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David Hinds’ Media Comments

David Hinds' Media Comments, Demerara Waves

AFC, WPA poised to collaborate on proposed direct cash transfers of oil money to poor households

Posted by: Denis Chabrol in Business, News, Politics September 23, 2018 The Alliance For Change (AFC) and the Working People’s Alliance (WPA) on Sunday looked set to collaborate on whether there should be conditional direct cash transfers of oil revenues to poor Guyanese households. WPA Executive Member, David Hinds confirmed that the AFC has contacted his…

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David Hinds' Media Comments, Kaieteur News

Since 2015 elections, anticorruption no longer centre piece of Govt.’s agenda –Dr. Hinds

 Sep 22, 2018  News “During the 2015 elections, the APNU+AFC Party campaigned on the promise of fighting corruption. But since assuming office, anticorruption is no longer the centre piece of Government’s agenda.” Those were the words of Executive Member of the Working People’s Alliance (WPA), Dr. David Hinds as he reflected…

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David Hinds' Media Comments, Stabroek, Uncategorized

Raphael Trotman, David Hinds backing second term for Granger-Justice For All uncertain of continuation in coalition

stabroek news september 3, 2018 Raphael Trotman President David Granger has left his run for a second term in 2020 up to the parties in the APNU+AFC coalition but he has already received some endorsements from party leaders who trumpeted his anti-corruption image and integrity. Alliance for Change (AFC) Leader,…

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David Hinds' Media Comments, Demerara Waves

Teachers’ salary increase demands “unrealistic”; 10% percent per year plus non-salary benefits more realistic

Posted by: Denis Chabrol in Business, Education, News August 27, 2018 Even as government-employed teachers were Monday due to embark on an indefinite strike for increased salaries, Economics Professor Tarron Khemraj believes the 40 percent demand is too exorbitant and the educators should settle for 10 percent pay hike due to the state of the economy….

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