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President briefs Opposition Leader on Venezuela’s threat of use of force

As Venezuela continues to face increasing international isolation over its threat to use force against Guyana, President Irfaan Ali on Saturday briefed Opposition Leader Aubrey Norton on the latest issues related to the territorial controversy. This latest spat was triggered by Venezuela’s claim that Guyana was auctioning oil blocks located in that Spanish-speaking nation’s territory. Guyana maintains that blocks are ...

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CARICOM urges Venezuela to abort threats to Guyana

The 15-nation Caribbean Community (CARICOM) on Friday said Venezuela’s recent pronouncement on Guyana’s bid round for offshore blocks amounted to a “threat” to use force. CARICOM backed Guyana fully in its quest to develop its natural resources. “The Caribbean Community reiterates its full and unequivocal support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, including its ...

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PPP UK branch complains to TV station, broadcast regulator about host’s treatment of Pres Ali

The United Kingdom (UK) branch of Guyana’s governing People’s Progressive Party (PPP) has formally protested the manner in which the host of Good Morning Britain (GMB) treated President Irfaan Ali during a televised interview. According to the formal complaint dispatched to ITV and copied to OFCOM, the UK’s broadcasting and telecommunications regulator, the PPP UK branch expressed its deep concern ...

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Jagdeo says US decision makers briefed on Guyana, as opposition delegation heads to Washington

Guyana’s opposition plans to complain to United States (US) House Democratic Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries and a number of other decision makers in Washington that Afro-Guyanese are facing discrimination, but the government says it last week already debunked those claims in meetings with American elected leaders. Opposition Leader Aubrey Norton said the delegation that would be attending the September 27-28 ...

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Probe to unearth who negotiated reduced audited expenses with ExxonMobil – Jagdeo

Maintaining that the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) is the sole agency lawfully mandated to go after ExxonMobil’s audited US$214 million expenses, Vice President Bharrat Jagdeo on Thursday said an investigation would be launched to determine why the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) went ahead and negotiated a reduction to as low as US$3 million. “No money has been stolen somebody ...

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Norton recants approach to Region Four Chairman accused of assaulting wife

Leader of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) Aubrey Norton on Thursday evening backtracked on his earlier explicit call for Region Four Chairman, Daniel Seeram to step down and, instead, said the matter should be left in the hands of police investigators. “In my opinion, my choice of language was bad. Really and truly, I should first of all say ...

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PNCR’s General Council to decide on Congress; ‘I’m not a dictator’- Norton

Leader of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR), Aubrey Norton said his party would later this year end when its congress would be held. He said that decision was made at the PNCR’s Central Executive Committee meeting on Wednesday. “The party’s Central Executive decided last evening that the matter will be placed to the General Council and it will be ...

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Region Four Chairman should resign- PNCR Leader

Leader of the People’s Nati0nal Congress Reform (PNCR) Aubrey Norton on Thursday said Chairman of the Region Four (Demerara-Mahaica) Council, Daniel Seeram should resign because he has been allegedly involved in domestic violence. “We think he should step down but I’m saying to you, at this stage, we have not said to him ‘look, you need to go,” Mr Norton ...

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“Unacceptable” to breach Guyana’s sovereignty- US

The United States (US) on Wednesday afternoon deemed as “unacceptable” Venezuela’s clear threat to oil companies that have bid for eight oil blocks offshore Guyana. “The U.S. supports Guyana’s sovereign right to develop its own natural resources. Efforts to infringe upon Guyana’s sovereignty are unacceptable. We call on Venezuela to respect international law, including the 1899 arbitral award & the ...

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Guyana will defend its sovereignty, Pres Ali tells UN General Assembly

President Irfaan Ali on Wednesday vowed to defend its territorial sovereignty in the face of  fresh threats by Venezuela after several companies bid to explore for oil in a number of offshore blocks. “Guyana will spared no effort in defending its sovereignty and territorial integrity,” he said in his address to the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly ...

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