He pointed out that after four budgets, he had hoped the government had gotten it right especially given the recommendations made by the opposition.
The parliamentarian posited that if the APNU+AFC cannot deliver then they should do the honourable thing and retire.
He argued that boasting about the size of the budget is irrelevant as the PPP did far more with far less.
Further, Anamaya argued that if only the government takes advice from the opposition, the economy would be in a better state.
He made reference to the motion which the PPP sought to bring for debate in the Parliament which was rejected. He noted too that Opposition Leader, Mr. Bharrat Jagdeo attempted to make suggestions during the debate on the petroleum commission bill but was met with a blazing verbal attack from the Minister of Natural Resources Raphael Trotman.
Additionally, the PPP had submitted some proposals for the rice sector which was also rejected.
Anamaya urged the Government to stop making excuses and blaming the former administration for their problems. He reminded that it was the PPP who took the country out of extreme bankruptcy and led its people down a path of prosperity.