Bibi Haniffa posted:ksazma posted:
Unfortunately it was that breath of fresh air that Guyanese were looking for when they unadvisedly helped the PNC get into office that resulted in them only getting the blast from the sewer instead.
But it is good that Guyana’s original people will have an opportunity to have pure representation in the country’s decision making. Hopefully that party functions better as a neutralizer than the AFC did.
We are about to see a change in the political landscape in Guyana if the two third parties get enough seats to change the balance of power in Parliament.
PPP might need one of them to form a coalition but at the moment it doesn’t look like that will happen.
The coming elections is a battle between the APNU/AFC and PPP/C , the fittest shall be the winner, the other two parties led by Shuman and Ramkarran will be in for a shock, wishing them well in their pursuits.