Guyana plans for constitutional reform discussions
13 November 2020
Georgetown, Guyana (photo credit: David Stanley/flickr)
Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Hon. Mohabir Anil Nandlall, today, said the Government intends to keep its manifesto promise on constitutional reform and will start the process with discussions in the National Assembly. [ . . . ] With only four months left in the year, the work will begin on constitutional reform through the Budget, the AG said. Discussions will be held in the Assembly’s standing committee on constitutional reform where the modalities will be worked out.
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