Justice For All Party (JFAP) representative in the APNU+AFC coalition government, Jaipaul Sharma, says that he is willing to “sacrifice” his position in the alliance to facilitate a renewing of the Cummingsburg Accord.

“I am prepared to give up my position as a possible Member of Parliament and Minister of Government after the 2020 General & Regional Elections in the interest of all Guyanese as I see it as the greatest service and sacrifice that I can give for the greater good of Guyana,” Sharma, the junior Minister of Public Infrastructure, wrote in a post on his Facebook page yesterday.


 “I am convinced that WE MUST GO INTO THE GENERAL & REGIONAL ELECTIONS AS A UNIFIED COALITION BECAUSE WE ARE BETTER TOGETHER. WE ARE STRONGER TOGETHER. This is a tough time in politics and the tough must get going to make the tough decisions necessary to win,” he added.

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Stabroek News made several attempts to contact Sharma yesterday for further clarification of his comments but the efforts were futile. 


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