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Daily Archives: April 11, 2015

Blue CAPS launches manifesto, ‘Keep it Clean’ campaign

The non-governmental organisation, Blue CAPS, on Saturday called for an end to “cuss out” politics, even as it launched its own manifesto of demands that it intends to press the new government to address. “We decided that we will a proactive step and generate what we believe is an organic list of demands, that we can hold politicians accountable to ...

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Retired Rear Admiral Gary Best endorses APNU+AFC coalition as “best” party to run Guyana

Former Chief-of-Staff  of the Guyana Defence Force (GDF), Retired Rear Admiral Gary Best on Saturday endorse the opposition coalition for next month’s general and regional elections, saying that it offers the best chance of the country being governed properly. “I wish to go on record as endorsing the APNU-AFC coalition as the best political party capable of managing the affairs ...

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PNCR supporters in Linden focussing on opposition victory

People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) supporters in Region 10 have decided to put their concerns aside about the exclusion of several persons from being opposition coalition’s candidates for next month’s general elections, according to sources. The sources said a meeting slated for Saturday under the chairmanship of regional campaign coordinator, Sharma Solomon is expected to arrive at a consensus that ...

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Relief operation underway for drought-stricken Rupununi, Region One

Authorities are preparing to rush relief supplies of water and food to drought-stricken Rupununi and parts of the Barima-Waini (Region One), government said Friday. Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr. Roger Luncheon said the Civil Defence Commission (CDC) would be coordinating efforts to source and distribute water to the hard-hit communities. The CDC, Dr Luncheon revealed, will coordinate with the ...

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Thousands of election day officials could be disenfranchised- opposition

by Janelle Persaud A Partnership for National Unity+Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC) coalition is concerned with what it labelled the ‘disenfranchisement’ of electors by the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) following a decision not to issue certificates of employment to Election Day officials. At its weekly press briefing on Friday at the Crown Street-based campaign Headquarters, Executive member, Dr.Rupert Roopnaraine insisted the coalition will not allow ...

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