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Ramjattan confirmed he would not accede to the Presidency if Granger demitted

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6 days 14 hours ago #379642 by chairman
Ramjattan was more forthcoming on the Cummingsburg Two Agreement under which the AFC and APNU were fighting the current general election. That has been shrouded in some secrecy. As leaked, he confirmed that he would not succeed to the Presidency if David Granger demitted office ‘APNU have the right to nominate the Presidential Candidate’. The PMship was his limit.

If the Coalition does win in March, the division of seats would be 70/30 as compared to 60/40 in the last Parliament. The AFC would get 8 seats but that might go up to 12 (the current number) if they won big with forty seats. As now, there would be five AFC Cabinet members post- election. For Ramjattan the Party Leader, the poor AFC results in the 2018 election were just a blip as ‘only 33% voted’.

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6 days 14 hours ago #379643 by chairman
But, in an important revelation, he said the Coalition would in any future vote of confidence simply walk out and not vote to prevent a repetition of the Charrandass scenario. He reassured the audience in the diaspora and on the live stream from HGPTV ‘I am no Judas!’

Overall Ramjattan was very confident of victory with crowds at rallies bigger than in 2015 especially for the AFC .He denied they had lost votes or face in recent years.

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6 days 13 hours ago #379646 by chairman
what a loser

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