Guyana has until November to come up with the amendments to the anti-money Laundering Bill.
The union is calling for the political will among all political parties to have a number of pieces of legislation that are important to good governance addressed.
Witter is of the opinion that the government prefers to have Guyana default, blacklisted and hopefully blame the opposition.
GTUC general secretary Lincoln Lewis said he wants to see changes in the bill. Lewis feels that the money-laundering bill falls within the purview of good governance.
The GTUC believes that any bill or law that seeks to address money –laundering and terroristic activities must ensure structures are put in place to achieve compliance built on international principles of accountable and legitimate behavior by the government.