GUYANA: Political Purgatory – By Verian Mentis-Barker

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It could easily be Political Purgatory…except that there is more repetition than expiation of sins.

The inerrant rhythm with which this new Administration is repeating the scandals and infractions of the previous  one gives the sense that this was all they learned – some say all they were waiting for– as they sat on the sidelines in opposition for twenty three years.

The prorogation and subsequent election in 2015 was a gift from political heaven and voters fed up with People’s Progressive Party politicians’ misuse of public office made the trek to the polls to eject them.   

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