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President urges REOs to be timely, transparent in their duties

Georgetown, GINA, February 2, 2012
Source - GINA

President Donald Ramotar meeting Regional Executive Officers at the Office of the President. Head of the Presidential Secretariat Dr. Roger Luncheon, Minister of Local Government Ganga Persaud and Permanent Secretary in the Ministry Collin Croal are also in photo.

Appointed Regional Executive Officers from the 10 administrative regions of Guyana were reminded of their obligation to perform their duties in a transparent, effectively and timely manner during a meeting with President Donald Ramotar today.

The charge came after the President congratulated the officials on their appointments in the presence of Head of the Presidential Secretariat Dr. Roger Luncheon, Minister of Local Government and Regional Development Ganga Persaud and Permanent Secretary in the Ministry Collin Croal.

REOs often serve as the intermediaries between the community and the government and in this regard the President implored that they develop a people-centred approach, with an ear for the concerns of the residents and providing updates on the work of the administration.

Conflict resolution was part of the President’s charge acknowledging that this is an inevitable factor at the community level.

With infrastructural projects being a regular feature of Government’s developmental programmes, the President told the REOs to police such activities and ensure that contractual agreements between the regional administration and contractors have the necessary safeguard mechanisms and punitive measures in accordance with the contract in the event that a contractor is found culpable.

As he did in his new year’s message to the nation, the President stressed value for money in the delivery of services and an end to corruption.

The President had also promised quality in the social services, improvement in the physical infrastructure, and higher standards of living for every Guyanese.
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Cain, Either you are playing deh ASS or totally stupid. Almost everyone spoke of CORRUPTION in Guyana. IT IS THERE, IT iS EVERYWHERE. Give this President CREDIT for addressing this DISEASE!!!
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Originally posted by cain:
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As he did in his new year’s message to the nation, the President stressed value for money in the delivery of services and an end to corruption.



What corruption is he speaking about here DG?

No one on GNI backing the PPP/C ever said anything about corruption,hmmmm!
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Originally posted by cain:
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As he did in his new year’s message to the nation, the President stressed value for money in the delivery of services and an end to corruption.


What corruption is he speaking about here DG?

No one on GNI backing the PPP/C ever said anything about corruption,hmmmm!


Have you arrived at the answer, Cain? Smile
]Originally posted by cain:
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As he did in his new year’s message to the nation, the President stressed value for money in the delivery of services and an end to corruption.



What corruption is he speaking about here DG?

No one on GNI backing the PPP/C ever said anything about corruption,hmmmm![/QUOTE]


[QUOTE]Originally posted by Nehru: Cain, Either you are playing deh ASS or totally stupid. Almost everyone spoke of CORRUPTION in Guyana. IT IS THERE, IT iS EVERYWHERE. Give this President CREDIT for addressing this DISEASE!!![QUOTE


THAT IS UTTER BULLSHIT NEHRU!!!

You are one of those who never spoke out against the thiefin PPP and the corruption they were involved in until the election was over.
If the PPP had won outright you guys would never have spoken up. All you PPP people placed the party on a pedestal, they were untouchable...."dem a watch we"... you all sang that stupid song and rejoiced, rubbing our noses in the PPP's filth.
Well, those days have ended and now " we a watch dem" alright.
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Originally posted by Demerara_Guy:
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Originally posted by cain:
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As he did in his new year’s message to the nation, the President stressed value for money in the delivery of services and an end to corruption.


What corruption is he speaking about here DG?

No one on GNI backing the PPP/C ever said anything about corruption,hmmmm!


Have you arrived at the answer, Cain? Smile



I as well as others on this board know the corruption the PPP/C were involved in, do you DG?
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Originally posted by Demerara_Guy:
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Originally posted by cain:

I as well as others on this board know the corruption the PPP/C were involved in, do you DG?


1. Is alleged corruption confined to only one political group?

IN THIS CASE.. YES, THE PPP/C, (CHECK THE QUOTE BELOW.)


2. Are there documented proof of corruption which would lead to charges?


THERE SHOULD BE, (Again, Check quote below)

Quote)(/b]As he did in his new year’s message to the nation, the President stressed value for money in the delivery of services and an end to corruption. [/QUOTE]
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Originally posted by cain:
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Originally posted by Demerara_Guy:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by cain:

I as well as others on this board know the corruption the PPP/C were involved in, do you DG?


1. Is alleged corruption confined to only one political group?

IN THIS CASE.. YES, THE PPP/C, (CHECK THE QUOTE BELOW.)

2. Are there documented proof of corruption which would lead to charges?


THERE SHOULD BE, (Again, Check quote below)

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As he did in his new year’s message to the nation, the President stressed value for money in the delivery of services and an end to corruption.


Myopic.

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