By Jomo Paul
[www.inewsguyana.com] – President of the Guyana Manufacturing Services Association (GMSA), Clinton Williams has called for the May 11 polls to be conducted in a manner that is “uneventful.”
Williams, while speaking at a GMSA business luncheon that featured President Donald Ramotar at the Guyana Marriott Hotel, said that Guyana deserves peaceful elections.
He said the GMSA would like to see the May 11 polls being as “uneventful as previous national polls and we will look forward to the implementation of the new programmes that were promised to grow business landscape in Guyana.”
The Private Sector Commission (PSC) has already called on all political parties and stakeholders to show a certain level of maturity in their endeavours as campaigning for the elections intensify.
In a release to the media on February 03, the PSC had said that it is important that politicians desist from “personal attacks on rival politicians.”
“All Guyanese must have the nation’s interest as their priority and must be prepared to accept the winner as determined by the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM). Regardless of which Party wins, the leaders of all three political parties must work together to ensure the stability of the nation and its development,” the release noted.