I don’t see a single reference to the forgotten people, the poorest of the poor, how to break the cycle of intractable poverty. I see a lot here for those already finding some traction to make it better. That’s good, but 30% of Guyanese live in rural abject poverty with no access to proper nutrition, health services and schools for their kids.
And how about crime. The disciplined services received their bonuses under the PPP but then did not cooperate and even aided and abetted crime. Today crime is rampant! what are the plans?
There are a few nuggets in the plan however, I don’t see any ground breaking new ideas to deal with the bane of Guyanese society: poverty, illiteracy, crime and corruption!
The PPP would do good to look at some of Shuman’s proposals!