Daily Archives: Wednesday, 5 June 2024, 20:49

OPINION: Guyana: depopulation and repopulation: laws of necessity and inevitability

Last Updated on Wednesday, 5 June 2024, 22:27 by Writer by GHK Lall There is agreement and disagreement with Mr. Nigel Hughes, arguably one of Guyana’s preeminent legal minds, floor practitioners. I share where I am with both agreement and disagreement, and then offer my little smidgens of refinement. There is agreement on a population of foreigners becoming the dominant ...

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OPINION: Migration and Security

Last Updated on Wednesday, 5 June 2024, 22:14 by Writer By Dr Randy Persaud, Professor Emeritus, American University, Washington DC I don’t know how many of you have read Jean Raspail’s Camp of the Saints (1973). I put the point this way because, if you haven’t read it, I am not sure I want to recommend you do. It is ...

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Brazil should “mirror” Guyana to explore the Equatorial Margin – Brazil’s Energy Minister

Last Updated on Wednesday, 5 June 2024, 22:01 by Writer Brazil’s Minister of Mines and Energy (MME), Alexandre Silveira de Oliveira, told CNN after his participation in CNN Talks, this Monday, June 3, that Brazil should mirror the speed with which Guyana began its exploration in the Equatorial Margin. Mr Silveira was asked about a statement, on the 27th, in ...

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Guyana to amend laws to facilitate easy extradition to US

Last Updated on Wednesday, 5 June 2024, 21:56 by Writer Attorney General Anil Nandlall has told the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) that Guyana would next week amend its extradition laws to allow for “easy” extradition of persons to and from the United States (US). “Next week we will enact a slew of amendments to our extradition laws which ...

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