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These did not concentrate on the imbalances in the police and security forces but were expanded to include the civil service, government agencies, the allocation of lands on land development schemes, and other areas of government responsibility.

He later submitted a memorandum to the Greenwood emphatically denying the existence of any such racial imbalance in those bodies.Nevertheless, the British government consulted with Burnham on this matter and he finally agreed to an investigation by the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ).On 6 April 1965 he subsequently invited that organisation to send a team to Guyana to investigate the racial imbalances, and on 17 June 1965, the ICJ indicated its willingness to send a three-member commission to carry out this task.Rescue workers inspect a Caribbean Airlines jet after it skidded off the runway at Cheddi Jagan International airport outside Split in two: Rescue workers inspect a Caribbean Airlines jet after it skidded off the runway at Cheddi Jagan International airport outside Georgetown "There was no chute coming from the plane, everyone had to jump," Rozario said. Everyone was screaming, scrambling, cursing at each other trying to get off the plane.It was horrific."'Everything started caving in and the girl next to me just sat there motionless in shock,' said passenger Betsy Myndyllo, who escaped with the help of her nephews and left the crash on foot, in the dark, arriving at the terminal 20 minutes later.When the British Secretary of State for the Colonies, Anthony Greenwood, visited Guyana in February 1964, Dr.

Jagan again raised with him the question of the racial imbalances in the security forces and insisted that a commission should be set up to examine the matter and propose solutions to this problem.

The members of the commission arrived on 4 August and began the public sessions at Bishop's High School in Georgetown on the following day.

The commission intended at first to hold only public sessions, but because some individuals stated that they wished to give evidence in private, a few private sessions were held to accommodate them.

Shortly after, Sean Mac Bride, Secretary-General of the ICJ, visited Guyana and discussed with Burnham and members of the government the plans for the setting up of the commission of enquiry. Jagan, the Leader of the Opposition, the Chief Justice, the President of the Bar Association and representatives of the Trades Union Council.

The PNC-UF government immediately set out, without consulting with the Opposition PPP, the commission's terms of reference.

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