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what is your definition of " shared Governance .



Any form of Shared Governance-- where decisions are arrived at by discussions and consensus will immediately take away this current perception that only one group has all the answers and authority and that every decision is predicated by the assumption of how 'my voting support group can benefit' rather than the Country as a whole becoming better off.

Shared Governance will prevent one Group from encouraging the current administration from "dismissing all the striking Nurses and bring in nurses from India.....just read the FB comments and see how fellow Guyanese are laying bare their heart to the public.

Hopefully you will see the hidden darkness that is lurking below the facade that can quickly erupt into unimaginable evil and destruction.
It behooves all and sundry to leave no no stone upturned to facilitate a National cohesion and where there is a will, a way will be found.
We are not Surinam......We have had years of mutual interdependence and working together.
Instead, you should be volunteering all forms of advice on why " shared, inclusive or even just basic communication will be better than this current inflexible and strong armed approach of Prez. Ali who is now displaying a level of intractability that was hitherto unthinkable.

Guyanese are on the cusp of incredible wealth inspire of what the political class may unintentionally have bargained away, .....the ruler of this world will not allow us to enjoy same without a deliberate effort of goodwill on our part.

Instead of putting us on the frontline, foreigners...
This is the only justification for "Shared Governa...

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