– to outline PNCR plans
Presidential Candidate of the People’s National Congress/Reform, Brigadier (rtd), David Granger, is to make his case tomorrow before top leaders of the business community.
According to the host, the Guyana Manufacturing and Services Association (GMSA), Brig. Granger is the second of a three-part discourse with the three Presidential Candidates.
The event, at the Pegasus, will take the form of an interactive business luncheon.
Presidential Candidate of the Alliance For Change (AFC), attorney-at-law, Khemraj Ramjattan, has already presented his party’s plans to tackle some of the key issues, should his party win the elections slated for later this year.
GMSA recently obtained the consent of the three major political parties to host their candidates in a series of discourses with the business community.
According to the association, the primary objective of these key meetings, are to provide a special forum for businessmen and women to get first-hand information on each political party’s plans for the growth of private sector business and eradication of trade barriers.
The series began on April 27, last, with an address by Ramjattan.
Among the proposals he promulgated were the integration of the business community into major decision-making, and producing through the institutions of tertiary education, more relevant skills that would focus on agriculture, agro-processing, landscaping, carpentry, welding, auto mechanics, refrigeration, electrical installation and jewelry-making, among others.
Presidential Candidate of the People’s Progressive Party, Donald Ramotar, is expected to round off the three-part series on May 25, at the same venue.
According to the GMSA in a statement, key members of the business community in Guyana, civil society, the diplomatic service and other stakeholders are expected to attend the forum.
The association has also invited interested persons to contact their secretariat at Waterloo Street for further information.
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