Georgetown Guyana: City celebrates APNU+AFC coalition’s win

Georgetown Guyana: City celebrates coalition’s win

May 14, 2015 | By KNEWS |
Supporters of the APNU+AFC coalition celebrating on Thursday 14th May at their Queenstown command center and around Georgetown. [click pictures to enlarge]
Supporters of the APNU+AFC coalition celebrating yesterday at the Queenstown and around Georgetown command center

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Supporters of the APNU+AFC coalition celebrating yesterday around Georgetown

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Celebrations in Queenstown

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“We are Guyanese again!” Supporters of the coalition could not contain their joy as they took to the streets in celebration of victory!

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  • Winston Yaw  On 05/14/2015 at 9:45 pm

    I remember as a boy growing up in the Costello Housing Scheme with the East Indian cane and rice farmers that lived alongside the punt trench. Before the politicians used race as a voting tool to get elected. I remember how we all lived together without racial animosity. I remember when it all changed. The day it happened was so sad, it was as if there was a death in the family. It has taken us all these years to understand that we Guyanese have to learn to live together for a better future for our country, and our children

  • Farhaud  On 05/14/2015 at 9:51 pm

    The people have spoken and the result are clear

  • Rohan  On 05/14/2015 at 10:10 pm

    Well said Winston, there is nothing else to say.

  • Raymond  On 05/14/2015 at 10:54 pm

    I always remember those pre-Burnham days too Winston,I lived in La Penitence bordering with Punt Trench Dam.

  • Winston Campbell  On 05/14/2015 at 11:16 pm

    I remember growing up in Meadowbank east bank demerara only one race i could human race black and Indian live work and eat and play together.Meadowbank was the greatest place in the world, I don’t believe there is anyone in world had better childhood than the people in that village. Ido hope those days be back for the country.

  • Rosaliene Bacchus  On 05/15/2015 at 12:23 am

    I, too, remember those days, Winston. Now, we begin the long and difficult journey forward to feeling at home with each other.

  • de castro  On 05/15/2015 at 7:09 am

    peace and love to all guyanese wherever you are….

    the road ahead is full of decisions …hopefully the RIGHT ones.

    offer my services to guyana for free……
    as international consultancy of matters diplomatic….

    kamtan lord of cherin by appointment ot HRH QE2 UKPLC
    on holiday on SPAIN.-

    • Thinker  On 05/15/2015 at 7:35 am

      The crucial thing now is that everyone continue to watch the new government like a hawk. None of them really espouse democratic values and will exercise power in theior own interests. Why should the government owneed media like NCN and the Guyana Chronicle be automatically partisan? Can’t wwe get anything approaching the BBC? What about the University? Should they be checking out the political credentials of academic staff. We all have to take back Guyana: stretching all the way back to the pre-independence norms. No party paramouncy in any form!!!!! Speak NOW,Guyanese.

  • Peter Alleyne  On 05/15/2015 at 7:34 am

    I am hopeful like all other Guyanese that the future will be more prosperous
    and Guyana will reverse the apparent downward spiral that engulfed our beautiful homeland . I will wait and see.
    Please remember the Party in power might have changed……however Real change
    comes from the minds of the People.

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