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Digicel changes horse race date following concerns by Afro-Guyanese groups

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 21:01 by GxMedia In the wake of concerns by several African Guyanese organisations about a horse race meet being scheduled for August 1-Emancipation Day- Digicel (Guyana) on Thursday announced that it would be rescheduling the equestrian event to later next month. “We spoke with the organisers and we are happy to move the ...

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Gov’t again refuses to proceed with local gov’t bills

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 21:01 by GxMedia Consideration of the local government bills was once again postponed when the government declined to proceed with its business at Thursday’s sitting. The administration had wanted the sitting postponed until August 7 and had sent a letter to that effect to Speaker of the House Raphael Trotman and Opposition Leader ...

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Govt says Amaila is good deal; ruling party pickets opposition

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 21:01 by GxMedia As government was busy assuring Guyanese that they will pay less for Amaila hydro electricity and the US$840 million will be well-spent on building the facility, the youth arm of the ruling party was on the picket-line outside Parliament Building venting its anger against the opposition’s stance on the project. ...

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US project seeks to break gridlock, build consensus

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 21:01 by GxMedia The United States (US) is injecting US$1.5 million into a project aimed at breaking gridlock between Guyana’s opposition-controlled House and the minority Executive. American Ambassador to Guyana, Brendt Hardt told a welcome reception for the Chief of Party for the Leadership and Democracy Project (LEAD), Glenn Bradbury that building bridges ...

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Speaker ditches govt’s attempt to postpone National Assembly sitting

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 21:01 by GxMedia House Speaker, Raphael Trotman rebuffed government’s decision to postpone Thursday’s sitting of the National Assembly by letter to allow for high-level talks on parliamentary matters for the controversial Amaila Falls Hydropower Project (AFHP). In a letter to Trotman advising of the postponement to August 7, Prime Minister Samuel Hinds said ...

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President convenes National Stakeholders Forum to discuss threatened Amaila Project

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 21:01 by GxMedia President Donald Ramotar is scheduled to meet civil society stakeholders on Thursday as the government continues to make its case to save the US$840M Amaila Hydropower Project. The invitation to the private sector and other NGOs originated from Presidential Advisor on Governance Gail Teixeira and invited them to a National ...

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