Guyana can ill afford instability over confidence vote – Golding

Bruce Golding

A protracted period of uncertainty in its political arrangements is something that Guyana can ill afford at this time, according to former Prime Minister of Jamaica, Bruce Golding, who said that if the country falters, the entire Caribbean community is worse off.

“Guyana’s leaders must rise above this. Too much is at stake. The private sector and the trade union movement must be prepared to constructively engage, grasp the big picture, and collaborate with the Government and Opposition toward a solution that will sustain confidence and stability and enable Guyana to get through this,” Golding wrote in the Jamaica Observer yesterday in reference to the “constitutional crisis” arising out of the passage of the no-confidence motion against the government on December 21…..

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