The PPP looks forward with high expectations for the next sitting of Parliament.
While the Government and the opposition remains at loggerheads in the national assembly, General sectary of the PPP Clement Rohee said his party has already formulated is programme, strategies and tactics for the next session of parliament.
It was only recently President of the Georgetown Chamber of commerce Clinton Urling said the biggest challenge facing this nation over the past year is the political impasse and the uncompromising stands and positions by our politicians. He said the current political climate is scaring away investors and affecting our national economy.
Rohee said he expects the anit-money laundry bill to be back in this session and budget talks. He said his party has started some brainstorming on how to approach parliament coming out of the recess.
While the Government is trying to push their agenda the opposition parties are also looking to president Donald Ramotar to assent to the four local Government bills that were passed in the national assembly close to two months ago.