Guyana Politics: Many Candidates… Little Choice – By Verian Mentis-Barker

Two is a coincidence but three is a trend, says statisticians and now the three Political Parties that have taken advantage of the No Confidence Motion is a trend,  that may be even more alarming than the Charrandass vote itself.

By normalizing the consequences of MisGovernment all through its Post-Independence, politics in Guyana has become the producer of the nation’s leading product – moral hazard.

And if there is any hope that the upcoming snap elections will usher in some divine rectification, one need only look at the members of the Parties throwing their hats into the arena, to get the picture.

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  • Elaine  On February 11, 2019 at 2:31 pm

    When Britain gave British Guiana independence in 1966, she handed over the country to ambitious, greedy boys and expected them to do the job of intelligent, law abiding men who would have the country’s best interest at heart. From change of government to change of government, the leaders have all failed in their efforts to move Guyana forward in a positive, productive and law abiding way. So now we’re heading for another election with leaders from the same parties who will just do more of the same. They’re all chomping at the bit to get their greedy, corrupt hands on the oil money that is expected to flow into Guyana.

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