Thursday, June 9, 2011

AFC complains to low level US State Dept official AGAIN!!

AFC Presidential Candidate, Khemraj Ramjattan, has once again paid a visit to the US Department of State (DOS); this time he delivered a tear-filled plea to a low level official on the party's concerns about issues surrounding the impending 2011 National Elections.
Ramjattan's outpourings did very little to increase the party's standing as the response received was lukewarm.

An similar visit by the AFC earlier this year was criticized by President Jagdeo.
The President said, “It is this unpatriotic sense by a party and this feeling that they still need approval from abroad to conduct their own affairs. I don’t feel that way. We have to chart our own affairs, and we can do it and create prosperity for our people.
We don’t need anyone’s approval for this; we don’t need anyone’s approval,” the president stated emphatically.”
He then went on to say that he didn’t care since the American’s don’t run Guyana and that the meeting involved just a “low level official in the State Department” while he (the President) had met Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama himself.

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