Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 May 2012 12:22 Written by CBC NEWS Wednesday, 23 May 2012 12:10
Guyana's president Donald Ramotar has taken the Freundel Stuart led administration to task, after Guyanese living in Barbados complained about discrimination.
The non-nationals described the high cost attached to education, lack of access to jobs and the hard-line immigration policies meted out to them as worrying.
These were some of the concerns raised during a meeting with the President and Guyanese nationals at the Amaryllis Beach Resort at the weekend.
Mr. Ramotar said based on what he heard, non-nationals were finding it difficult to be hired after leaving school, which points to a territory "robbing" itself of the services of people available to them.
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