session at the Ocean View International  Hotel, Liliendaal, over the weekend, focusing on  determining its strategy and activities for the next two years in anticipation of snap elections or local government elections.

The party also worked to develop a plan and programme to consolidate on the gains made at the 2011 General and Regional Elections, a press release from the party stated.

In addition, the AFC said that it is excited that “significant financial support to advance its programme over the next two years has been assured.”

Party activists from all ten administrative regions of Guyana and including representatives from the Diaspora of North America were present and contributed to an aggressive plan of action that will see the AFC mobilizing across the country.

Coming out of the strategy meeting, the party said it is “more united, organized and ready to discharge its mandate in the service of the people of Guyana.”

The party said also it recognizes that the current dispensation in the  Parliament will bring benefits to the people as more checks and balances are possible under the prevailing system.

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