Georgetown businessmen weigh in on Parliamentary standoff, calls for political stability – 23rd Nov 2012
President of the Georgetown Chambers of Commerce, Clinton Urling, today weighed in on the stand-off in the National Assembly, where the opposition has brought a no confidence motion against Home affairs Minister, Clement Rohee. Urling said, the biggest risk of doing business in Guyana is the political climate.
The Chamber’s President said, the GCCI is deeply worried about the situation that is prevailing in Parliament, which seems to be very intractable.
Urling believes, that decisionsof the the speaker of the National Assembly and the processes of the National Assembly should be respected by all Parliamentarians.
The Georgetown Chambers of Commerce wants to see more co-operation, compromise and some level of stability among political leaders.
According to the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce, an historical review has showed that whenever they are political disturbances the economy suffers.