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Daily Archives: March 4, 2015

Opposition coalition plans to end racially divisive politics, improve living standards

The opposition coalition on Wednesday officially launched its campaign for the May 11, 2015 general elections, pledging to end racially divisive politics for the first time since the 1950s and root out corruption, crime and bad governance. Addressing a packed audience at the Pegasus Hotel, Prime Ministerial candidate Moses Nagamootoo said that after the 60 years Guyana was making another ...

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Blue CAPS appoints new Chair, Deputy Chair; Urling remains ordinary member

The non-governmental pressure organisation- Blue C.A.P.S.-Wednesday morning announced the appointment Michael Leonard as its new Chairman, following the resignation of its Founding Chairman, Clinton Urling. Leonard was previously Vice Chairman. Urling, who resigned on March 2, told Demerara Waves Online News Wednesday morning that he was was now a regular member of the organisation but “he was no longer on ...

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Number of ministers will be reduced; Vice Presidents won’t drain treasury- Opposition coalition

Guyana’s opposition coalition wants to cut the number of ministers to 16 or 18 and appoint three Vice Presidents that they say will not be a drain on the national treasury. Reacting to claims by the incumbent People’s Progressive Party (PPP) that the coalition’s plan to appoint three Vice Presidents would be a strain on the public purse, the coalition ...

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