PNC camp reportedly uneasy about alliance deal

PNC camp reportedly uneasy about alliance deal

 

THE A Partnership For National Unity (APNU) and the Alliance For Change (AFC) alliance was recently formalised, but according to reports, it happened only after a Jamaican politician stepped in to broker the deal. A reliable source told the Guyana Chronicle that the talks broke down on several occasions during the four-week negotiating period, but both parties were held together by the skilful arbitrator. Information obtained by this newspaper has indicated that though the two sides have agreed to coalesce, the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) leadership has some reservations on the deal struck. The PNCR is the largest party in the coalition, APNU.


According to reports, several senior PNCR leaders are not in agreement with the 60-40 Cabinet allocation in favour of APNU if the APNU-AFC alliance is victorious at the polls.


Following the coalition, former PNCR Executive Joseph Hamilton has contended that it is bewildering that “a party with no constituency” and seven seats in Parliament, “would be guaranteed 12 seats in the House” if the alliance wins outright at the May 11 polls.”


Speaking with the Guyana Chronicle, the Parliamentary Secretary with responsibility for Health said even though the deal has been agreed, based on his knowledge of the thinking of the PNCR there is a strong likelihood that it will be met with strong reservations from the party’s General Council.


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He described the move by the small party as a “brilliant stroke to prolong its survival,” noting that in the history of local politics, the electorate has never been kind to third parties, and the AFC would have become increasingly aware of this.

 

Under the agreement, AFC Vice Chairman Moses Nagamootoo has been named prime ministerial candidate in the alliance, and the party has been given three of the vice presidential positions, one of which automatically goes to the prime ministerial candidate should the alliance defeat the PPP/C at the upcoming elections.


Unconfirmed reports say that the other two will go to AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan and vibrant party executive Cathy Hughes.


From what came out of the alliance’s first press briefing on Friday, it was evident that some basic features of the coalition have not been agreed, and there is some reluctance to come to a mutual agreement.


APNU and the AFC are yet to decide on a name for the alliance, and have placed their respective symbols next to each other on a tentative logo unveiled at the press briefing.


Both AFC Leader Raphael Trotman and APNU General Secretary Joseph Harmon have said that they will not be “playing around” with the identity of their respective parties.


They were also in strong agreement with the tentative logo, but will have to decide on where their supporters should put the X or a star on Elections Day, whether it will be next to the decorated palm or the primarily yellow key.


Voters cannot put an X or star next to two symbols on a ballot paper. The alliance has since promised to re-examine the logo and make a decision on March 4, the date on which it will launch its media campaign.


Faithful members of the alliance, the source told the Guyana Chronicle, are hoping that the “marriage” works and members do no hit the campaign trail as a warring and disarrayed bunch.

 

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AFC executive Cathy Hughes

 

AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan

AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan

Original Post

Ray, Are you really that Naive?? You think long standing PNC Members who broke their backs for decades are going to enjoy Moses and Ramjhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaatan coming in and dominating things and getting better positions than them???

Originally Posted by Demerara_Guy:
According to reports, several senior PNCR leaders are not in agreement with the 60-40 Cabinet allocation in favour of APNU if the APNU-AFC alliance is victorious at the polls.


Following the coalition, former PNCR Executive Joseph Hamilton has contended that it is bewildering that “a party with no constituency” and seven seats in Parliament, “would be guaranteed 12 seats in the House” if the alliance wins outright at the May 11 polls.”

 

 

PNC camp reportedly uneasy about alliance deal, February 23, 2015, Source - Guyana Chronicle

While it may appear as bewildering, it is a strategy to maintain the positions of the PNC members who were in the AFC political organization.

 

After the Mat 11, 2015 elections when the PNC/APNU remains in the opposition, specific individuals who are currently in the AFC will be then named as PNC/APNU opposition members.

Originally Posted by Nehru:

Ray, Are you really that Naive?? You think long standing PNC Members who broke their backs for decades are going to enjoy Moses and Ramjhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaatan coming in and dominating things and getting better positions than them???

Like I said...anything from Chronicle is garbage...

PNC broke their backs for decades??? Please, some of them rass just getting paid for doing absolutely doing nothing!

Originally Posted by RiffRaff:
Originally Posted by Nehru:

Ray, Are you really that Naive?? You think long standing PNC Members who broke their backs for decades are going to enjoy Moses and Ramjhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaatan coming in and dominating things and getting better positions than them???

Like I said...anything from Chronicle is garbage...

PNC broke their backs for decades??? Please, some of them rass just getting paid for doing absolutely doing nothing!

You think it is easy planning and executing Mo Fiah Slo Fiah???

Originally Posted by Nehru:
Originally Posted by RiffRaff:
Originally Posted by Nehru:

Ray, Are you really that Naive?? You think long standing PNC Members who broke their backs for decades are going to enjoy Moses and Ramjhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaatan coming in and dominating things and getting better positions than them???

Like I said...anything from Chronicle is garbage...

PNC broke their backs for decades??? Please, some of them rass just getting paid for doing absolutely doing nothing!

You think it is easy planning and executing Mo Fiah Slo Fiah???

 

Look Idiot,

 

It's "SLOW FIAH" then "MO FIAH"! No one has ever once advocated the reverse.

Originally Posted by Shaitaan:
Originally Posted by Nehru:
Originally Posted by RiffRaff:
Originally Posted by Nehru:

Ray, Are you really that Naive?? You think long standing PNC Members who broke their backs for decades are going to enjoy Moses and Ramjhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaatan coming in and dominating things and getting better positions than them???

Like I said...anything from Chronicle is garbage...

PNC broke their backs for decades??? Please, some of them rass just getting paid for doing absolutely doing nothing!

You think it is easy planning and executing Mo Fiah Slo Fiah???

 

Look Idiot,

 

It's "SLOW FIAH" then "MO FIAH"! No one has ever once advocated the reverse.

DUMMY,WEll you seems to be the expert on Slo Fiah Mo Fiah.

Good to see Hamilton working for his pay making statements in the Chronicle versus breaking sticks on people's backs as in the days of the House of Israel.

 

I remember this meeting at the Bourda Mall.  A squad of HOI was marching down the road along the Mall and people started to scatter.  Although the meeting crowd was larger and could have taken them on, people were just scared, as the PNC could have made life a living hell for you.

Originally Posted by Jay Bharrat:

Good to see Hamilton working for his pay making statements in the Chronicle versus breaking sticks on people's backs as in the days of the House of Israel.

 

I remember this meeting at the Bourda Mall.  A squad of HOI was marching down the road along the Mall and people started to scatter.  Although the meeting crowd was larger and could have taken them on, people were just scared, as the PNC could have made life a living hell for you.

hammy use to bring a bus load and  surround the crowd,people use to get scare and run,i beg jagan for us to fight the man but he refuse,then Rodney come on the seine and every thing change,i join with Rodney and we fight the pnc every where,at kitty market,bourda green,water st we were always prepare for war,i can remember water st by guyana stores a couple bus load was coming from linden to reach us in GT AND THE soldiers stop them and turn them back if we had that strength gt would have burn 

Originally Posted by Demerara_Guy:

PNC camp reportedly uneasy about alliance deal

 

THE A Partnership For National Unity (APNU) and the Alliance For Change (AFC) alliance was recently formalised, but according to reports, it happened only after a Jamaican politician stepped in to broker the deal. A reliable source told the Guyana Chronicle that the talks broke down on several occasions during the four-week negotiating period, but both parties were held together by the skilful arbitrator. Information obtained by this newspaper has indicated that though the two sides have agreed to coalesce, the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) leadership has some reservations on the deal struck. The PNCR is the largest party in the coalition, APNU.


According to reports, several senior PNCR leaders are not in agreement with the 60-40 Cabinet allocation in favour of APNU if the APNU-AFC alliance is victorious at the polls.


Following the coalition, former PNCR Executive Joseph Hamilton has contended that it is bewildering that “a party with no constituency” and seven seats in Parliament, “would be guaranteed 12 seats in the House” if the alliance wins outright at the May 11 polls.”


Speaking with the Guyana Chronicle, the Parliamentary Secretary with responsibility for Health said even though the deal has been agreed, based on his knowledge of the thinking of the PNCR there is a strong likelihood that it will be met with strong reservations from the party’s General Council.


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Brilliant stroke
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He described the move by the small party as a “brilliant stroke to prolong its survival,” noting that in the history of local politics, the electorate has never been kind to third parties, and the AFC would have become increasingly aware of this.

 

Under the agreement, AFC Vice Chairman Moses Nagamootoo has been named prime ministerial candidate in the alliance, and the party has been given three of the vice presidential positions, one of which automatically goes to the prime ministerial candidate should the alliance defeat the PPP/C at the upcoming elections.


Unconfirmed reports say that the other two will go to AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan and vibrant party executive Cathy Hughes.


From what came out of the alliance’s first press briefing on Friday, it was evident that some basic features of the coalition have not been agreed, and there is some reluctance to come to a mutual agreement.


APNU and the AFC are yet to decide on a name for the alliance, and have placed their respective symbols next to each other on a tentative logo unveiled at the press briefing.


Both AFC Leader Raphael Trotman and APNU General Secretary Joseph Harmon have said that they will not be “playing around” with the identity of their respective parties.


They were also in strong agreement with the tentative logo, but will have to decide on where their supporters should put the X or a star on Elections Day, whether it will be next to the decorated palm or the primarily yellow key.


Voters cannot put an X or star next to two symbols on a ballot paper. The alliance has since promised to re-examine the logo and make a decision on March 4, the date on which it will launch its media campaign.


Faithful members of the alliance, the source told the Guyana Chronicle, are hoping that the “marriage” works and members do no hit the campaign trail as a warring and disarrayed bunch.

 

alt

AFC executive Cathy Hughes

 

AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan

AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan

 

 

PNC is a knife and fork party. It is only a matter of time before the PNC faction  of APNU take out their knives and forks. They will not sit down and play second fiddle to the AFC.

 

Interesting times ahead.

Originally Posted by yuji22:
Originally Posted by Demerara_Guy:

PNC camp reportedly uneasy about alliance deal

 

THE A Partnership For National Unity (APNU) and the Alliance For Change (AFC) alliance was recently formalised, but according to reports, it happened only after a Jamaican politician stepped in to broker the deal. A reliable source told the Guyana Chronicle that the talks broke down on several occasions during the four-week negotiating period, but both parties were held together by the skilful arbitrator. Information obtained by this newspaper has indicated that though the two sides have agreed to coalesce, the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) leadership has some reservations on the deal struck. The PNCR is the largest party in the coalition, APNU.


According to reports, several senior PNCR leaders are not in agreement with the 60-40 Cabinet allocation in favour of APNU if the APNU-AFC alliance is victorious at the polls.


Following the coalition, former PNCR Executive Joseph Hamilton has contended that it is bewildering that “a party with no constituency” and seven seats in Parliament, “would be guaranteed 12 seats in the House” if the alliance wins outright at the May 11 polls.”


Speaking with the Guyana Chronicle, the Parliamentary Secretary with responsibility for Health said even though the deal has been agreed, based on his knowledge of the thinking of the PNCR there is a strong likelihood that it will be met with strong reservations from the party’s General Council.


<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Brilliant stroke
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

He described the move by the small party as a “brilliant stroke to prolong its survival,” noting that in the history of local politics, the electorate has never been kind to third parties, and the AFC would have become increasingly aware of this.

 

Under the agreement, AFC Vice Chairman Moses Nagamootoo has been named prime ministerial candidate in the alliance, and the party has been given three of the vice presidential positions, one of which automatically goes to the prime ministerial candidate should the alliance defeat the PPP/C at the upcoming elections.


Unconfirmed reports say that the other two will go to AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan and vibrant party executive Cathy Hughes.


From what came out of the alliance’s first press briefing on Friday, it was evident that some basic features of the coalition have not been agreed, and there is some reluctance to come to a mutual agreement.


APNU and the AFC are yet to decide on a name for the alliance, and have placed their respective symbols next to each other on a tentative logo unveiled at the press briefing.


Both AFC Leader Raphael Trotman and APNU General Secretary Joseph Harmon have said that they will not be “playing around” with the identity of their respective parties.


They were also in strong agreement with the tentative logo, but will have to decide on where their supporters should put the X or a star on Elections Day, whether it will be next to the decorated palm or the primarily yellow key.


Voters cannot put an X or star next to two symbols on a ballot paper. The alliance has since promised to re-examine the logo and make a decision on March 4, the date on which it will launch its media campaign.


Faithful members of the alliance, the source told the Guyana Chronicle, are hoping that the “marriage” works and members do no hit the campaign trail as a warring and disarrayed bunch.

 

alt

AFC executive Cathy Hughes

 

AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan

AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan

 

 

PNC is a knife and fork party. It is only a matter of time before the PNC faction  of APNU take out their knives and forks. They will not sit down and play second fiddle to the AFC.

 

Interesting times ahead.

i hear MOSES like to eat with his hands especially if is dall and rice with duck curry 

Originally Posted by warrior:
Originally Posted by yuji22:
Originally Posted by Demerara_Guy:

PNC camp reportedly uneasy about alliance deal

 

THE A Partnership For National Unity (APNU) and the Alliance For Change (AFC) alliance was recently formalised, but according to reports, it happened only after a Jamaican politician stepped in to broker the deal. A reliable source told the Guyana Chronicle that the talks broke down on several occasions during the four-week negotiating period, but both parties were held together by the skilful arbitrator. Information obtained by this newspaper has indicated that though the two sides have agreed to coalesce, the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) leadership has some reservations on the deal struck. The PNCR is the largest party in the coalition, APNU.


According to reports, several senior PNCR leaders are not in agreement with the 60-40 Cabinet allocation in favour of APNU if the APNU-AFC alliance is victorious at the polls.


Following the coalition, former PNCR Executive Joseph Hamilton has contended that it is bewildering that “a party with no constituency” and seven seats in Parliament, “would be guaranteed 12 seats in the House” if the alliance wins outright at the May 11 polls.”


Speaking with the Guyana Chronicle, the Parliamentary Secretary with responsibility for Health said even though the deal has been agreed, based on his knowledge of the thinking of the PNCR there is a strong likelihood that it will be met with strong reservations from the party’s General Council.


<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Brilliant stroke
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

He described the move by the small party as a “brilliant stroke to prolong its survival,” noting that in the history of local politics, the electorate has never been kind to third parties, and the AFC would have become increasingly aware of this.

 

Under the agreement, AFC Vice Chairman Moses Nagamootoo has been named prime ministerial candidate in the alliance, and the party has been given three of the vice presidential positions, one of which automatically goes to the prime ministerial candidate should the alliance defeat the PPP/C at the upcoming elections.


Unconfirmed reports say that the other two will go to AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan and vibrant party executive Cathy Hughes.


From what came out of the alliance’s first press briefing on Friday, it was evident that some basic features of the coalition have not been agreed, and there is some reluctance to come to a mutual agreement.


APNU and the AFC are yet to decide on a name for the alliance, and have placed their respective symbols next to each other on a tentative logo unveiled at the press briefing.


Both AFC Leader Raphael Trotman and APNU General Secretary Joseph Harmon have said that they will not be “playing around” with the identity of their respective parties.


They were also in strong agreement with the tentative logo, but will have to decide on where their supporters should put the X or a star on Elections Day, whether it will be next to the decorated palm or the primarily yellow key.


Voters cannot put an X or star next to two symbols on a ballot paper. The alliance has since promised to re-examine the logo and make a decision on March 4, the date on which it will launch its media campaign.


Faithful members of the alliance, the source told the Guyana Chronicle, are hoping that the “marriage” works and members do no hit the campaign trail as a warring and disarrayed bunch.

 

alt

AFC executive Cathy Hughes

 

AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan

AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan

 

 

PNC is a knife and fork party. It is only a matter of time before the PNC faction  of APNU take out their knives and forks. They will not sit down and play second fiddle to the AFC.

 

Interesting times ahead.

i hear MOSES like to eat with his hands especially if is dall and rice with duck curry 

 

Moses is a traitor and crabdawg. I am sure that the crabdawg eats with his hands. Neemakharam.

Originally Posted by yuji22:
Originally Posted by warrior:
Originally Posted by yuji22:
Originally Posted by Demerara_Guy:

PNC camp reportedly uneasy about alliance deal

 

THE A Partnership For National Unity (APNU) and the Alliance For Change (AFC) alliance was recently formalised, but according to reports, it happened only after a Jamaican politician stepped in to broker the deal. A reliable source told the Guyana Chronicle that the talks broke down on several occasions during the four-week negotiating period, but both parties were held together by the skilful arbitrator. Information obtained by this newspaper has indicated that though the two sides have agreed to coalesce, the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) leadership has some reservations on the deal struck. The PNCR is the largest party in the coalition, APNU.


According to reports, several senior PNCR leaders are not in agreement with the 60-40 Cabinet allocation in favour of APNU if the APNU-AFC alliance is victorious at the polls.


Following the coalition, former PNCR Executive Joseph Hamilton has contended that it is bewildering that “a party with no constituency” and seven seats in Parliament, “would be guaranteed 12 seats in the House” if the alliance wins outright at the May 11 polls.”


Speaking with the Guyana Chronicle, the Parliamentary Secretary with responsibility for Health said even though the deal has been agreed, based on his knowledge of the thinking of the PNCR there is a strong likelihood that it will be met with strong reservations from the party’s General Council.


<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Brilliant stroke
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

He described the move by the small party as a “brilliant stroke to prolong its survival,” noting that in the history of local politics, the electorate has never been kind to third parties, and the AFC would have become increasingly aware of this.

 

Under the agreement, AFC Vice Chairman Moses Nagamootoo has been named prime ministerial candidate in the alliance, and the party has been given three of the vice presidential positions, one of which automatically goes to the prime ministerial candidate should the alliance defeat the PPP/C at the upcoming elections.


Unconfirmed reports say that the other two will go to AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan and vibrant party executive Cathy Hughes.


From what came out of the alliance’s first press briefing on Friday, it was evident that some basic features of the coalition have not been agreed, and there is some reluctance to come to a mutual agreement.


APNU and the AFC are yet to decide on a name for the alliance, and have placed their respective symbols next to each other on a tentative logo unveiled at the press briefing.


Both AFC Leader Raphael Trotman and APNU General Secretary Joseph Harmon have said that they will not be “playing around” with the identity of their respective parties.


They were also in strong agreement with the tentative logo, but will have to decide on where their supporters should put the X or a star on Elections Day, whether it will be next to the decorated palm or the primarily yellow key.


Voters cannot put an X or star next to two symbols on a ballot paper. The alliance has since promised to re-examine the logo and make a decision on March 4, the date on which it will launch its media campaign.


Faithful members of the alliance, the source told the Guyana Chronicle, are hoping that the “marriage” works and members do no hit the campaign trail as a warring and disarrayed bunch.

 

alt

AFC executive Cathy Hughes

 

AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan

AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan

 

 

PNC is a knife and fork party. It is only a matter of time before the PNC faction  of APNU take out their knives and forks. They will not sit down and play second fiddle to the AFC.

 

Interesting times ahead.

i hear MOSES like to eat with his hands especially if is dall and rice with duck curry 

 

Moses is a traitor and crabdawg. I am sure that the crabdawg eats with his hands. Neemakharam.

Madhur! Madhur! OM Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya.  Like I have to speak to you about samahdi.

 

February 12, 2015 4:10 PM

 

Former AFC General Secretary resigns after being ostracized for opposing party internal corruption

THURSDAY, 12 FEBRUARY 2015 17:52 ADMINISTRATOR
 

 

 

 

Former AFC General Secretary Sixtus Edwards

Former General Secretary of the Alliance for Change(AFC), Sixtus Edwards has tendered his resignation from the party. It is to take effect immediately. Another former AFC member, Region Six Councilor Haseef Yusuf, writing in a letter which appeared in several local newspapers described Edwards as a respected, no-nonsense individual, ‘of integrity and self-respect that is par excellence’.

He said the former General Secretary’s cardinal sin was that he dared to call for financial accountability within the party. By doing this he became the target of a ‘cabal’ led by party leader Khemraj Ramjattan.

Yusuf said he was present in 2012 at the party’s Conference where Edwards spoke out on the need for financial accountability, specifically, for all monies to be deposited in a bank account to be disbursed only when such disbursement is authorised by the Finance Committee. He said Edwards always complained about ‘a one-man Finance Committee’, and the deliberate violation of the Party’s Constitution.

Edwards’ activism against internal party corruption according to the Region 6 Councilor resulted in the rigging of the party’s election which led to him being replaced by David Patterson as General Secretary.

 

extracted from http://www.newguymedia.com 

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