Granger unrelenting; continues to mount pressure for Local Gov’t Election

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APNU Leader, David Granger and Head of Blue CAPS, Clinton Urling during the picket exercise today.
APNU Leader, David Granger and Head of Blue CAPS, Clinton Urling during the picket exercise today.

[www.inewsguyana.com] – A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) has continued its demand for President Donald Ramotar to name a date for the holding of Local Government Elections (LGE) in Guyana.

A contingent of protesters headed by the Leader of the Opposition, David Granger, this morning picketed outside of the Office of the President.

APNU demonstrators demanded that the President desists from pretending to desire elections but in fact “preventing the holding of local government election.”

APNU called on the President to issue the commencement order to operationalize the Local Government Commission. APNU also called on the President to initiate the process by which the Local Government (Amendment) Bill could be returned for his assent.

The Party says the President must tell the people of Guyana the truth about local government elections.

Granger and some of the protesters.
Granger and some of the protesters.

“APNU will continue its protest action until its demands are met,” the Party said in a statement.

Blue Caps, headed by its Chairman, Clinton Urling, joined APNU in its protest action today and supports APNU’s call for the President to name a date for the holding of LGE.

2 COMMENTS

  1. I never see any peaceful protest that brought about changes, none not even Gandhi or Martin Luther King. Yall could picket until the second coming, it will always be what it is, Guyana a tribal battlefield, poor, divided and backward.

  2. imagine how i laffing like me head ent good seeing the big ex gdf man holding up the sign that talk about no dictatorship…are these pnc people for real?? this big ex gdf bana knows how to move ballot boxes hahahahaha

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