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Daily Archives: July 27, 2017

Broadcast law amendments outline ground-rules for govt content on private stations ; unlicensed stations’ equipment will be seized

Existing radio and television stations could be closed and their equipment seized if they do not apply for and are granted new licenses within 30 days of parliament’s approval of amendments to the Broadcasting Act, according to the Bill tabled in the House on Thursday. Government is also seeking to pass into how it intends to compulsorily have its content ...

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Guyana takes steps towards constitutional reform

The Guyana government on Thursday took a major step in triggering the constitutional reform process- one of its major election campaign promises- by tabling draft legislation in the National Assembly for establishing a 15-member “constitutional reform consultative commission”. The draft law was referred to the parliamentary standing committee on constitutional reform for consideration and report. “An act to establish a ...

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