Reply to "Amaila Falls Hydropower Project now highly unlikely"

caribny posted:
 
 

And it was the responsibility of a responsible opposition to kill any project that appeared to be poorly conceived. The AFC did ask for feasibility studies, which were never furnished.

The PPP kicked their own shin with their incompetent arrogance.  You should blame them for that. It is asinine for you to think that the PPP could expect approval for a large project of this magnitude when they refused to provide information, and when the initial aspects of this project were riddled with corruption.

Why was Fip Motilall granted the road building award when it is obvious that he couldn't succeed: If you cannot address this then you have no business screaming that Jagdeo is the Master of the Universe, and can do what ever he wants.  In fact he has been an abject failure in GuySICKO. Even he now admits this as much as he is able to do so.

Again, you are fixated on the PPP. What will the PNC do to fulfill Guyana's hydro electric aspirations? The power is now in jackass Granger's hands, but it looks like he is content to install a few solar panels and call it a day.

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