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AFC Launches 2011 Elections Campaign

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Re-engaging the UK’s offer to reform the local security sector and allowing the US Drug Enforcement Agency to set up an operation here are among several plans listed by the Alliance for Change as that party unveiled its action plan for the country in the lead up to this year’s elections.
The party at its campaign launch on Saturday said it is confident that it will take office this year since it has the right turn for Guyana- a turn deserving of all Guyanese.
In the first year of office the party noted that it will place significant emphasis on jobs crime and corruption
 
That was executive member of the AFC’s NY/NJ chapter Saesnarine Singh.
And taking a look at economic issues, the party said it will work to reduce the value-added tax from 16% to 12% and increase the income tax threshold to $50,000.
 
And re-assuring its supporters that the AFC’s proposals will not just be mere promises Presidential Candidate Khemraj Ramjattan is urging voters to make the right decision and shy away from voting race. Ramjattan believes that Guyana is at the crossroads and now is the time to make the right turn.
 
The Alliance for Change is the first political party to roll out its manifesto for this year’s elections and this is the second time that the party will be contesting the elections. 

Re-engaging the UK’s offer to reform the local security sector and allowing the US Drug Enforcement Agency to set up an operation here are among several plans listed by the Alliance for Change as that party unveiled its action plan for the country in the lead up to this year’s elections.


The party at its campaign launch on Saturday said it is confident that it will take office this year since it has the right turn for Guyana- a turn deserving of all Guyanese.
In the first year of office the party noted that it will place significant emphasis on jobs crime and corruption
 
That was executive member of the AFC’s NY/NJ chapter Saesnarine Singh.
And taking a look at economic issues, the party said it will work to reduce the value-added tax from 16% to 12% and increase the income tax threshold to $50,000.
 
And re-assuring its supporters that the AFC’s proposals will not just be mere promises Presidential Candidate Khemraj Ramjattan is urging voters to make the right decision and shy away from voting race. Ramjattan believes that Guyana is at the crossroads and now is the time to make the right turn.
 
The Alliance for Change is the first political party to roll out its manifesto for this year’s elections and this is the second time that the party will be contesting the elections.

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