APNU, AFC leaders give thumbs up to continuing with Cummingsburg Accord

From left are AFC Chairman Khemraj Ramjattan and APNU Chairman Joseph Harmon

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) and the Alliance For Change (AFC) have signalled their intention to go into the 2020 general elections once again as a coalition contending  that the Cummingsburg Accord, the basis for the coalition’s existence has worked, and will remain in place unless there are calls for changes to be made.   

“If it ain’t bruk, don’t fix it. It is not broken, it does not need fixing,” said AFC executive member and Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson of the coalition which took a separate path from APNU in the just-concluded local government elections.

Patterson’s sentiments resounded at the joint press conferences held on Friday by APNU and the AFC at Congress Place, Sophia when asked if the parties will be going into the elections jointly and who their presidential candidate will be. The Leader of APNU, President David Granger was undergoing treatment for cancer in Cuba at the time…..

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