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Daily Archives: January 13, 2014

Ombudsman confident of adequate govt support

Retired High Court Judge, Winston Moore was Monday sworn in as Guyana’s first Ombudsman in almost 10 years, saying he was satisfied with efforts being made to provide resources to help the office function properly. “I have no qualms or misgivings as to the level of resources… that would actually be provided,” Moore said after taking the Oath of Office ...

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Guyana records first major heist for 2014

Guyana recorded its first major heist Sunday night when four bandits struck a Chinese restaurant and carted off GUY$4 million, police said. The robbery occurred at a Chinese restaurant at the junction of the East Bank Demerara Public Road and the Soesdyke-Linden Highway about 11 PM. Deputy Police Commissioner, Seelall Persaud said the robbers carted off GUY$3 million and US$5,000.  ...

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Finance Minister defends President’s son; silent on E-Governance project delays, cost overrun

Finance Minister, Dr. Ashni Singh has defended the appointment of President Donald Ramotar’s son- Alexei Ramotar as head of the E-Governance project, saying that he is “one of the most qualified” persons. “Today he remains one of Guyana’s most qualified in his field, with a Masters in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo, over a decade of work experience ...

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