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Walton-Desir skeptical about Public Sector Investment Programme

-Hamilton slams APNU+AFC over health and safety

Debate on the 2021 budget started yesterday with APNU+AFC MP Amanza Walton-Desir questioning whether government’s Public Sector Investment Programme can be delivered and Minister of Labour Joseph Hamilton flaying the previous administration’s record on worker safety in a session that also saw numerous insults and the brandishing of a sex toy.

In the early hours of the debate, Hamilton pre-emptively labelled opposition contributions as “puerile in nature, full of banality and profanity.”

“You will get nothing that will uplift the people of this cooperative republic instead you’ll hear backyard conversations, rum shop gaffs and standpipe arguments,” he told the House, adding directly to the opposition that “You could shout how much you want over there….today you are becoming irrelevant even among your supporters. Nobody listens to you…nobody cares about you because they know you have nothing to offer to this country”.

“You will get nothing that will uplift the people of this cooperative republic instead you’ll hear backyard conversations, rum shop gaffs and standpipe arguments,” he told the House, adding directly to the opposition that “You could shout how much you want over there….today you are becoming irrelevant even among your supporters. Nobody listens to you…nobody cares about you because they know you have nothing to offer to this country”.

Source: https://www.stabroeknews.com/2021/02/23/news/guyana/walton-desir-skeptical-about-public-sector-investment-programme/

Donovan Larsen

Donovan is a columnist and associate editor at the Dark News. He has written on everything from the politics to diversity issues in the workplace.

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