I'm sure that President Irfaan Ali is aware that perception is often reality. Dressing in Saudi wear to address Guyanese is absolutely unacceptable, unless you also plan to dress in Indian, various African, European, Latin American, Asian and indigenous wear at various points in time. And setting up a Saudi desk is also unacceptable unless there are plans to set up desks for all investors without exception. When you were elected President some expressed a fear that Guyana would become 'muslinized' and now it seems you are bent on giving life to this fear, which is a very very dangerous move! And when a nation like Saudi Arabia is used a precedent one has to question whether you have ditched adherence to human rights, gender equity, separation of state and church, freedom of expression and other freedoms which currently are embryonic if they at all exist in that nation where a journalist was murdered with impunity at the behest of a leader and member of the ruling royal dynasty.
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