Totaram posted:Baseman posted:Totaram posted:Bibi Haniffa posted:
My great grandfather was a senior employee of a sugar estate. He bought his land. No loans. Worked hard and saved his money to buy it. Now I see why you are so obsessed with Jagdeo house that he built after serving as President of Guyana.
If PPP supporters are so confident that their party is clean they should support a disproportionate wealth bill. We'll then see if people with public sector salaries could buy the properties held by some politicians. Many countries have disproportionate wealth legislation, e.g., India, Nepal, UK.
Get real banna. Thievery in Guyana is normalized. The PNC will not apply that standard, neither will the PPP. They both serve and protect each other in the partnership of thievery.
It could happen if the people demand it. The Coalition is more likely to favour such legislation. Moreover, there is independent evidence that corruption in the public sector is less prevalent under the coalition. Have a look at the 2109 Transparency International report on corruption. You'll see that Guyana is among three countries identified as having significantly improved.
It could mean that corruption zoomed real high in numerous countries making Guyana look better even though corruption there has increased but not proportionate to other nations. Judge between the PPP era and PNC era is better way of gauging corruption.