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Originally posted by albert:
When one compares the socio-economic condition under the P.N.C administration to that of the P.P.P/C dictatorship we Guyanese are by far better off and enjoy a higher standard of living with greater spending power under the peoples progressive party/civic


Thanks to the remittances from the Diaspora and the prop up from the lucartive Narco industry which was not there during the PNC time.
quote:
Originally posted by albert:
Horsey.. you are free no too....an will be condemned to repeat it...


Some say we are repeating it today with Chronicle, NCN and Gina.

Some say we are repeating it with corruption left right and center.

Some say we are repeating it with NEW names like GRDB, New GMC

Some say we are repeating it by embracing the Burnham constitution.
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The P.P.P/C has invested heavily on on the social sector thus improving the socio-economic conditions of fellow Guyanese...
Health

2010

ο‚· Government expended $13.4 billion in 2010 towards the implementation of the National Health Sector Strategy 2008-2012.

ο‚· $1.3 billion was expended for the construction, rehabilitation and maintenance of health care facilities in 2010.

ο‚· Over $280 million was expended on training, while more than 150 new health workers entered the public health sector contributing to improved doctors and nurses’ population ratio.

2011

ο‚· $14 billion has been allocated to the health sector

ο‚· Government has budgeted to inject $345 million into training activities, which will provide for an additional 250 professional nurses being trained and 140 clinical and technical staff, while over 280 students in various health disciplines are currently in training across the various schools.

ο‚· 1 billion has been budgeted for the construction and maintenance of health sector buildings and infrastructure nationwide

ο‚· Storage bond in Diamond will be completed in 2011

ο‚· $235 million has been budgeted for the completion of the GPHC inpatient facility. Additionally, facilities at Enmore Polyclinic, West Demerara Hospital, Leguan, and Oscar Joseph District Hospitals will be upgraded.

c. Housing

2010

ο‚· Over $9.6 billion was expended in the housing sector in 2010

ο‚· Allocated of 6,331 house lots as well as the distributed 4,591 land titles surpassing our targets of 5,500 house lots and 3,750 land titles

ο‚· $343.7 million was expended over the last year for the successful completion of a $2.2 billion housing project which has realised the construction and upgrading of roads, drains and structures benefiting 4,636 lots in areas such as Cummings Lodge C&Y, Sophia, Westminster, Belle West, Glasgow and Onderneeming.

ο‚· $680 million was spent on the construction of roads, drains and structures in areas such as Block 8 Mon Repos, Plantation Schoonord, Anna Catherina, Hope Estate

2011

ο‚· $3.6 billion is allocated to the housing sector to facilitate the development of housing schemes which is expected to result in the allocation of 7,500 house lots and the processing and distribution of 4,000 land titles.

ο‚· $700 million will be spent on improving the road network and water distribution systems to the benefit approximately 1,500 households.

ο‚· Under the Second Low Income Settlement Programme, 148 core houses are expected to be completed


The Guyanese electors will be endorsing the P.P.P/C
quote:
Originally posted by Horse Man:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by albert:
Horsey.. you are free no too....an will be condemned to repeat it...


Some say we are repeating it today with Chronicle, NCN and Gina.

Some say we are repeating it with corruption left right and center.

Some say we are repeating it with NEW names like GRDB, New GMC

Some say we are repeating it by embracing the Burnham constitution.
quote:
The P.P.P/C has invested heavily on on the social sector thus improving the socio-economic conditions of fellow Guyanese...
Health

2010

ο‚· Government expended $13.4 billion in 2010 towards the implementation of the National Health Sector Strategy 2008-2012.

ο‚· $1.3 billion was expended for the construction, rehabilitation and maintenance of health care facilities in 2010.

ο‚· Over $280 million was expended on training, while more than 150 new health workers entered the public health sector contributing to improved doctors and nurses’ population ratio.

2011

ο‚· $14 billion has been allocated to the health sector

ο‚· Government has budgeted to inject $345 million into training activities, which will provide for an additional 250 professional nurses being trained and 140 clinical and technical staff, while over 280 students in various health disciplines are currently in training across the various schools.

ο‚· 1 billion has been budgeted for the construction and maintenance of health sector buildings and infrastructure nationwide

ο‚· Storage bond in Diamond will be completed in 2011

ο‚· $235 million has been budgeted for the completion of the GPHC inpatient facility. Additionally, facilities at Enmore Polyclinic, West Demerara Hospital, Leguan, and Oscar Joseph District Hospitals will be upgraded.

c. Housing

2010

ο‚· Over $9.6 billion was expended in the housing sector in 2010

ο‚· Allocated of 6,331 house lots as well as the distributed 4,591 land titles surpassing our targets of 5,500 house lots and 3,750 land titles

ο‚· $343.7 million was expended over the last year for the successful completion of a $2.2 billion housing project which has realised the construction and upgrading of roads, drains and structures benefiting 4,636 lots in areas such as Cummings Lodge C&Y, Sophia, Westminster, Belle West, Glasgow and Onderneeming.

ο‚· $680 million was spent on the construction of roads, drains and structures in areas such as Block 8 Mon Repos, Plantation Schoonord, Anna Catherina, Hope Estate

2011

ο‚· $3.6 billion is allocated to the housing sector to facilitate the development of housing schemes which is expected to result in the allocation of 7,500 house lots and the processing and distribution of 4,000 land titles.

ο‚· $700 million will be spent on improving the road network and water distribution systems to the benefit approximately 1,500 households.

ο‚· Under the Second Low Income Settlement Programme, 148 core houses are expected to be completed



The electorate are wise...they will endorse the working class party..they will vote P.P.P/C
quote:
Originally posted by Horse Man:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Horse Man:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by albert:
Horsey.. you are free no too....an will be condemned to repeat it...


Some say we are repeating it today with Chronicle, NCN and Gina.

Some say we are repeating it with corruption left right and center.

Some say we are repeating it with NEW names like GRDB, New GMC

Some say we are repeating it by embracing the Burnham constitution.
quote:
Originally posted by warrior:
who the hell care about the pnc you know how long ago that was the ppp 20 yrs and guyana become the best export port cocain mange by the ppp crime family you fools know where the drugs going well all the way to north america where you live with your family i hope to god none of your family member get hook


Perhaps, perhaps not. Something to ponder!

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