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Daily Archives: July 3, 2020

Six airlines to serve Guyana, other CARICOM countries following LIAT’s collapse

Six  privately-owned airlines are being considered to link Guyana with the numerous scattered Caribbean islands as the several Caribbean shareholder governments say they are broke and can no longer afford to pump money into the ailing LIAT (1974) Ltd. LIAT’s board has decided to ground the decades-old regional carrier and separate assets from liabilities because of insolvency. The financial situation ...

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Incoming CARICOM Chairman defend’s Mia Mottley’s stance on Guyana’s elections

Incoming Chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), St, Vincent and the Grenadines, Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves criticised those who appeared opposed to the regional grouping seeking to preserve democracy in Guyana in keeping with the Charter of Civil Society. He hailed outgoing Chairman of CARICOM Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Mottley’s work on assisting to preserve democracy in Guyana “despite unwarranted, ...

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Magistrate orders police to serve private criminal charges on Lowenfield

Chief Elections Officer, Keith Lowenfield on Friday morning failed to turn up at court to answer private criminal charges filed against him. Prosecutor, Attorney-at-Law, Glen Hanoman told the court that it appears that Lowenfield has been evading service of the charges of misconduct in public office and alleged electoral fraud. Magistrate Faith Mc Gusty ordered police to serve the charges ...

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