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ACDA pledges vigilance on new govt; involvement in choosing local govt candidates

Though elated that the coalition has been voted into government, the African Cultural and Development Association (ACDA) on Saturday pledged to be vigilant and hoped to have a say in candidates for upcoming local government elections. Delivering the Kwanzaa Message, ACDA Executive Member, Elton McRae believed that most attendees voted for the A Partnership for National Unity+ Alliance For Change ...

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Joey Jagan endorses APNU+AFC; says Jagdeo is the ‘coolie bully of politics’ ; welcomes ex-military in politics

by Zena Henry With seven days left to General polls son of former President Dr. Cheddi Jagan has come out in full support of A Partnership for National Unity+ Alliance for Change (APNU +AFC) Coalition, and has urged all Guyanese to vote for the opposition party. Addressing media operatives at his dental office located at Charlotte Street, Jagan endorsed the ...

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PPP, AFC+APNU compete for hearts and minds on sugar, Jaganite politics

The People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPPC) Sunday competed with the opposition coalition for space over the future of the ailing sugar industry and credibility surrounding the Jaganite brand of politics. Against the backdrop of A Partnership for National Unity + Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC) promising that it would not close the sugar industry but it would be revived and the ...

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Ramkarran rules out returning to active politics

Former senior member of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP), Ralph Ramkarran is currently not interested in returning to active politics, in the wake of expectations that he might endorse the opposition coalition. “I can’t predict that now. It will be a sea-change for me to have to change my mind to do something that I have not planned to do,” ...

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Opposition coalition plans to end racially divisive politics, improve living standards

The opposition coalition on Wednesday officially launched its campaign for the May 11, 2015 general elections, pledging to end racially divisive politics for the first time since the 1950s and root out corruption, crime and bad governance. Addressing a packed audience at the Pegasus Hotel, Prime Ministerial candidate Moses Nagamootoo said that after the 60 years Guyana was making another ...

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