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Two main political parties trade punches in the run up to local govt. elections

apnu 10thThe two main political parties the PPP/C and the PNC/R are saying that they are prepared and ready to go back to the polls.

On Monday the ruling party coming out from an outreach in their strong hold in region six said they ready for any elections, whether Local Government or General Elections.

PPP is quietly confident that they will win back the majority lost at the November 2011 polls.

Meanwhile the youth arm of the People National Congress Reform is playing its part to have young people educated and mobilize support for the anticipated local government election. At a rally in New Amsterdam in region six over the weekend the message was clear to supporters that the future is in their hands.

Member of parliament Annette Ferguson called on young people to get involved, come on board and take back their communities.

And the problems facing the Sugar industry did not escape the criticism of the speakers at the Rally. Executive member of the APNU James Bond  told supporters that sugar workers are treated like second-class citizens.

Local government elections were last held in Guyana in 1994.

 

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