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Demolition of Afro-Guyanese houses in Mocha, Linden points to racial discrimination- WPA

Just days after President Irfaan Ali fended off opposition accusations of racism against Afro-Guyanese such as the demolition of houses in Mocha, East Bank Demerara, the Working People’s Alliance (WPA) insisted that the grant of titles to stronghold supporters raises concerns about apparent racial discrimination. “ These actions are in stark contrast to the issuing of titles to “squatters” in ...

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Former Police Commissioner won’t deny screenshots of 2020 Statements of Poll were transmitted to high command

Former Police Commissioner Leslie James on Friday said he would not deny that specific instruction might have been given for results of the March 2020 general and elections from Statements of Poll be transmitted to the police high command. Inquiry Commissioner Carl Singh queried about whether screenshots of Statements of Poll had been dispatched to a WhatsApp group of members ...

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Police recover two guns stolen from RADAR Security, five arrested

Police say they have recovered two of the several guns that were stolen from Radar Security Service. Detectives from the Criminal Investigation Department Headquarters made a breakthrough in the case involving the theft of several Firearms belonging to Radar Security and Supplies Company which occurred on the 26th day of December 2022. Five persons are currently in police custody including ...

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Lowenfield, Mingo, Police Officer refuse to testify before Elections Commission of Inquiry

Then Chief Elections Officer Keith Lowenfield, then Region Four Returning Officer Clairmont Mingo and Senior Police Superintendent Phillip Azore on Friday declined to testify before the Commission of Inquiry into the March 2020 general elections. Mr Lowenfield and Mr Mingo are among several persons, who have been charged with electoral fraud connected to those polls. Under Guyanese law, witnesses are ...

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President defends tough action on removal of Mocha squatters, amid call for “soft skills” training

President Irfaan Ali on Thursday defended the decision by government to smash the seven remaining houses on a government reserve at Cane View, Mocha, East Bank Demerara, saying that sufficient was done to negotiate with all of the more than 40 residents there. “If I attempt to be softer than I am soft on this Mocha issue, then I am ...

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Less hassle for low-income persons to open bank accounts

Guyanese are now expected to face less hassle while opening small bank accounts and withdrawing and depositing GY$500,000  or less, officials said on Thursday. Vice President Bharrat Jagdeo said “poor people”, with GY$500,000 or less could walk in “without all of these fancy forms (to) fill up.” He said account holders could also withdraw monies without informing the bank about ...

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Guyana now requires COVID negative test, recovery proof for persons travelling from China

Persons travelling to Guyana directly or in-transit from China, Hong Kong and Macau must now present a negative COVID-19 test or proof of recovery from the viral disease,  Guyana’s COVID-19 Task Force announced on Thursday. Th new requirement takes effect from January 8, 2023. The Guyana government said that would also apply to persons traveling from the China via third ...

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Norton justifies PNCR Treasurer signing blank cheques, denies receiving complaint of racism

Leader of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) Aubrey Norton on Thursday admitted that the then Treasurer of that party Faaiz Mursaline had signed blank cheques but said the amounts had been included, along with supporting documents, when the second person signed. “It is true that the treasurer signed blank cheques as one of two signatories,” Mr Norton said. In ...

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BREAKING: Govt demolishes more houses at Mocha

Workers, backed up by armed police, were Thursday afternoon demolishing more houses at Mocha because government said the structures are on lands that are needed for drainage along a new East Bank Demerara road. The houses were being broken down, even as Opposition Leader Aubrey Norton announced that his People’s National Congress Reform-led A Partnership for National Unity would be ...

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June 2023