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The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) is satisfied with the high level of consensus reached at the two meetings of stakeholders that were convened by President Jagdeo. That all the legitimate forces in our country expressed their outrage at the horrendous crimes that have recently occurred shows the great unity reached by our society on this issue.

Our law enforcement agencies were also given the support by the whole nation in their fight against crimes in our country.

The PPP welcomes the decision to establish a standing Parliamentary Committee on Security. The special nature of that body was also recognized in that it was agreed unanimously that ministers of the government would be a part of that body.

This we believe is the proper mechanism to deal with issues that can enhance the capacity of our forces. The fact that the public would be able to make presentations to this body is also very important and will no doubt involve civil society in the process of governance as never before.

The PPP is also heartened by the consensus that was reached to have all the right committees established within ninety days.

The results of the encounter went far beyond fighting of crimes and has the tremendous potential of further entrenching our democracy and to deepen and broaden its content. It also enhances inclusivity in the governance process.

We are confident that our united people will frustrate the criminal enterprise that has caused so much human sufferings and harm in our country.

We firmly believe that a people, united can never be defeated.

Founder Leader of the PPP -
Dr. Cheddi Jagan
President of Guyana
H.E Bharrat Jagdeo
General Secretary of the PPP
Donald Ramotar


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