ADDRESS TO THE NATION



New Year Message By Hon. Robert Corbin, MP Leader of the People’s National Congress Reform And Leader of the Opposition--Friday, January 1, 2010


CHRISTMAS MESSAGE TO THE NATION By Mr. Robert H.O. Corbin, MP, Leader of the People’s National Congress Reform and Leader of the Opposition --December 23, 2009


New Year Address To the Nation By Mr. Robert H O Corbin, MP Leader of the People’s National Congress Reform & Leader of the Opposition Thursday, January 1, 2009


Christmas Message Mr. Robert H.O. Corbin, MP, Leader of the People’s National Congress Reform & Leader of the Opposition December 24, 2008
FELLOW GUYANESE AND ALL OUR FRIENDS WHO ARE VISITING GUYANA DURING THIS HOLIDAY SEASON: Once again we are in the Season of Christmas. A season of peace and goodwill centred on the Divine Birth of the Son of God, Jesus Christ, who brought hope to mankind everywhere.

ADDRESS TO THE NATION BY MR. ROBERT H. O. CORBIN, M.P. LEADER OF THE PEOPLE'S NATIONAL CONGRESS REFORM AUGUST 30, 2006
Fellow Guyanese: August 28th was a defining moment in our country’s history. Our citizens were provided with an opportunity guaranteed by our constitution to vote at the National and Regional elections for a Government of their choice.

ADDRESS TO THE NATION BY MR. ROBERT H. O. CORBIN LEADER OF THE PEOPLE'S NATIONAL CONGRESS REFORM SATURDAY, JULY 22, 2006
Fellow citizens, good evening. Yesterday, President Jagdeo announced the 28th day of August, 2006 as the date for holding Presidential, general and regional elections.

Address to the Nation Mr. Robert H O Corbin MP, Leader of the People’s National Congress Reform and Leader of the Opposition February 14, 2006
FELLOW GUYANESE: On the 2nd September, 2005, I addressed the Nation about the state of preparations for the holding of elections and the delays by the Guyana Elections Commission in both decision making and positive action, especially the commencement of the Continuous Registration process.

ADDRESS TO THE NATION BY MR. ROBERT CORBIN MP LEADER OF THE PEOPLE’S NATIONAL CONGRESS REFORM AND LEADER OF THE PARLIAMENTARY OPPOSITION FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2005
FELLOW GUYANESE: Today is the second of September 2005. I wish to speak with you tonight about the state of preparations for the holding of elections next year, the delays by the Guyana Elections Commission in both decision making and positive action, especially the commencement of the Continuous Registration process which was initially projected to start since April this year and was rescheduled to have begun yesterday, and the possible consequences of this situation.

ADDRESS TO THE NATION BY THE LEADER OF THE OPPOSITON MR. ROBERT CORBIN, M.P. Monday, January 24, 2005
My fellow Guyanese: I greet you with a heavy heart. I have been meeting with many of you as I traverse the flood ravaged communities of East and West Demerara. I have seen the look on hundreds of faces of families as we assessed the devastation of their homes, property and livestock. I am still at this time unable to fully absorb the scale of devastation and the depth of trauma which we are enduring as the flood waters make the lives of our young children difficult, the comfort of our babies and the welfare of our senior citizens impossible.

ADDRESS TO THE NATION BY MR. ROBERT H. O. CORBIN, M.P LEADER OF THE PEOPLE’S NATIONAL CONGRESS REFORM LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2004
Fellow Guyanese: TWO HUNDRED AND THREE DAYS AGO, on Wednesday the thirty-first day of March, 2004 I addressed the Nation on my Party’s decision to continue our selective non-participation in the Parliamentary process.

ADDRESS TO THE NATION BY THE LEADER OF THE PEOPLE'S NATIONAL CONGRESS REFORM AND LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION WEDNESDAY MARCH 31, 2004
Guyana Is In Crisis

ADDRESS TO THE NATION ON THE STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE COMMUNIQUE SIGNED BY THE PRESIDENT AND THE LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION ON 6TH MAY 2003 AND THE FOLLOW UP AGREEMENT OF 18th JUNE 2003. BY MR. ROBERT H. O. CORBIN, M.P. LEADER OF THE PNCR
Fellow Guyanese: On 6th May 2003 last, many Guyanese breathed a sigh of relief and there was a new mood of optimism and expectancy when President Jagdeo and I finally signed the Communiqué that brought an end to the long political impasse.