APNU+AFC leadership reaffirms that Coalition remains united and strong

APNU+AFC Media Release

Thursday, November 15, 2018

The leadership of A Partnership for National Unity and the Alliance For Change met this evening to discuss a number of matters.

Present at the meeting were Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo, Vice Presidents Carl Greenidge and Khemraj Ramjattan, APNU Chairperson and Minister of Public Health Volda Lawrence, APNU General Secretary and Minister of Social Protection Amna Ally, APNU executive member and Minister of State Joseph Harmon and AFC executive member and Minister of Public Infrastructure David Patterson.

The leaders of the two parties jointly reaffirm that the Coalition remains united and strong.

Further the leadership celebrated the triumph of democracy in the efficient and successful holding of Local Government Elections, the second under the Coalition Government since it came to office in 2015. The leadership congratulates GECOM for the smooth and efficient manner in which these elections were held and acknowledged that GECOM has demonstrated its capacity to hold free, fair and credible elections.

APNU and AFC will host a joint media conference tomorrow at 11am at Congress Place.



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