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Churches, bars, restaurants can open until 12:45 AM/ 00:45 hours on Jan 1- COVID Task Force

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 December 2021, 23:45 by Denis Chabrol The National COVID Task Force has decided to allow churches, bars and restaurants to open until 12:45 AM/ 00:45 hours New Year’s Day only. “The National COVID-19 Task Force has noted a great demand by sections of the public to celebrate the holidays in the traditional ways during the ...

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Harmon dubs replica Parliament mace a ‘fake’, insists ‘oil money’ law wasn’t passed; Teixeira says Court has no role

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 December 2021, 22:25 by Denis Chabrol Opposition Leader Joseph Harmon on Thursday rejected House Speaker Manzoor Nadir’s claim that a replica mace used during a simple majority vote in favour of the Natural Resource Fund was an authentic standby symbol of authority. “The Speaker’s statement that Guyana has two Maces is appalling and simply untrue. ...

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House Speaker says opposition parliamentarians involved in removal of mace will be punished; Harmon says action will be taken against passage of Bill

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 December 2021, 12:36 by Denis Chabrol House Speaker Manzoor Nadir says the opposition parliamentarians, who removed the mace during Wednesday’s debate on the Natural Resource Fund legislation, will be punished. Noting that in any Parliament, an attack on the mace is an attack on the authority of the Parliament, he sent a clear message that ...

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Suriname hands over Guyanese murder accused to local police; Blanhum hails cooperation

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 December 2021, 10:23 by Denis Chabrol Surinamese police have handed over a Guyanese man, who was wanted for murder, to Guyanese police, a move that was Thursday welcomed by Guyana Police Force Crime Chief, Wendell Blanhum. “The Guyana Police Force would like to take this opportunity to thank our law enforcement counterparts in Suriname who, ...

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