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Daily Archives: April 25, 2015

PPP-Civic targets corruption, misconduct in public office

Amid ongoing concerns in sections of the society about apparent rampant corruption, the People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPPC) on Saturday unveiled its elections manifesto, promising to root out that scourge through a number of measures. “…Continuing the fight against corruption at all levels of Government and society by instituting mechanisms for greater transparency and accountability,” is one of the several ...

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Updated: Former Magistrate Fazil Azeez shot; AFC condemns attack

Former Magistrate and Radio Broadcaster Fazil Azeez was Saturday shot to his abdomen during an attempt to rob him, police said. Azeez’s condition is listed as stable. Police said in a statement that Azeez, currently a practicing attorney, was admitted to a city hospital in a stable condition. Police said in its statement that at about 1155 AM Saturday April 25, ...

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PPP Civic unveils manifesto titled Guyana 2.0

MESSAGE FOM PRESIDENT DONALD RAMOTAR AND PRIME MINISTERIAL CANDIDATE ELISABETH HARPER This Manifesto – Guyana Version 2.0 – sets out how the PPP/C seeks to continue serving all the people of Guyana, so that our country is one where the next generation does even better than the past, with current transformation and modernization. This Manifesto highlights the next phase of ...

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Govt has evidence of militarized opposition- Luncheon

Secretary to the Defence Board, Dr. Roger Luncheon says he has concrete information that the opposition coalition is being militarized in the run-up to next month’s general elections in contrast to the previous polls almost four years ago. “I don’t want to burden you with the facts but when I show you the details that we have about the involvement ...

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Higher salaries, pensions linked to cash in treasury, reduced corruption, says APNU+AFC

The opposition coalition A Partnership for National Unity+ Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC)  Friday night pegged increased Old Age pensions and salaries to sufficient cash in the State’s coffers and weeding out of corruption. “If we go in there and we find enough money in the Treasury, the first people we will think about will be our senior citizens,” Prime Ministerial ...

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