U.S. citizens in Guyana invited to Town Hall Meeting

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The U.S. Embassy in Georgetown is inviting all citizens living in or visiting Guyana to attend a Town Hall Meeting at the Embassy on Wednesday, February 17th, 2016 at 3:00 p.m.

US Charge d’Affairs Bryan Hunt and Ambassador Perry Holloway
US Charge d’Affairs Bryan Hunt and Ambassador Perry Holloway

In a media release issued this afternoon, the Embassy said that Ambassador Perry Holloway will give remarks and attendees will receive important information about voting in the 2016 U.S. elections, updates to the U.S. passport services, federal benefits check requirements, and vital information related to health, safety, and security.

Attendees will also have an opportunity to share any concerns and have their questions answered during this open forum.

For more information, please contact the American Citizen Services (ACS) Unit of the U.S Embassy at [email protected].

 

 

 

2 COMMENTS

  1. DK, come your own self and ask him. You will get your answers. But, remember, Mr. Bharat Jagdeo did give a reason as to why the PPP LOST the elections of May 2015.

  2. U.S. citizens in Guyana invited to Town Hall Meeting
    Well this is good–citizens will now have a chance to ask the US big man since he said he saw everything last election free fair transparent how he never once saw one single fake SOP which was in the hands of GECOM big man??
    Ask the US big man about Guyana constitution on elections –recounts?
    Ask the US big man if the court is not the right place to settle election matters as he so told PPP and why no hearing so far??
    Common sense will tell you that once US Exxon found oil in Guyana the US will not want to do business with a PPP regimes because the US masters knows PPP knows how to buy and how to sell unlike PNC..The US masters knew they cank poke a dime in any top PNC big man or PNC big woman hands and take what US wants..Thats the bottom line why PNC was installed to rule majority Guyanese..

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