Porous borders, policing and security are low priority issues. The refusal to accept UK funding to train the security services to protect the people and the nation was based on the lame excuse of trampling on sovereignty. The same argument was thrown to the wind, when the President went at taxpayers’ expense all the way to Iran to invite them into the country on the pretext of mineral mapping. If this is not allowing outsiders to trample on the country’s sovereignty, then what is? They are also turning a blind eye to the influx of Brazilians swarming over porous borders. Guyana is becoming free for all while the local and indigenous people are paying a heavy price.
Monday, March 15, 2010
Guyana Observer News - Guyana has a growing drug-trafficking problem: