Daily Archives: Sunday, 17 December 2023, 21:12

Victoria men killed after robbery, others hospitalised – police

Last Updated on Sunday, 17 December 2023, 21:12 by Denis Chabrol Two men were killed early Sunday morning at Victoria, East Coast Demerara after one of the now deceased men was attacked and robbed of his 30-pennyweight gold chain, police said Sunday night. Dead are the robbery victim, 26-year old William Montrose-who was a construction worker and gold miner and ...

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OPINION: The WPA’s take on the Argyle Declaration 

Last Updated on Monday, 18 December 2023, 21:02 by Writer By Dr. Randy Persaud, Professor Emeritus We should expect that in a time of existential threat, all political parties will put aside old partisan interests, and instead, rise like the Maginot Line to unreservedly defend the National Interest. And while the PNCR and Mr. Norton have answered that call with ...

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Weaponise the GDF; Maduro needed to withdraw threats WPA

Last Updated on Monday, 18 December 2023, 21:35 by Writer The Working People’s Alliance (WPA) has recommended that government buys more weapons for the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) and encourage Guyanese of all races to join that disciplined service, in the wake of uncertainty about Venezuelan aggression over its claim to the Essequibo Region. “WPA supports a weaponizing of the ...

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Ahead of criminal sentence, Suriname’s former President Bouterse asks supporters to remain calm

Last Updated on Sunday, 17 December 2023, 10:07 by Denis Chabrol by Ivan Cairo PARAMARIBO – Ex-army leader and ex-president of Suriname, Desi Bouterse, called on his supporters Saturday evening during a party meeting in the run-up to the final verdict in the criminal case into the controversial murders of December 8, 1982, to keep calm. At the same time, ...

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OPINION: Peace pact, pawning for peace, or peace puzzle

Last Updated on Sunday, 17 December 2023, 8:43 by Denis Chabrol By GHK Lall In a December 16th article titled “Opposition Leader welcomes Guyana-Venezuela peace deal, but criticizes government for lack of preparation for Ali-Maduro meeting.”  I recognize the first part of that caption.  Mr. Norton’s criticism has its place, absorbed with some understanding.  If it sounds as though I ...

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