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Afro-led government to probe Guyana death squad killings | New York Amsterdam News: The new Black view


Afro-led government to probe Guyana death squad killings | New York Amsterdam News: The new Black view: Official inquests into unsolved deaths have been sparse in recent decades, especially during the 23-year rule of the Indo-dominated People’s Progressive Party, which ended at general elections last May. Now Attorney General Basil Williams says the way is being cleared not only to stage judicial investigations into murders but also to help families obtain closure.

Not surprisingly, the PPP opposed the passage of the bill, suggesting instead that it should have been sent to a bipartisan select committee for line-by-line scrutiny. The government side said it is afraid of what might emerge from inquests in the coming months as it is determined to hold those responsible for the primarily drive-by executions or abduction deaths accountable.

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