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Granger Reinforces APNU Membership of Two New Parties

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(Demerara Waves) People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) Leader, David Granger on Thursday appeared to have dug his heels in, despite dissent among several of his party’s Central Executive Committee (CEC) members over his alleged failure to properly consult that body about the entry of two unknown parties into A Partnership for National Unity (APNU).

The CEC group, moments before a virtual observance of APNU’s 10th anniversary, circulated a statement accusing Mr. Granger and PNCR General Secretary Amna Ally of bringing in the Guyana Nation Builders Movement and the Equal Rights and Justice Party without consultation and refusing to put that process on hold.

But Mr. Granger restated his welcome to the GNBM and ERJP. “It was regretted, as a consequence, that two partners – the Justice For All Party and the Working People’s Alliance chose to withdraw from the partnership on their own accord, but happily we were able to welcome the Equal Rights and Justice Party and the Guyana Nation Builders Movement both of which are led by persons who have already served not only in the parties which left the partnership but also in the Coalition government,” he said.

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