Gov’t to continue to engage PPP – Granger

-says PNCR to focus on leadership in governing coalition

President of Guyana and People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) Leader David Granger says that despite the rejection from the People’s Progressive Party (PPP), he will continue to press it to co-operate for the social cohesion of the nation.

GPSU seeking feedback from members on gov’t pay offer

-Lincoln Lewis calls for more creativity from administration

Ahead of a General Council meeting scheduled for September 2, members of the Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU) are being invited to share their views on the increase in wages and salaries being offered by the Government of Guyana (GoG).

Norton trumps Bond

…to remain PNCR vice-chair

Embattled Public Health Minister Dr George Norton yesterday beat out two competitors to retain his position as Vice-Chairman of the People’s National Congress alongside Minister of Social Protection Volda Lawrence.

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