Indignant Guyanese to protest president's suspension of Parliament

November 14, 2014 6:05 PM

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GEORGETOWN (Reuters) - Opposition parties and angry Guyanese were poised to launch protests on Friday after President Donald Ramotar suspended Parliament, a move they called an attack on democracy.

The country's police and army were put on alert and were patrolling the streets of the capital, Georgetown.

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