The Peopleâ€™s National Congress Reform extends Easter Greetings to all Guyanese and more especially to members of our Christian Community, both here and around the world, on the occasion of the celebration of one of the most important events in the Christian Calendar. This festival, which commemorates the Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, contains both in its symbolic significance, and its secular relevance, important and powerful messages. Continue reading PNCR EASTER MESSAGE, 2015
Over one-hundred children were eagerly awaiting the arrival of the Leader of the Peopleâ€™s National Congress, Brigadier David Granger, as he arrived at the Buxton-Friendship gas station to distribute kites to the children of the area.Â
While encouraging the children to fly their kites safely, Brigadier Granger also reminded the children that the tradition of kite flying during Easter signifies the Resurrection of Jesus Christ after the Crucifixion.Â
The event was organized by Friendship businessman, Mr. Morris Wilson and his wife, Jocelyn.
The Peopleâ€™s National Congress Reform (PNCR) on Saturday 31st January 2015, held its first General Council meeting for 2015. General Council held under the theme, â€œPNCR for National Unity, Good Governance and Developmentâ€, was chaired by the Party Chairman, Mr. Basil Williams.Â In his welcome and introductory remarks, the Party Chairman reminded council members that it was just 100 days to the 11th May General and Regional Elections. Mr. Williams iterated that the Peopleâ€™s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) was a rogue Government, the PPP was a lawless government; a government that does not recognize the separation of powers; â€œwhat we have in Guyana is an Executive Dictatorshipâ€. Continue reading General Council: PNCR committed to ending winner-take-all politics in Guyana
Happy New Year! To every home, family and community across the far-flung regions of our country.
The Peopleâ€™s National Congress Reform (PNCR) extends greetings for a Happy New Year to all Guyanese at home and in the Diaspora. As the Year 2014 fades into history along with the abnormalities inflicted on the people of Guyana by the Donald Ramotar led People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Administration, such as poor governance, mismanagement, corruption, a rampant drug trade, a rise in poverty, increased violence against women, escalated crime, executive lawlessness, high unemployment especially among young people, and an insensitivity to the needs and care of our senior citizens. It may be true to say that the past year brought forth all of the possible ills that can overwhelm our society. Yet, and not for the first time in its history, the Guyanese people overcame.