Red Thread believes more Guyanese should take a page out of the book of the people of Linden
Women’s group Red Thread believes that more Guyanese should take a page out of the book of the people of Linden and stand up for their rights.
Red Thread believes that guns will not solve the many problems facing the community and are calling on the administration to talk with the people.
The group and other concerned citizens picketed outside of the office of the president to vent their disgust over the prevailing situation in the mining town.
APNU executive member David Hinds said that it is clear in his mind that the government is trying to turn Linden into a police state while social activist Freddie Kissoon believes that other parts of the country should come out in total solidarity with Linden.
Lindeners are calling for the withdrawal of the July 1st tariff increases imposed on the community by the administration.