The Private Sector Commission (PSC) is calling for good sense to prevail on the part of politicians and the Amaila Falls Hydro-electricity power project.
At a press conference today, the PSC said it is disconcerting that the parliamentary opposition would resort to bargaining on projects of national interest.
This is statement was made in reference to the recent parliamentary opposition rejection of two pieces of legislation which is critical to the Amaila Falls Hydro-electricity project realisation.
The commission said while the parliamentary opposition may have its demands, they have not been very specific.
However, the PSC noted that the opposition has made public that they are bargaining for political exchanges.
Chairman, Ronald Webster called for good sense to prevail before it becomes too late to recover from the damage being done to Guyana.
He said the commission also remains open to facilitating negotiations among parties although this offer has never been actively pursued.(Delicia Fletcher)