Daily Archives: Thursday, 15 January 2015, 21:46

Guyana, Suriname to hold talks on new rules for Georgetown-Paramaribo minibuses

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 January 2015, 21:46 by GxMedia Even as representatives of the Guyana and Suriname governments prepare to hold talks in the coming days over that former Dutch colony’s new rules governing Guyanese minibuses, Georgetown already finds the new systems as humbugs to free movement The Foreign Ministry in Georgetown already said on Thursday that one of ...

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GUYANA: Walter Rodney Commission of Inquiry to resume after lingering uncertainty

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 January 2015, 21:23 by GxMedia Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee is slated to take the witness stand when the International Commission of Inquiry (COI) into the death of Walter Rodney reconvenes on January 26th, Attorney-at-Law Joseph Harmon says. During an interview with Caribbean News Desk today Harmon said thatCommission recently circulated notices advising the date ...

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Guyanese drowns in neighbouring Suriname

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 January 2015, 0:50 by GxMedia A Guyanese man late Wednesday afternoon allegedly drowned after he fell off a fishing vessel he was working on in neighbouring Suriname, relatives said. He has been identified as 28-year old Rawle Henry.  His body has not been recovered. A relative said that the incident occurred shortly after 5 PM, ...

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OAS approves declaration for timely holding of elections

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 January 2015, 0:19 by GxMedia The Organisation of American States (OAS) on Wednesday approved a Declaration for the swift holding of elections in Haiti, days after last ditch negotiations for a new electoral law collapsed and prompted the dissolution of Parliament. President Michel Martelly is now ruling by decree. Approval of the Caribbean Community (Caricom)-sponsored ...

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