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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Police arrest two, seize large amount of ganja

Police arrested at least two persons and seized  two big bags of marijuana Thursday morning, Head of the Criminal Investigations Department, Assistant Commissioner Leslie James said. Another high-ranking official in ‘A’ Division told reporters that gunshots were fired during the chase in Kitty. Residents in the vicinity of David and Lamaha Streets, Kitty reported hearing gunshots about 10 AM. It ...

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Low rating of police force irks President; proposes 15-point plan

President Donald Ramotar on Thursday urged the Guyana Police Force to take seriously a United States (US) research that recently found that the local law enforcement agency recorded the lowest level of trust in the Caribbean. A survey conducted in June and July, 2014 by the Latin American Opinion Poll (LAPOP) project at the Vanderbilt University found that the trust ...

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PODCAST: Guyana’s Nomination Day is April 7

Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission, Dr. Steve Surujbally on Wednesday announced that April 7, 2015 would be Nomination Day for political parties to officially declare their interest and submit their list of candidates for the May 11, 2015 general and regional elections. He again brushed aside concerns about the involvement of the Guyana National Youth Council in GECOM’s public ...

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PODCAST: Fmr. Pres. Jagdeo’s press conference held on March 10, 2015

Guyana’s Former President, Bharrat Jagdeo held a news conference on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 on a number of issuesincluding the controversial multi-million dollar medical benefits granted to government ministers and officials and his controversial “coolie” remarks at Babu John. He also spoke about the drawing down of monies from the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission to buy land and from ...

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PODCAST: Guyana’s ruling party announces diplomat is PM candidate

Director General of Guyana’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Elisabeth Harper is the prime ministerial candidate for the incumbent People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPPC) at the May 11, 2015 general and regional elections. The announcement was made by President Donald Ramotar, with her next to his side, at the PPP’s Headquarters, Freedom House, Robb Street.

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PODCAST: Media launch of APNU-AFC coalition

The opposition A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) and the Alliance For Change (AFC) held a media launch of their coalition’s campaign for the May 11, 2015 general and regional elections. The event was held on March 4 at the Pegasus Hotel. Highlights were addresses by the Coalition’s Prime Ministerial candidate, Moses Nagamootoo and the Presidential Candidate, David Granger. Messages ...

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PODCAST: Guyana’s APNU, AFC announce coalition on February 14, 2015

Guyana’s opposition A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) and the Alliance For Change (AFC) on February 14, 2015- Valentine’s Day- announced that they sealed a deal called the Cummingsburg Accord, after days of negotiations.Hosting a joint press conference at Georgetown Club were the coalition’s Presidential Candidate, David Granger and Prime Ministerial Candidate, Moses Nagamootoo.Chairing the press conference was AFC Vice ...

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Nomination Day is April 7

Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission, Dr. Steve Surujbally on Wednesday announced that April 7, 2015 would be Nomination Day for political parties to officially declare their interest and submit their list of candidates for the May 11, 2015 general and regional elections. “That Nomination Day I officially announce will be Tuesday April 7, 2015,” he told the opening session ...

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Let us not be drawn into any form of ethnic revenge or tit for tat by Dr. David Hinds

Tonight (Tuesday) Guyana has crossed yet another dangerous line. A mere 48 hours after a former Head of Government and State publicly suggested to his successor that governance in Guyana should include “kicking some asses,” an activist known for his anti-government protest was shot dead while walking the streets of his community urging his fellow citizens to come out and ...

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