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– President blasts “unpatriotic” AFC move to US State Dept. President Bharrat Jagdeo yesterday roundly criticised the Alliance For Change (AFC) for registering its concerns over the Amaila Falls Hydro Project with the US State Department.“It is this unpatriotic sense by a party and this feeling that they still need approval from abroad to conduct their own affairs. I don’t feel that way. We have to chart our own affairs, and we can do it and create prosperity for our people. We don’t need anyone’s approval for this; we don’t need anyone’s approval,Authentic Jerseys From China,” the president stated emphatically.“I saw the AFC complaining… going to the State Department. First of all, I don’t care. The Americans don’t run Guyana. I was elected to serve the people of this country,Cheap Jerseys From China,” Jagdeo said at the National Cultural Centre where he was addressing students who have completed scholarships overseas.“Secondly, it’s a low level official in the State Department (the AFC has met). I’ve met Hillary Clinton, (US President Barack) Obama, spoken to them…,” he added.“What bothers me more is this unpatriotic feeling…they have not decolonized their minds,Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys,” Jagdeo declared of the AFC.Alliance For Change Chairman Khemraj Ramjattan,Cheap Soccer Jerseys For Sale, whilst on an official visit to the United States to meet with Guyanese there, used the opportunity to raise his party’s concerns with the US State Department regarding the Amaila Falls Project,Cheap NHL Jerseys Online, the Guyana Government, Synergy Holdings Inc. and Sithe Global.Party leader Raphael Trotman confirmed that formal complaints were not made to the US State Department,Wholesale Jerseys Authentic, but rather informal discussions on pertinent issues in an effort to bring to the attention of the officials, “some of these outlandish cases of incompetence that border on corruption and corrupt practices.”But yesterday, President Jagdeo questioned why the AFC would want to go to the US State Department “to complain about Amaila Falls, rather than raise the issue here and make it a big campaign, raise it in Parliament, do whatever it takes?”In May this year, the main opposition People’s National Congress Reform expressed intentions to table a Parliamentary motion on the Amaila Falls project to seek answers from the government, particularly about the US$15.4M contract awarded to Synergy Holdings Inc. to construct a road leading to the hydro project site. The firm is headed by Makeshwar Fip Motilall.PNCR Chief Whip, Lance Carberry, said that “the administration displays a remarkable sensitivity to the questioning of any of their secretive deals with their friends and cronies.” The motion was not tabled in Parliament because of a court action against the project by private citizen Ramon Gaskin.Yesterday, Jagdeo brushed aside the criticism over the government’s handling of the project, reiterating that it will transform Guyana and lower electricity costs by as much as 40%.“It would satisfy our electricity needs for the next 15 years; it would make the system much more reliable,” he added. He also said the project would save the government a US$120 million fuel import bill.
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