The Secretary General of the Organisation of American States (OAS) , Jose Miguel Insulza on Tuesday hoped that President Donald Ramotar would soon revoke the suspension of Guyana’s Parliament.
Insulza says he hopes that parliamentary debate can resume in the current Parliament in the shortest possible time.
The President prorogued Parliament on Monday to stave off a no-confidence motion in his government. He has, however, said that the suspension would hopefully allow government and opposition to address a number of concerns.
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Guyana’s Opposition party tells investors agreements will be reopened
Belize ‘s High Court lifts freezing of assets that had stemmed from an indictment in a US Federal Court
Large quantity of marijuana seized in Suriname aboard boat that came from Jamaica
Medicinal marijuana offers Colombia a new approach to drugs
Cubans to be allowed more than 1 wireless phone line