Gov’t says committee made `recommendations’ on way forward after confidence vote

The APNU+AFC Cabinet met today and said it received recommendations on the way forward and certain decision were taken. It provided no further information.

The statement came amid growing questions about whether the APNU+AFC government will abide by Friday’s motion of no-confidence which triggered its demise.

The statement issued by the government follows:

Statement from the Coalition Government of Guyana

The Cabinet of the Coalition Government met today and received a report from the Special Legal Sub-Committee on the matter with regard to the confidence motion in the National Assembly on December 21.

The Chairman of the Sub-Committee, Attorney General Basil Williams SC, updated Cabinet on the matter and presented a number of recommendations. Cabinet discussed various options and took certain decisions on the way forward.

The Coalition Government assures its supporters and the public that it will pursue all available options and act in the best interest of all Guyanese.

Cabinet will provide subsequent updates as required.

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