Internet Radio

Daily Archives: January 7, 2019

Attorney General asks High Court to calculate “absolute majority” in no-confidence vote; Jagdeo applies to join validity of Charrandas Persaud vote

Attorney General Basil Williams on Monday asked the High Court to find that 34 instead of 33 votes are required to pass a no-confidence motion even as Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo has separately asked the Court to join proceedings challenging the validity of former government parliamentarian Charrandas Persaud’s vote because he is a Canadian. With the respondents being House Speaker ...

Read More »

No-confidence motion-poisoned-environment forces businessman out of new political party

Co-founder of A New and United Guyana (ANUAG), Terrence Campbell on Monday announced that he has resigned from the newly-formed political party because the country’s political environment has been poisoned by the no-confidence motion. “It is like a poisoned well and since last week I had great angst,” the CAMEX Ltd Managing Director told Demerara Waves Online News. Campbell said ...

Read More »

Aviation Authority orders Ogle Airport suspend protocol passes; Peter Ramsaroop denies Airport claim to accompany Charrandas Persaud to plane

The Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has ordered the Eugene F. Correia ‘Ogle’ International Airport (EFCIA) to stop issuing protocol passes in the wake of their use by a Canadian High Commission security officer and a supporter of the opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP) to escort Charrandas Persaud to a Barbados-bound plane. The EFCIA and PPP’s Peter Ramsaroop are at ...

Read More »