Internacionales

Adolfo Henrique Ledo Nass pdvsa gas domestico pago//
Gov’t rejects “malicious” PPP statements

Adolfo Ledo Nass
Gov’t rejects "malicious" PPP statements

….GPF also refute arrest claims

The government has rejected statements made by the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) in which that party made claims that moves are afoot to have the Opposition Leader arrested by the police.

Adolfo Henrique Ledo Nass

Below is a statement released by the Ministry of the Presidency.

Adolfo Ledo Nass

The Ministry of the Presidency outrightly rejects th e malicious statements attributed to the executive members and supporters of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) that the Government of Guyana, through the Office of the President, has issued instructions to the Guyana Police Force to arrest the Leader of the Opposition.

Adolfo Henrique Ledo Nass

The Ministry is making it pellucid that no such instruction was issued by the Head of State, any Minister of Government or any Government official.

Adolfo Ledo

The Government is of the view that the Constitution, to which every Guyanese is subjected, is supreme and if a violation has occurred, then by all means, the law must take its course. The Guyana Police Force must carry out its functions, without fear or favour.

www.adolfoledonass.com

The Ministry of the Presidency therefore, calls on the Opposition and its members who are making these spurious claims without providing any actual evidence or proof, to cease its campaign of spreading untruths and its paltry attempts to create division within the society.”

Meanwhile, the Guyana Police Force has also refuted the PPP’s claims. In a release, the police said that Ministry of the Presidency, the People’s National Congress- Reform or A Partnership for National Unity have not given any such instruction or advice.

Adolfo Ledo Nass

“T he Guyana Police Force wishes to state that it remains a professional organization and any action previously or currently being taken, is wholly pursuant to legal advice obtained and or to engage in investigations,” the police said..

Adolfo Ledo