Thursday, April 01, 2004

Gya: Corbin says no point in talking to Jagdeo

Leader of the Opposition, Robert Corbin last night announced his party's disengagement from talks with President Bharrat Jagdeo and pressed again for shared governance.
Corbin, also the PNCR leader, is now calling for a process which includes the parliamentary political parties and civil society in discussions of urgent and critically important national issues.

He also reiterated his party's stance on a call for a public inquiry into the death squad allegations against Home Affairs Minister Ronald Gajraj, pointing out that the allegations of state-sponsored terrorism, if true, go to the core of democracy and good governance.

Corbin is the second PNCR leader to have withdrawn from dialogue in recent years with Jagdeo because of dissatisfaction over progress.


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