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Sunday, August 13, 2006 

PNCR would be tough on crime - Corbin Suggests national reconciliation commission

By Miranda La Rose
Sunday, August 13th 2006

A comprehensive programme that involves sound economic planning and the implemention of measures to address violent and white-collar crime along with the drugs trade are part of the PNCR-1 Guyana platform plans to deal with crime and security issues.

In an interview earlier in the week, Corbin told the Stabroek News that a PNCR-1 Guyana led government intended to be very tough on crime. He also said a national reconciliation commission should be set up to deal with any problems in the past.

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