Guam's economic hostages


By Johnnie Rosario

johnnie@kanditnews.com



(Tumon, Guam) Ken Leon Guerrero has been fighting corruption in the government of Guam for years before Kandit News Group came on the scene.


Mr. Leon Guerrero has been critical of the administration of Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero and of the 35th Guam Legislature for many of the same reasons and issues Kandit raises about Guam's elected and appointed officials.


In a two-and-a-half hour presentation he gave at Jeff's Pirates Cove Sunday afternoon, Mr. Leon Guerrero reported his compilation of data and hard facts on the state of the island, compellingly discussing the sad reality that residents are economic hostages of the powers that be.


From public and police corruption, to the government's financial incompetence, to the cost of healthcare and living, he lays out the problems facing the people of Guam and a macro-solution to begin fixing the problems: in the next election, vote for people who don't have name recognition.

Watch his presentation above, which Kandit covered live via our Facebook page.

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