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Guyanese lawyer concerned about perceived bias involving Grenadian lawyer in no-confidence motion case

Concerns are being raised about perceived bias involving a Guyana Government-hired lawyer in the appeal of a High Court decision on the no-confidence motion, on the grounds that he is a member of the body that hires and fires judges of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ). Guyanese Attorney-at-Law Sanjeev Datadin told Demerara Waves Online News that Grenadian Sir Francis ...

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RUSAL-BCGI management finally recognises union, to begin talks Friday

The management of United Company Russian Aluminium (UC RUSAL)-controlled Bauxite Company of Guyana Incorporated (BCGI) on Monday decided to recognise the Guyana Bauxite and General Workers’ Union (GB&GWU), paving the way for the two sides to open negotiations on outstanding grievances. “The issue of recognition is not on the table. The company has made it clear that this is the ...

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Jagdeo’s “irresponsible” call to chase out Granger, other gov’t officials can breach peace – gov’t

The Guyana government on Monday cautioned Opposition Leader, Bharrat Jagdeo that his call on supporters to chase out President David Granger and other government officials from their communities could breach the peace and incite racial hostilities in an election year. “Mr. Jagdeo has a history of wanton utterances and his most recent at Babu Jaan has serious implications on peace, ...

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Caribbean Airlines not yet flying Boeing 737 MAX-8, promises “strict safety measures” for new planes

Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL), which late last year inked a deal to buy several Boeing 737 MAX-8 planes – the same model used by the Ethiopian Airlines that crashed and killed 157 persons aboard – on Monday said it would abide by strict safety measures before adding new aircraft to its fleet. “Caribbean Airlines will incorporate the procedural and training ...

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Civil Society Forum calls on President to name elections date

A group of non-governmental organisations calling themselves the Civil Society Forum on Monday publicly called on President David Granger to name an election date or risk his administration being labelled “illegal”. “His not naming that date thus far has increased the probability that the government will be accused of being illegal after March 21,” the Forum said in a statement. ...

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“Chase them out!” – Jagdeo urges PPP supporters after March 21; Ramotar, others no-show at Jagan memorial event

Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo on Sunday put the incumbent government on notice that they would be chased out of Berbice if they cling on to power beyond March 21, 2019 without calling general elections. “We are going here in Berbice and right across Guyana, when the ministers or Granger or Nagamootio, come here after the 21st of March to say ...

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Three dead on Guyana’s roads within 24 hours

Three persons were killed in as many accidents on Guyana’s roads within 24 hours, police said Sunday. The latest was Sunday at about 3:20 am on the Annandale Public Road, East Coast Demerara. The identity and address of the victim was not immediately known. Police were told that the man was in the tray of a Canter lorry, GHH 3986, ...

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Aubrey Norton, Anil Nandlall differ on national unity formula

Executive members of Guyana’s two major political parties at the weekend differ on the route that should be taken to achieve national unity, with the People’s National Congress Reform’s (PNCR) Aubrey Norton citing Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo as the major stumbling block. But, People’s Progressive Party (PPP) executive member, Anil Nandlall countered, saying that principle instead of personality should be ...

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