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Sunday, April 23, 2006

-- deeply concerned about likely impact

THE main opposition People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) yesterday reacted with “shock and disbelief” to the “brutal slaying” of acting Agriculture Minister Satyadeow Sawh, two siblings and a security guard.

In a statement, the party extended sincere condolences to Mr. Sawh’s grieving wife, family and other relatives, the government and the People’s Progressive Party.

The PNCR said it “unreservedly condemns this dastardly act.”

“The killing of the minister, in our prevailing circumstances, poses a severe challenge to this nation in political, social and security terms. The situation demands leadership, prudence, patience and responsibility to ensure that the national interest is promoted and protected”, it said.

It reiterated its condemnation of violence of all forms and pledged to continue to work with all stakeholders within the society, including the government, to design, craft and implement policies and programmes which can reduce and finally end this scourge that has already brought grief and major psychological trauma to so many families and great harm to the economy.

Guyana Chronicle