Private Sector decries ‘obstructionist politics’ …calls premature Election a dis-incentive to Business

Private Sector decries ‘obstructionist politics’ …calls premature Election a dis-incentive to Business

Private Sector decries ‘obstructionist politics’ of past year …calls premature Election a dis-incentive to Business Community

PSC Executive Members (from left) are Kit Nascimento, Eddie Boyer and Ramesh Dookhoo (Adrian Narine photo)

 EXECUTIVE Members of the Private Sector Commission (PSC) has condemned the ‘obstructionist politics’ that infused the landscape in the past year forcing early elections and in the process doing a disservice to the business community.

 This is the consensus of Executive Members of the Private Sector Commission (PSC) – Ramesh Dookhoo, Eddie Boyer and Kit Nascimento, who during a media briefing on Wednesday last, were asked to weigh in on the current political atmosphere and its relationship with the Business Community.

“The Private Sector hates elections,” blurted an animated Dookhoo, who was joined by his colleagues in pointing out that given what obtains in such an environment, the local business community has currently adopted a “wait and see” approach. 

“As a Guyanese, as a private citizen, I am ashamed by the fact that our politicians cannot find it in their hearts to work together for you and me to have a better Guyana” – Ramesh Dookhoo

According to Dookhoo, the holding of elections before its scheduled five year interval, is a huge disincentive to the Private Sector.  [Read more]

 

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