Anamayah flays gov’t over sugar layoffs

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Opposition MP Adrian Anamayah yesterday accused government of dismantling the PPP/C’s “legacy of continued economic growth” by putting 2,000 sugar workers on the breadline but this was rejected by Minister within the Ministry of Natural Resources Simona Broomes who said that the workers had no good life under the previous administration.

“This government is completely without compassion and empathy…How else would you describe the coalition’s treatment of sugar workers…? Sugar had it problems but it was a signifanct contributor to GDP”, he said. Anamayah opened day three of the 2018 budget debates.

He stated that when the PPP/C held office much more was done and there was a good life with a far smaller budget than that which was presented last week Monday.

He said that the PPP/C also ….


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