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Daily Archives: June 15, 2015

PPP wants Surujbally gone before LGE, Parliamentary attendance still unknown

by Zena Henry Even though a date has not yet been set for the overdue Local Government Elections (LGE), the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) have already expressed an unwillingness to part take in the regional elections if chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Dr. Steve Surujbally should remain. At the party’s press conference, Monday June 15, General Secretary Clement ...

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No power sharing talks if witch hunt continues– Rohee

by Zena Henry The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) says it is not prepared to sit and talk with the government on any issue of unity and shared governance if they continue to witch-hunt their supporters in what they believe is “political headhunting and forensic sleuthing.” The party believes that the “unity government” is attacking its members and supporters to prove ...

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President to redefine legislative vision in Parliament every year

by Zena Henry President David Granger has promised to appear in Parliament every year to redefine is legislative agenda for the Parliament and outline the direction of the country for that particular year. This is according to Minister of State Joseph Harmon, who told the media on Thursday 11, 2015, that the President’s speech at the re-opening of Parliament was ...

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Guyana to speed up passport issuance in US, improve consular services

Coverage courtesy Fly Jamaica Plans are in train to speed up the issuance of passports to Guyanese living in the United States (US) and that consular services would be decentralised, according to a top official government official. Minister of State in the Ministry of the Presidency, Joseph Harmon gave the assurance to thousands of Guyanese at an APNU+AFC victory rally ...

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US politicians upbeat about Guyana’s coalition government

Coverage courtesy Fly Jamaica Key influential elected officials of the United States (US) Democratic Party on Sunday highlighted that lobbying for fair elections last month helped defeat the People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPPC) for the first time in 23 years. Addressing thousands of Guyanese at the APNU+AFC victory rally in Brooklyn, Congressman Hakim Jeffries of the 8th District of New ...

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