Katahar posted:I have no skin in the game, besides seeing respect for the people, constituition, as is, and general spirit of agreements.1- Nomination of GECOM chair. There was blatant disregard for the spirit of the agreement.2- NCV - blatant disregard for the constitution by doing everything to not honor the constitution.We can argue who is better for guyana - ppp vs pnc. That is like 6 of one and half dozen of the other.In the end re-electing the PNC would be sending the wrong message to all with regards to laws and the spirit of agreements and only embolden the PNC and other parties to defy the constitution and spirit of agreements going forward.Would be great if one of the smaller parties won enough seats to hold the balance of power.
I think it will be a minority Govt with ANUG holding sway. This was the path I had hoped the AFC would follow. At least, ANUG does not have the type of hatred for the PPP as the AFC Indians. This means, should the PPP form the government, they would not just side with the Coalition to hamper progress and topple the Govt.