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Law schools needed in Guyana, two other countries but Council of Legal Education must become regulator, says Caricom legal education survey

At least three new law schools, including one in Guyana, should be established, but the Caribbean’s Council for Legal Education (CLE) should regulate instead of manage all such institutions across the region, according to a survey report on Legal Education in the Caribbean. Funded by Canada and executed by the University of the West Indies and the Improved Access to ...

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Guyana “watching” situation in recolonised Dutch Caribbean islands

Guyana’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Carl Greenidge on Tuesday indicated that his country would be paying guarded attention to the political situation in the former Netherlands Antilles- Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba- where residents complain that they have been recolonised eight years ago by The Netherlands. They want to be replaced on the United Nations list of non-self governing territories. “That ...

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