The LCDS critics proven wrong!

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Greencrush

Georgetown, Guyana

#1 Nov 12, 2009
Here are some thoughts on the LCDS from well known personalities.

Sasenarine Singh- "After reading the Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS) document, I am satisfied that this idea will not fly…" (Staborek News July 30, 2009).

Christopher Ram – "Which fund did the money come from to pay McKinsey for its dazzling mathematics to show the worth of our forests?" (Stabroek News, July 26, 2009).

Raphael Trotman - "the President seemed to have greater interest in addressing matters outside Guyana than in his own country" (Stabroek News, October 9, 2009).

Today we know that all the critics have been proven wrong. The MOU between Guyana and Norway should put about US$250 million dollars into Guyana. The Agreement came about despite the harsh and unremitting criticisms of the Jagdeo administration and of the President himself.

It came about because of -

(1) the far-reaching and enlightened leadership of the Government and people of Norway;

(2) the silent majority who support the Jagdeo administration in this country; and

(3) the brilliant leadership of the President, his environmental and forestry teams, and his Cabinet.
Greencrush

Georgetown, Guyana

#2 Nov 12, 2009
Well we have the proof of some of the critics, I wonder how these well known personalities feel that there words did not come to pass. Well I hope they have observed that our leader with a vision and his effective qualities as government has made this MOU agreement happened between Guyana and Norway possible. The LCDS will prevail no matter what you critics say….
Observer

Georgetown, Guyana

#3 Nov 15, 2009
"Raphael Trotman - "the President seemed to have greater interest in addressing matters outside Guyana than in his own country"

And today ladies and gentlemen the same man that said the above is infact supporting the plan and gives the President 100% of his support!

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