Gov’t meets CARICOM, Chinese, Indian envoys on confidence vote

Prime Minister, Moses Nagamootoo (left) greets CARICOM Secretary-General, Irwin La Rocque. (DPI photo)

The government on Wednesday briefed representatives of CARICOM and other bilateral partners on its plans following the no-confidence vote of December 21 last.

A release from the Department of Public Information (DPI) on Wednesday said that the meeting took place at the Ministry of the Presidency.

The government has faced increasing pressure to abide by the consequences of the vote which requires general elections in 90 days. The government is however challenging the validity of the motion and has since moved to court. The government has also caucused with envoys of the US, UK, Canada and the European Union who had earlier met with Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo who laid out his position on the vote…..

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