The Bartica Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) and the Bartica Interim Management Committee (IMC) are
appealing for good sense to prevail among the law makers of the land.
In a joint statement issued by the two bodies, a call was made for the political leaders on both the ruling and opposition sides, to embrace meaningful dialogue in the interest of sustaining peace of mind for the citizenry, and by extension, further propel national development.
“The fact is that the citizens of this land have placed the developmental guidance of this nation in the capable hands of individuals who we are hoping will, at this juncture – during this current legal suspension of our country’s Parliament – be able to put aside political and personal differences.”
The statement, which was crafted on behalf of the two organisations by IMC Public Relations and Press Officer, Sherwyn Downer, outlined that the BCCI and the Bartica IMC together encourage the political fraternity – Government and opposition leaders – to find the best possible solution in the midst of what seems like a time of glaring impossibility. “We would like to remind our politicians that the entire nation is watching and is paying close attention to whose and what interests are being placed on the front-burner.”
“We have already placed our faith in both our Government and opposition to do the right thing which should translate to a soon reconvening of the Parliament. We are hopeful for speedy political reconciliation and are expectant that political maturity will be seen and not merely heard.”
As such it was noted that “we are urging the opposition side, at this point in time of our country’s history, to think carefully the way forward and not engage actions that can hinder our country’s progression”.
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