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Opposition wants tripartite talks to be recorded – Nov 8th 2012

The tripartite talks between the 2 opposition parties in Parliament and the ruling party are expected to resume and the Alliance for Change has already put on the table some issues of grave concern to that party.

At the party’s weekly press briefing, party leader Khemraj Ramjattan said, there must be equality in the dissemination of information on NCN, the party must have an input into the  2013 national Budget and called on the Government to stop the demonization of the opposition.

Both the APNU and the AFC have repeatedly expressed frustration with the Government for not moving the process forward. Both parties said that a number of issues were put on the table but the gGvernment is treating those  issues with no sense of urgency. Now, the AFC wants the discussion to be recorded.

Since the November 28th 2011 General Elections, the Government and the combined opposition, which hold the majority in the House, were meeting with the hope of working together to build a better Guyana.

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