Op-ed: Guyanese constitutional reform process should reflect consistent ideological framework

11 May 2016
Photo credit: Facts.co
Photo credit: Facts.co
<p dir="LTR" align="JUSTIFY">The APNU/AFC coalition promised “constitutional change” in their Manifesto for the last elections: “The APNU/AFC Coalition will immediately appoint a Constitutional Reform Commission consisting of representatives of all major Stakeholders – trades unions, the private sector, religious and faith-based organisations, women, youths, professional organisations and the University. Its mandate will be to undertake the urgent task of fashioning comprehensive reforms, for early implementation, designed to guarantee a democratic society free from the abuse of citizens by those in high office fuelled by the exercise of arbitrary powers and behaviour by the Executive which is inconsistent with the spirit and provisions of the Constitution.”</p>
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