Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Peter Ramsaroop dimissive of the AFC's 2011 chances

Former AFC Chief Executive Officer and now leader of the Guyana People's Partnership(GPP), Peter Ramsaroop, yesterday announced that his party has reentered the opposition coalition to contest the 2011 general election. Ramsaroop based his decision on what he perceives to be "a more unified PNCR". He was also very dismissive of the AFC's possible impact on the coalition effort. Saying “if you look at the numbers, the Alliance For Change basically won a component of the PNC vote; out of the 28,000 votes that the AFC got in 2006, 90 percent of that was attributed to voters who would have traditionally voted for the PNC. We feel that those voters will not go back to the AFC".

The JOPP is a grouping consisting of Peoples National Congress Reform (PNCR), and three other non-existent political parties with no known constituency.

In May of 2010, the Police, acting on information received, obtained and executed a search warrant on a building owned by Peter Ramsaroop at Forshaw and New Garden Streets, Queenstown.
The building housed several apartments, but the police were only able to access one occupied by a female named Nicole Ming, 19, the sole occupant. The search revealed the existence of three covert cameras. One was hidden in a clock on the wall that obtains a panoramic view of the apartment, another was hidden in a radio in the bathroom, and a third focused on her bed.
Nicole Ming indicated that she rented the apartment about two months prior from Ramsaroop and that, about a week earlier, he requested that she leave her keys with him as he had to fix an electrical problem. On her return she observed an instrument on the wall with a light flashing.
She also stated that, about two weeks earlier, she had replaced a battery in the clock in which one of the cameras was found. At that time there was no camera affixed to the clock. Ming expressed her fears that Mr. Peter Ramsaroop may have been recording her, and she made these fears known to the relevant authorities.

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