Coalition talks between political parties should not be kept secret – iNews Poll

Opposition members in Parliament
Opposition members in Parliament

[] – An iNews poll has found that citizens are not in agreement that coalition talks between political parties in Guyana should be kept secret.

iNews asked: Should coalition talks between the APNU and AFC or among any political parties be kept secret? In response 50 percent of respondents voted ‘No’, 49% voted ‘yes’ and a mere two percent were undecided.

Recently, the Alliance For Change (AFC) disclosed that it gave A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) an agreement for the two organisations to hold secret talks on a proposed pro-democracy alliance.

APNU’s Leader, David Granger acknowledged that his Party received a Non-Disclosure Agreement from the AFC, but said it could not be signed unless his side knew the details of the pro-democracy alliance proposal.




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