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Daily Archives: May 5, 2018

British colonial sedition law crushed free expression by Blacks; has no place in independent Guyana

United States-based History Professor, Nigel Westmaas has slammed the sedition clause in Guyana’s Cybercrime Bill, saying it is archaic and that dates back to 1917 when British colonisers had clamped down on freedom of expression by Blacks. Westmaas, also a former University of Guyana (UG) History lecturer, called for the law to be scrapped altogether instead of being included in ...

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Region One residents get birth certificates

Several residents of Sebai, Eclipse Falls and Citrus Grove in Region One uplifted their birth certificates over the weekend, April 28-29; some, for the first time. A team led by Junior Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, Valerie Garrido-Lowe and Region One Member of Parliament (MP), Richard Allen distributed the documents during an outreach in the Barima-Waini region. The exercise is ...

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Four regions get newly-graduated Patient Care Assistants

Approximately seventy-four residents from Regions Three, Four, Five and Ten have been trained to be Patient Care Assistants (PCAs). Addressing the newly trained PCAs at a graduation ceremony this morning, at the Georgetown Club, Minister of Public Health, Volda Lawrence urged them to be the catalyst that will transform their communities by proving the best care to patients. “You should ...

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