Appealing to citizens to help it create a new governance system where the main parties share executive power, A New and United Guyana (ANUG) was this afternoon launched at Moray House pledging to be held legally accountable for its commitments and declaring that corruption will be tackled by calling in the United Nations and Transparency International.

Unveiled on Christmas Day with its key figures including Senior Counsel Ralph Ramkarran, former minister Henry Jeffrey and attorney Timothy Jonas, ANUG now faces the challenge of finding  purchase in the public particularly if general elections are to be held by the end of March this year following the successful motion of no confidence against the APNU+AFC government.          Continue reading