Corbin wants Government to accept Elections reality
The President’s contention that he will not sign into law any bill passed by the parliament that his party had no role in continues to rile the opposition. The opposition parties believe the President may be playing around with the laws of Guyana and they do not intend to allow that to take place. A stalemate could be on the horizon if compromises are not met on many of the bills that could find themselves on the President’s desk.
Leader of the Peoples National Congress Reform Robert Corbin believes that the PPP is still trying to get over what took place on November 28 when the party lost its control of the parliament.
The PNC makes up the biggest block in the opposition coalition APNU. The APNU has made clear its position on the President’s statement and the Alliance for Change has also expressed some worry about the President’s contention.