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Daily Archives: August 15, 2015

Justice for Walter Rodney Committee attacks govt over prematurely ending Commission of Inquiry

A group of persons seeking the truth about the bomb-blast death of renowned historian and politician, Dr. Walter Rodney o June 13, 1980 on Saturday accused the administration of President David Granger of double-standards in the quest for truth and national healing. “It is disturbing that senior spokesperson of a government that came to power on the banner of national ...

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Mixed reaction to hike in school uniform assistance

Guyanese are exhibiting mixed responses to government’s decision to raise the value of school-uniform vouchers from $1,500 to $2,000. Reading highlights from the 2015 Budgetary Estimates in the National Assembly last Monday, Finance Minister, Winston Jordan, said “this will benefit more than 167,000 students at a cost of over $337 million.” He also announced a 25 percent increase on the ...

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Election campaigning on $2 M teeth work backfired on APNU+AFC, says Former Amerindian Affairs Minister

Former Amerindian Affairs Minister Pauline Sukhai on Saturday said attempts by the coalition to capitalise on her receipt of a whopping GUY$2 million in dental assistance backfired because the People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPPC) still won the mainly Amerindian populated regions. “The fact that it was peddled pre-election gimmick, as an election campaign issue it did not resound in the ...

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Intruder at PPP Headquarters shot

Investigations are being conducted into an incident that occurred at about 2320h. last night Friday August 14, 2015, in the compound of Freedom House, Robb Street, Georgetown, in which a so far unidentified man was shot and injured by a security guard. Investigations have revealed that the man was seen on the roof of the kitchen part of the premises ...

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