APNU proposes new social contract
Opposition Leader David Granger said his party is proposing a new social contract in order to promote national unity and address other pressing issues such as security, crime, road fatalities and interpersonal violence.
Granger said the country’s economic crisis has even lowered the standard of living of the working class. He even pointed to the fact that Guyana was rated as the second poorest country in CARICOM by the World Bank.
The main opposition party is hoping that its call for a new social contract would be taking seriously by the administration and examined as a way to improve the lives of citizens.