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Former AFC MP Rutherford resigns from party

-says it has lost its way

Audwin Rutherford
Audwin Rutherford

Former Alliance for Change (AFC) parliamentarian and APNU+AFC’s former Region 10 representative, Audwin Rutherford yesterday tendered his resignation from the party contending that it has lost its way and has been subsumed by the People’s National Congress Reform.

“Please accept my resignation from the AFC as a member of the NEC and party with immediate effect (11th, October 2030),” the letter seen by the Stabroek News states.

Orhttps://www.stabroeknews.com/2020/10/12/news/guyana/former-afc-mp-rutherford-resigns-from-party/

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This man is right to resign, the AFC is dead, the WPA is dead and so is Sharma's party. Ramjattan is the leader of a shell party. Moses is a sell out and should turn to the sea. Is the WPA still functioning? iF, so who are the leaders?  

Jagdeo pulverized the AFC.

Why blame Jagdeo?  You have to blame Moses for being clumsy. Moses and Ramjattan had no governing skills to offer the Coalition. They tried to destroy the PPP and their venture backfired. These two vindictive bastards were responsible for the Coalition losing the election. They neglected the Amerinds and underrate the Power of Jagdeo's ability.

Lack of consultations leads to Basil Blackman’s departure from PNC/R

https://guyanatimesgy.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Blackman.jpgBasil Blackman flanked by Opposition Leader Joseph Harmon and PNC/R Leader David Granger

Executive Member of the Peoples National Congress Reform (PNC/R) Basil Blackman has resigned from the party, citing his disappointment with the lack of consultations on a number of decisions.

“Several key decisions do not sit well with me and as such, I feel as though the executive no longer serves its mandated purpose since decisions are made without consultation,” Blackman said in a letter of resignation to party General Secretary Amna Ally.

The letter was also sent to PNC/R Leader David Granger.

https://guyanatimesgy.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/resignation-Letter.jpg

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