Coalition stands strong – PM

Prime Minister, Moses Nagamootoo (centre) meeting citizens on Christmas Eve at Stabroek Square. (DPI photo)

Prime Minister, Moses Nagamootoo has urged citizens not to be fearful, as the government remains strong and intact, the Department of Public Information (DPI) reported yesterday.

“If we have to go back to new elections, we are going to go strengthen ourselves so the next time around they cannot touch us by manoeuvres, by compromises and by dividing our people on the basis of race,” he said, according to DPI.

The Prime Minister was at the time addressing the questions from citizens on the no-confidence motion brought by the opposition PPP/C on Friday last. He was part of a ministerial “meet and greet” at Stabroek Market Square on Monday.

Minister of Public Security Khemraj Ramjattan (centre) in discussions with citizens at Stabroek Square on Monday. (DPI photo)

The Prime Minister added that for every challenge there is an opportunity, and this latest development is “an opportunity for the people of Guyana to come together, as you have never come together before.”

Minister of Public Health, Volda Lawrence, who also part of the team, also urged Guyanese to get ready and be prepared by ensuring they are registered and ready to cast their votes.


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