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With the aim of “bringing parliament to life for young people” the Tenth Parliament yesterday continued its ongoing outreach initiative but this time ventured into Region Ten. There were two teams; one team went into Linden whilst the other visited Ituni and Kwakwani.The team that visited Kwakwani and Ituni comprised Speaker of the National Assembly,Mississippi State Bulldogs Jerseys, Raphael Trotman,Hines Ward Steelers Jersey, two Government representatives- Member of Parliament Manzoor Nadir,Jordi Masip Jersey, Minister of Public Works, Robeson Benn; Alliance For Change (AFC) Member of Parliament Trevor Williams and A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) Members of Parliament Christopher Jones and Annette Ferguson. The team visited Ituni Primary School, Kwakwani Nursery School and the Kwakwani Primary School. The members also met with the Kwakwani basketball team and engaged a few adults in the community.Youths of the community greeted the delegation of people who “make the law.”They expressed their ambitions and were encouraged to follow their dreams; some even expressed interest in becoming politicians “and lift my community.”Teachers at the schools,Nazair Jones Youth Jersey, on the other hand, used the opportunity to express concerns about issues affecting them, including the absence of an allowance. They were promised that their concerns would be related to responsible authorities and “would be sorted out.”Other Kwakwani residents noted that the interest given to the community by Alliance For Change,Derek Barnett Womens Jersey, Trevor Williams, but expressed that “more can be done for this community.” They have residents that are willing but “we just need the support.”“The initiative sprang from the need to engage with and bring on board the “ordinary Guyanese,Max Scherzer Jersey, as MPs’ engage in Parliamentary business. It is through programmes like this that the National Assembly will be able to reconnect, to get in touch with daily encounters of our people, and help to shape the minds of our young people in a positive way,” said Parliament’s Public Relations Officer, Onika Walton.”.”This programme is therefore serving as a platform to recommit MPs into a partnership with all Guyanese especially the school age youths to build a better life for all,”She added that the initiative seeks to help to build trust and confidence between the parliamentary parties, between the people and the legislature, and more generally, in the institutions of governance.
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