Guyana: PPP calls on Granger gov’t to resign

The People’s Progressive Party is calling on the David Granger-led coalition to resign now in keeping with the provisions of the constitution on the approval of a no confidence motion against the government, and it has written to the Chief Justice asking that it be heard should government seek an ex parte injunction to stay the successful no-confidence motion.

Leader of the Opposition Bharrat Jagdeo said yesterday that based on intelligence the PPP has gathered, Government is looking at six options to hang onto office.

He told the media outside Freedom House in Georgetown that the party deposited a letter at Chief Justice Roxane George’s office asking to be heard on any ex parte arrangements put forward by the government to stay last Friday’s no-confidence motion against the government.



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