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St Vincent’s Prime Minister gets Guyana’s second highest award

President Irfaan Ali on Tuesday evening bestowed Guyana’s second highest award, the Order of Roraima, to the Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Dr Ralph Gonsalves. At a special dinner at State House, the Guyanese Head of State and Government said he was honoured to present the prestigious award to the long-standing regional politician. “The conferral of Guyana’s ...

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Ex PNCR Treasurer denies he is a PPP agent

Former People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) Treasurer, Faaiz Mursaline, who has raised concerns about alleged lack of accountability and racist attacks in that party, on Tuesday rejected a claim that he was planted by the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) to discredit it. “I’m not a PPP. I’m a born PNC and if I’m not in PNC, I am not in ...

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Standoff between Mocha villagers, police and housing officials over demolition of houses

Villagers of Mocha, East Bank Demerara faced off with police and government workers who were demolishing houses that the Ministry of Housing said needed to long move because they are near an alternative East Bank Demerara Road aback the village. A number of residents, mainly women,  laid across the road to prevent workers from breaking down more structures.  Government said ...

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St Vincent and the Grenadines PM on official visit to Guyana; agenda undisclosed

Prime Minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves arrived in Guyana on Monday  but no details were provided about this previously unann0unced four-day “official visit”. Enquiries about whether memoranda of understanding or agreements would be signed and what would be on the agenda proved futile. Dr Gonsalves arrived on a chartered Surinamese Fly Allways aircraft from ...

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President Ali flown by charter to Brazil for Lula’s inauguration

President Irfaan Ali arrived in Brazil’s capital, Brasilia, aboard a flight chartered from the Surinamese airline, Fly Allways, even as the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) is making efforts to make a seized illegal plane operable. Dr Ali is in Brazil for Sunday afternoon’s inauguration of Luis Inacio ‘Lula’ Da Silva as President of that South American economic giant. Government said ...

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Former PNCR Treasurer raises accountability, racial discrimination concerns in party

The former Treasurer of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR), Faaiz Mursaline on Sunday confirmed that he formally complained to colleague members of the Central Executive Committee about alleged lack of accountability and racial discrimination by a well-known figure in the party. But Mr  Norton on Sunday said he “I haven’t looked” at Mr Mursaline’s correspondence. The PNCR Leader denied ...

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AFC officially exits coalition with APNU but parliamentary relationship intact

The Alliance For Change (AFC) has formally broken away from its coalition with A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) but they would work closely together in the National Assembly, AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan said Saturday night. The revised Cummingsburg Accord, a political agreement between the two organisations, provide for the two to go their separate ways three or five years ...

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Crime fighting, development foundation plans for 2023

President Irfaan Ali on Friday- Old Year’s Day- announced that his administration would be aiming for a further reduction in crime and setting the foundation for Guyana at 2030 and beyond, even as he hailed non-oil economic growth in 2022 at about 10 percent. “The New Year will also witness intensified efforts at arresting criminal activities,” he said in his ...

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Opposition plans to intensify international lobby in 2023- Norton

Opposition Leader Aubrey Norton on Saturday- Old Year’s Day- announced that the coalition would intensify its international lobby in 2023 to build on its efforts to seek support to address several grievances including the lack of electoral reform. “We will continue to engage the diplomatic community and widen the list of countries and international organisations we engage in 2023,” he ...

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Charrandass Persaud publicly apologises to India, Guyana for abusing animal rights activist; justifies action based on gender equality

Outgoing Guyana High Commissioner to India, Charrandass Persaud has publicly apologised to an well-known professor and animal rights activist in that Asian nation for verbally abusing her, but said it boiled down to women’s desire for equality with men. Recounting his altercation with Professor Sonya Gosh on August 1, 2022, he said “it’s a confession, it’s an admission and it’s ...

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June 2023