Monday, March 26, 2012

APNU trying to hide their past by rewriting history - President Ramotar

President Donald Ramotar, when asked how he felt about recent statements made by A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) declared: “Clearly, these people are trying to rewrite history; clearly, they are trying to hide from their past.”
This was during a press conference Friday at the Office of the President on Shiv Chanderpaul Drive, here in the city.
Ramotar said that such pronouncements were strange coming from a party like APNU that helped destroy this country, and “made us move from being the most developed country in this region in 1964, to the most backward country by 1992.”
Clearly incensed by APNU’s temerity, he said: “These people, who have the worst history of corruption, (are)… making accusations against this Government… Clearly, what they are trying to do now is to affect the progress that this country is making.”
Noting that among the advancements of which he spoke were the construction of a hydroelectric plant; completion of the road from the Coast to Lethem; a new deep-water harbour; and a proper hotel of international standards that would make Guyana a destination for important conferences, he said:
“This seems to be the target of these attacks that we are seeing today in the press.”

1 comment:

  1. Yes its true that ANPU is trying to hide their past by saying that the recent held election was rigged.They know their style of winning election and trying to blame others of doing so.