Aug 08, 2020 Letters Comments Off on No one is above the law
President Ali’s new administration must pursue those within APNU and GECOM who plunged Guyana in its gravest crisis, and bring them to justice. It must be made pellucid that there are serious consequences for breaking the law. No one is above the law and they must be shown that they are not. President Ali will lose support from the Diaspora and the people who elected him if he fails to do this.
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