Guyana President Is Not Sighning Econ...

Guyana President Is Not Sighning Economic Partnership Agreement.

There are 9 comments on the I95.5 FM story from Oct 9, 2008, titled Guyana President Is Not Sighning Economic Partnership Agreement.. In it, I95.5 FM reports that:

October 9th, 2008. Guyanaa s President Bharrat Jagdeo is insisting his Country will not sign on to the Economic Partnership Agreement with Europe in its present form.

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empress menen

Kingston, Jamaica

#1 Oct 14, 2008
Shame on you Jagdeo for you are a traitor to your country and people if you do sign this slave masta paper. What a modern day lynching by the dying, gasping europeans.
Rat-a-tat-tat who is that??? de euro, dolla, pound fallin flat
Gold and silver will not save
in this day and age
All CARICOM/AFREEKAN leaders who sign sign away CARICOM with this treasonous document, will be replaced.
Run for the exits. It is political death to sign in a GLOBAL DEPRESSION.
With Skeldon Sugar estates closing and all. Whattttttt????Skeldon Estates closing????More Guyanese economic depression. Listen to Mr. Ramphall Pleazzzzzze

Who is selling sugar???Europeans and America

WAKE UP YOU MATERIAL SLAVES AND TRAITORS OF YOUR PEOPLE
EUROPEAN SLAVE MASSA AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!Phew!!!!
politician

Georgetown, Guyana

#2 Oct 23, 2008
sugar estate closing down. lesser employment. lesse income. more poverty. more unemployed people. death to guyana and our economy
gtxxclusive

Saint George, Barbados

#3 Oct 23, 2008
politician wrote:
sugar estate closing down. lesser employment. lesse income. more poverty. more unemployed people. death to guyana and our economy
Where did you get your information from?The Government of Guyana will not close any of its sugar estates at this point in time regardless of the devastating impact of the price cuts . Instead the country would be seeking to increase production.
pilot102

Piscataway, NJ

#4 Oct 23, 2008
gtxxclusive wrote:
<quoted text>Where did you get your information from?The Government of Guyana will not close any of its sugar estates at this point in time regardless of the devastating impact of the price cuts . Instead the country would be seeking to increase production.
You are correct they would never close any estates regardless. They have to keep the supporters employed. This is shocking how much we agree on. lol
Observer

Georgetown, Guyana

#5 Oct 29, 2008
pilot102 wrote:
<quoted text> You are correct they would never close any estates regardless. They have to keep the supporters employed. This is shocking how much we agree on. lol
None of the estates would be closed down, not because of supporters…the entire nations people are employed at these estates…the GOG is looking at our countries economical and employment sector…our estates are of great importance both to our economical and revenue sectors in our country…
Observer

Georgetown, Guyana

#6 Nov 1, 2008
politician wrote:
sugar estate closing down. lesser employment. lesse income. more poverty. more unemployed people. death to guyana and our economy
Pal none of the sugar estates aren’t going to be closed down, infact their being improved so we could produce even better sugar…
politician

Georgetown, Guyana

#7 Nov 1, 2008
Observer wrote:
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Pal none of the sugar estates aren’t going to be closed down, infact their being improved so we could produce even better sugar…
so whats going to happen to our poorer class of people. why cant we produce lesser sugar and give the land away.
gtxxclusive

Georgetown, Guyana

#8 Nov 1, 2008
politician wrote:
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so whats going to happen to our poorer class of people. why cant we produce lesser sugar and give the land away.
First you wanted to give the rice land away and import rice,now you want to produce less sugar and still give away the land.Whats up with you,are you for real.Is this what propaganda press paying you for,thing sure is bad there man.
Observer

Georgetown, Guyana

#9 Nov 6, 2008
politician wrote:
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so whats going to happen to our poorer class of people. why cant we produce lesser sugar and give the land away.
well assistance have been rendered to them, they would be given free land…tell me politician if we are gaining from these two produces…why should we close down these estates… when we have land to distribute…?????????

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