by Denis Chabrol (Demerara Wave) Opposition Leader Aubrey Norton has informed Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Chairman, The Bahamas’ Prime Minister Phillip ‘Brave’ Davis about the “deteriorating” political situation in Guyana as part of an expanding regional and international lobby.
“I set out to provide CARICOM with the information. What CARICOM will do is their decision. I don’t anticipate that CARICOM will become involved in our political situation but the process of letting the entire Caribbean know that this government is incompetent, it’s corrupt, is racist and to identify the atrocities that they are involved in,” Mr Norton told Demerara Waves Online News.
Asked if The Bahamian Prime Minister said what would be done with the information about the political conditions in Guyana, Mr Norton declined to state. “I wouldn’t comment on that.” At the same time, he expected that his approach to CARICOM feeding into similar lobbies to the American and Canadian governments. “I see his as part of a general foreign policy strategy…Well, I have been meeting with representatives of the United States and Canada and I think it will feed into it in some regard,” he said.