Last Updated on Tuesday, 3 October 2023, 17:52 by Denis Chabrol An unspecified number of Guyanese police are to be deployed to Haiti to assist with the training of Haitian police as part of a United Nations-backed mission to take back the country from violent gangs and pave the way for long-overdue elections, according to well-placed sources. The number of ...Read More »
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 3 October 2023, 17:25 by Denis Chabrol Alliance For Change (AFC) executive member and opposition parliamentarian David Patterson on Tuesday asked the Public Procurement Commission (PPC) to investigate whether the award of a GY$865,543,500 contract to construct a pump station at Belle Vue, West Bank Demerara was above board. “I write seeking an investigation into the ...Read More »
Guyana Government Statement in commemoration of the 124th Anniversary of the Arbitral Award which settled the land Boundary between British Guiana and Venezuela.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 3 October 2023, 9:07 by Denis Chabrol October 3, 2023 In 1897, Venezuela and Great Britain concluded an agreement- the Treaty of Washington which they agreed to submit the dispute regarding the location of their land boundary to binding arbitration before a tribunal of eminent jurists including the heads of the judiciary of the United States and ...Read More »
Last Updated on Tuesday, 3 October 2023, 9:45 by Denis Chabrol An executive member of the Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU) has said that that bargaining agent did not recognise a Ministry of Education invitation attend President Irfaan Ali’s meeting with teachers. “Please don’t disrespect us teachers by never formally even inviting GTU to your consultation that seeks to bypass an ...Read More »
Last Updated on Tuesday, 3 October 2023, 0:05 by Denis Chabrol A number of teachers on Monday told President Irfaan Ali that they prefer increased allowances rather than a salary hike, sparking off a criticism by a senior trade unionist. Headmistress for Vreed-en-Hoop Primary School, Joan Bhagwandass echoed the views of several other teachers in justifying the need for allowances ...Read More »
by Sir Shridath Ramphal 124 years ago, on an autumn morning in Paris, some of the world’s most distinguished jurists listened to a description of the boundary between British Guiana and Venezuela. It was the Award of the Arbitral Tribunal set up under the Treaty of Washington to find a ‘full, perfect and final settlement’ of the dispute over the ...Read More »