February 14 2020

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Dear Editor,

Minister of Public Security Khemraj Ramjattan told a London audience on Sunday  that PPP/C Presidential candidate Irfaan Ali was afraid of public and journalistic scrutiny and should start to lead an ‘examined life’. He called on Ali to come clean with the details of his first degree from ‘The University of Uitvulgt’, the source of funds for his ‘$400 million dollar house built  with money from relatives abroad-that’s a laugh!’ and much more.

Ramjattan said it would be a ‘disgrace’ if Ali were to be elected  President.

He called for a strengthening of the Integrity Commission and said that all legislators should be forced to declare their assets at the beginning and the end of a Parliament. He wanted ‘criminal penalties and incarceration’ for non-declarers. But he was at a loss to explain the non-declarers in the current Cabinet prominent among them Attorney General Basil Williams and Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo. He told his interviewer John Mair at the special Guyana Question Time event in Tooting  ‘You better ask them…’

Ramjattan was more forthcoming on the Cummingsburg Two Agreement under which the AFC and APNU were fighting the current general election. That has been shrouded in some secrecy. As leaked, he confirmed that he would not succeed to the Presidency if David Granger demitted office  ‘APNU have the right to nominate the Presidential Candidate’. The PMship was his limit.

If the Coalition does win in March, the division of seats  would be 70/30 as compared to 60/40 in the last Parliament. The AFC would get 8 seats but that might go up to 12 (the current number) if they won big with forty seats. As now, there would be five AFC Cabinet members post- election. For Ramjattan the Party Leader, the poor AFC results in the 2018 election were just a blip as ‘only 33% voted’.

But, in an important revelation, he said the Coalition would in any future vote of confidence simply walk out and not vote to prevent a repetition of the Charrandass scenario. He reassured the audience in the diaspora and on the live stream from HGPTV  ‘I am no Judas!’

Overall  Ramjattan  was very confident of victory with crowds at rallies bigger than in 2015 especially for the AFC .He denied they had lost votes or face in recent years.

Time and the Guyanese people will tell on March 2nd

Yours faithfully,

John ‘Bill Cotton/Reform’ Mair in London

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Look like the fool has been reading my comments.

The fools were daring the PPP to "bring it on" even though they had no freeking idea what was being brought on.

He also said that he is no judas. Zara should pull his ass up for suggesting that Nagamootoo is a judas. 

But, in an important revelation, he said the Coalition would in any future vote of confidence simply walk out and not vote to prevent a repetition of the Charrandass scenario. He reassured the audience in the diaspora and on the live stream from HGPTV  ‘I am no Judas!’

ksazma posted:

Did Ramjattan made any declarations to the Integrity Commission?

Senior government ministers Khemraj Ramjattan and Cathy Hughes up to Friday afternoon were yet to file their declarations to the Integrity Commission pursuant to the Integrity Commission Act, almost a month after an extended deadline.

 

Both ministers made the admission during an Alliance for Change (AFC) press conference on Friday. Hughes, the Minister of Public Telecommunications, said that she is late because she was awaiting documents she received on Thursday. She indicated that she would be filing her declaration later Friday afternoon.

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2...ntegrity-commission/

Dave posted:
ksazma posted:

Did Ramjattan made any declarations to the Integrity Commission?

Senior government ministers Khemraj Ramjattan and Cathy Hughes up to Friday afternoon were yet to file their declarations to the Integrity Commission pursuant to the Integrity Commission Act, almost a month after an extended deadline.

 

Both ministers made the admission during an Alliance for Change (AFC) press conference on Friday. Hughes, the Minister of Public Telecommunications, said that she is late because she was awaiting documents she received on Thursday. She indicated that she would be filing her declaration later Friday afternoon.

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2...ntegrity-commission/

So what is he moaning and groaning about now?

But, in an important revelation, he said the Coalition would in any future vote of confidence simply walk out and not vote to prevent a repetition of the Charrandass scenario. He reassured the audience in the diaspora and on the live stream from HGPTV  ‘I am no Judas!’

Only if the NCM is against the PNC. He can post all the drunk shit he wants. He is a wounded rotten pig. Nobody wants him in their party.

YES, RAMJATTAN YOU ARE A JUDAS AND A SKOANT HOLE.

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skeldon_man posted:

But, in an important revelation, he said the Coalition would in any future vote of confidence simply walk out and not vote to prevent a repetition of the Charrandass scenario. He reassured the audience in the diaspora and on the live stream from HGPTV  ‘I am no Judas!’

Only if the NCM is against the PNC. He can post all the drunk shit he wants. He is a wounded rotten pig. Nobody wants him in their party.

YES, RAMJATTAN YOU ARE A JUDAS AND A SKOANT HOLE.

HE IS AN ASS KISSER AND BATTY WASHER AND A @#$% SUCKER!! THAT PARASITE IS NOT FIT TO WIPE CHARANDAAS BATTY AFTER HE GET BELLYWUK. IN FACT, CHARANDAAS WILL NOT WANT HIM EAT HIS SHIT IN FEAR OF CONTAMINATING HIS SHIT!!!!!!!!

Django posted:

Ramjattan confirmed he would not accede to the Presidency if Granger demitted office

February 14 2020,   Source

Dear Editor,

Ramjattan was more forthcoming on the Cummingsburg Two Agreement under which the AFC and APNU were fighting the current general election. That has been shrouded in some secrecy. As leaked, he confirmed that he would not succeed to the Presidency if David Granger demitted office  ‘APNU have the right to nominate the Presidential Candidate’. The PMship was his limit.

Yours faithfully,

John ‘Bill Cotton/Reform’ Mair in London

Indeed Ramjattan will never be president, should the PNCR/AFC win the March 03, 2020 elections and unfortunately Granger demit office.

PNCR would have plans for another PNCR member to become president for this situation .

However, should Granger passes away while in office, the constitution is quite explicit that the prime minister immediately becomes the president.

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