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Daily Archives: April 5, 2015

Coalition eyes prosperous agro-based economy in Essequibo

Residents of  Pomeroon-Supenaam desirous of getting into small and medium scale production of food and other items could soon receive a boost if the opposition wins the May 11, 2015 general and regional elections. A Partnership for National Unity+ Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC) Presidential Candidate, David Granger told a large rally at Damon Square, Essequibo Coast on Saturday that his ...

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APNU+AFC urge supporters to guard against rigging

Supporters of Guyana’s opposition coalition have been urged to be vigilant during balloting and the counting of votes at next month’s general and regional elections. Issuing the call on Saturday was A Partnership for National Unity’s (APNU) Vice Chairman, Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine at the coalition’s rally at Damon Square, Anna Regina, Essequibo Coast. “For us in APNU, we have to ...

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Linden businesswoman shot dead

A Linden businesswoman was Saturday night gunned down by armed bandits who fled with a bag containing about GUY$20,000 cash. Police did not disclose the amount of money but sources confirmed that it was about GUY$20,000. Investigators confirmed that 45-year old Shevon Gordon was shot dead about 7:30 PM as she was about to enter her home at Block 22, ...

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Opposition plans to return to post-election coalition

Guyana’s opposition coalition intends to change the constitution to allow for parties to team up after a general election to prevent the one with the plurality from forming the government, a top official of the Alliance For Change (AFC) said Saturday. AFC Chairman, Nigel Hughes signaled the coalition’s intention to do so at a rally at Anna Regina where the ...

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Opposition promises Essequibo rice farmers improved payment system

The opposition coalition Saturday night promised the largely rice-dependent Essequibo Coast that it would examine ways of ensuring that lowly-paid farmers receive higher prices for their paddy and that they get a fair share from sales to Venezuela. Prime Ministerial candidate Moses Nagamootoo appealed to the rice farmers to vote in favour of a government that would bring an end ...

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