Patriotism is the bedrock of resilience – PM Phillips

PM Phillips proudly waves the Golden Arrowhead

PM Phillips highlighted the integral role that civil society and religious organisations play as advocates for justice, righteousness and truth, as well as the importance of private sector and constitutional organisations in thrusting national progress and serving as guardians of democracy.

At this critical juncture, it is essential that Guyanese cast aside their differences and bind together to foster resilience through unity and patriotism.

Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance, Gail Teixeira

“It is through unity that we will prevail. It is through unity that we will stand strong and emerge victorious against any adversities that come our way,” he asserted.

The government remains firm in its commitment to seeking out a peaceful resolution to the controversy in keeping with international law and the rule of law.

The event saw musical renditions of national songs by local artistes, and messages of national unity from various organisations and social groups, such as the National Toshaos Council, the Central Islamic Organisation of Guyana, the Women’s Progressive Organisation, and the Private Sector Commission.