Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Phillip Bynoe urges Lindeners to vote solidly for PPP/C

Pardoned treason accused Philip Bynoe made a passionate appeal to the people of Linden, on Sunday, to vote solidly for the People’s Progressive Party/ Civic (PPP/C) come November 28.
He spoke at the grand PPP/C rally at Wismar, Linden, where other speakers included Presidential Candidate Donald Ramotar, President Bharrat Jagdeo and Foreign Affairs Minister Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett.
Bynoe, who had remained a fugitive from justice on the treason charge until he received a pardon from President Bharrat Jagdeo, said the PPP is a strong party, which grows from strength to strength and remains the only one in the milieu of political parties today, because it continues to open its doors and arms to persons “even like myself who have fought with them in battles.”
He said he is not the only person on the stage that has confronted the PPP in battle.
Bynoe said one of the reasons the PPP is so strong is “because it always grows by drawing close the good persons who the party thinks can help this country and help it grow". “What we know is that this is the party that would lead Guyana into greater heights,” he said.
Bynoe said that the night before, A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) held what he referred to as a “rall” and not a rally. “Because the ‘y’ run away, it was a rall,” he mocked.
Bynoe said, at the APNU rall, they “proper tear me tail.”
According to him, they drew first blood and but throughout the campaign, he will “bruise them brutally.”
Bynoe also attacked Region Ten (Upper Demerara/Upper Berbice) Chairman Mortimer Mingo, not only for writing a “bad cheque” for the purchase of a plot of land but for stewardship of the region.”
“He refuses to participate in positive policies by this Government,” Bynoe charged Mingo.
“While we all complain that things are bad and things are rough, what this Government has been doing over the years in Region 10 and Linden is ensuring that they provide means that can take us out of that hole of poverty,” Bynoe said.
“All of you must ensure that you vote solidly for the PPP/C,” he reiterated.

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