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PPP MPs will not accept salary increases; motion to be tabled in Parliament challenging it – Opposition Leader
15 Oct
2015
Written by Joe Public

PPP MPs will not accept salary increases; motion to be tabled in Parliament challenging it – Opposition Leader »

PPP Members of Parliament who form the political opposition will not be accepting salary increases instituted by the APNU+AFC government. This was made Read more…

PRESS STATEMENT: APNU+AFC GOV’T TRYING TO DIVERT ATTENTION FROM ‘OBNOXIOUS’ SALARY INCREASES
15 Oct
2015
Written by Joe Public

PRESS STATEMENT: APNU+AFC GOV’T TRYING TO DIVERT ATTENTION FROM ‘OBNOXIOUS’ SALARY INCREASES »

PRESS RELEASE The blitzkrieg launched against the APNU+AFC coalition administration by a wide cross section of Guyanese society expressing their disgust and rejection Read more…

PRESS STATEMENT: PPP notes Attorney General’s ‘flip-flopping’ on establishment of local law school
12 Oct
2015
Written by Joe Public

PRESS STATEMENT: PPP notes Attorney General’s ‘flip-flopping’ on establishment of local law school »

PRESS STATEMENT The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) has noted the flip-flopping by Mr. Basil Williams in respect to the establishment of a Regional Read more…

PRESS STATEMENT:PPP denounces gov’t’s arbitrary and politically motivated decision to repossess farm lands
12 Oct
2015
Written by Joe Public

PRESS STATEMENT:PPP denounces gov’t’s arbitrary and politically motivated decision to repossess farm lands »

PRESS STATEMENT The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) denounces the arbitrary and politically motivated action by the Granger-led APNU+AFC Coalition to repossess farm lands Read more…

Former PM responds to Harmon’s ‘thieving all over the place’ comment made when justifying salary increases
9 Oct
2015
Written by Joe Public

Former PM responds to Harmon’s ‘thieving all over the place’ comment made when justifying salary increases »

By Former Prime Minister, Samuel Hinds

Perhaps we could and should take this outburst as just another instance of Read more…

PRESS STATEMENT: PPP rejects Sharma’s claim that City Hall beyond audit
8 Oct
2015
Written by Joe Public

PRESS STATEMENT: PPP rejects Sharma’s claim that City Hall beyond audit »

PRESS STATEMENT

The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) had noted the widespread public outcry for City Hall to be audited. This is in keeping Read more…

PRESS STATEMENT: PPP calls for calls for immediate rescinding of disgraceful salary increases for Gov’t Ministers
7 Oct
2015
Written by Joe Public

PRESS STATEMENT: PPP calls for calls for immediate rescinding of disgraceful salary increases for Gov’t Ministers »

PRESS STATEMENT

The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) condemns in the strongest terms the ugly decision to grant whopping increases to Vice Presidents, Minister Read more…

PRESS STATEMENT: Ramayya must cease the unbridled politicking from his office
7 Oct
2015
Written by Joe Public

PRESS STATEMENT: Ramayya must cease the unbridled politicking from his office »

PRESS STATEMENT

The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) calls on the APNU+AFC Regional Executive Officer in Region 6 get off his haunches and get Read more…

PRESS STATEMENT: Gov’t, City Council actions against vendors reprehensible – Daily bread being jeopardized by ‘Environmental Fee’
6 Oct
2015
Written by Joe Public

PRESS STATEMENT: Gov’t, City Council actions against vendors reprehensible – Daily bread being jeopardized by ‘Environmental Fee’ »

PRESS STATEMENT

The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) considers the actions of the Central Government, the Georgetown City Council and the Anna Regina IMC Read more…

PRESS STATEMENT: Mass consultations necessary before electronic vote counting implemented – PPP  restates call for widespread reform at GECOM
6 Oct
2015
Written by Joe Public

PRESS STATEMENT: Mass consultations necessary before electronic vote counting implemented – PPP restates call for widespread reform at GECOM »

PRESS STATEMENT

The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) notes the offer by Canada to provide voting machines for electronic counting of votes for Local Read more…

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