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Georgetown, Guyana

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#1
Aug 18, 2010
 
Coming 2011 we face judgment day once again. The day of which we the people decide who and what party should we elect to lead us onto the path of development and democracy. A day of which we must not let the opposition intervene and corrupt mines our decisions.

We must look forward and not backward, we must learn though from the past and correct them in the future, we must vote for the party with enough strength and responsibility to take us further into a much more developed state, a state of steady pace of national development...

We must vote for no other than the current ruling party if we want to achieve such objectives.
sebastien

Queens Village, NY

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Aug 19, 2010
 
What judgment day? Guyana has to become independent of Race Politics and corruption and move forward in this fast changing world so its people can live in a real world.
truth

Georgetown, Guyana

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Aug 31, 2010
 
guyanese need to to continue to support the ruling party that has done a great deal for this country and its people and not let a party that will put guyana in the gutter and the people of this country to starve

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