[www.inewsguyana.com] – A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) and the Alliance For Change (AFC) met yesterday (Wednesday, November 05) where they decided on a way forward as it relates to the No Confidence Motion, which is slated to be dealt with in the National Assembly on Monday, November 10.
The meeting between the combined Opposition comes a day after President Donald Ramotar threatened to call General and Regional elections if the Opposition forces the No Confidence Motion in the National Assembly.
In a media release issued last evening, the two sides noted that the meeting “concretized their position” on the motion; however specific details were not revealed.
Representing the APNU were Leader of the Opposition Brigadier David Granger, Dr. Rupert Roopnarine, Basil Williams, Amna Ally, Carl Greenidge, Joseph Harmon, Ronald Bulkan, Winston Felix and Dr. George Norton.
Representing the AFC were Khemraj Ramjattan, Moses Nagamootoo, Cathy Hughes, David Patterson and Michael Carrington. The Parties will continue their discussions on Friday November 07.