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WPA to contest elections as part of the APNU+AFC– to push for a more ‘forceful role’ in the coalition

By Navendra Seoraj – guyana chronicle August 17, 2019    Executive Member of the WPA, Dr. David Hinds   THE Working People’s Alliance (WPA) has formally announced that it will contest the upcoming General and Regional Elections as a member of the A Partnership for National Unity and Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC)…

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WPA sorry for gov’t shortcomings but sticking with coalition for polls -plans to ensure promises kept after ‘mixed’ performance in office

 Marcelle Thomas  stabroek august 17, 2019 David Hinds Giving the  APNU+AFC a “mixed review” and apologising for its shortcomings while in office, APNU member the Working People’s Alliance(WPA) yesterday announced that it would remain in the governing coalition for the next elections and pledged to be active in ensuring that…

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Gov’t achieved “certain big things” but no guarantee promises won’t be broken again -WPA

Posted by: Denis Chabrol in Elections, News, Politics August 16, 2019   The Working People’s Alliance (WPA) on Friday  admitted not doing enough to push the government to address failed promises such as constitutional reform, collective bargaining and award of contracts to small contractors, but could offer no guarantees that there would not be a repeat…

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Carl Greenidge, WPA executive members clash on direct cash transfers from oil money

Posted by: Denis Chabrol in Business, Economy, News, Oil & Gas, Politics, Race and Politics, SocialAugust 12, 2019 Former Foreign Minister Carl Greenidge has confirmed that the Guyana government does not favour direct cash transfers into the hands of ordinary Guyanese on the grounds that it will encourage unemployment, a position that was roundly rejected by Chairman of the Buxton…

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‘Emancipation marked the transformation of Guyana from a plantation to a nation’

guyana chronicle By Vanessa Braithwaite -August 4, 2019    Director-General, MoTP, Joseph Harmon, addressing the audience at Freedom Fest Harmon tells Lindeners at Freedom Fest THE village movement which was established by our African ancestors after slavery was abolished in 1838, was the trajectory set to transform Guyana from a plantation state…

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