The Head of the Roman Catholic Church in Guyana, Bishop Francis Alleyne, believes that despite the political challenges, Guyana remains a beautiful country
Despite uncertainty and some amount of fear permeating, following the passage of the No-Confidence Motion in the National Assembly, as a people and as a nation, with a certain structure of governance, Guyana can make something very good of what transpired in the National Assembly on December 21, according to head of the Roman Catholic Church in Guyana, Bishop Francis Alleyne.
The most outspoken among the many Christian churches, following the passage of the motion, issued a statement saying that Guyana is in uncharted territory with the passage of the motion of no confidence.
In spite of all that is taking place, he reminded that Guyana is a blessed and beautiful country.
Following the passage of the No-Confidence Motion, Bishop Alleyne was previously quoted as saying that Guyana needs, in the immediate period ahead, to instill renewed hope of the People in their nation, increase the accountability of elected leaders to the People as opposed to the parties, and promote the reconciliation needed for increased socio-political trust in the country.