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WPA’s Ogunseye ready to plead guilty to treason; success of Day of Resistance depends on PNCR’s participation in LGE

As the Working People’s Alliance (WPA) on Tuesday pushed ahead with its call for a boycott of the June 12, 2023 Local Government Elections (LGE) and instead to use that day as one of Afro-Guyanese resistance against alleged racial discrimination, that party’s executive member Tacuma Ogunseye said he was ready to face a treason charge. “When we look at the ...

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Jagdeo rallies party faithful to be vigilant to prevent defeat in 2025

General Secretary of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Bharrat Jagdeo on Sunday urged supporters to aggressively represent their party and position themselves on Social Media to counter opposition views as part of efforts to stave off defeat at the next general and regional elections. He appealed for more “gratitude and understanding” f0r what the PPP has done for Guyana. “People ...

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Victorians told to ignore claims of discrimination, urged to grab opportunities

Punctuated by references to improve infrastructure, social sector, employment, business support, housing and farming lands ownership, a high-level ministerial team on Saturday sought to assure residents of the predominantly Afro-Guyanese East Coast Demerara village of Victoria that government was not discriminating against them and that they should ignore those making such claims. Prime Minister Mark Phillips, who led a 11-member ...

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IDPADA-G, govt seem on verge of settlement for release of funds- lawyers tell High Court

Lawyers for the International Decade for People of African Descent Assembly-Guyana (IDPADA-G) and the State on Friday informed the High Court that they are on the brink of deal that could see the release of millions of dollars in a budgeted government subvention to the organisation that aims to improve the conditions of Afro-Guyanese. Attorney-at-Law Dr Vivian Williams told the ...

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High Court rules President violated Guyana’s Constitution by suspending Police Service Commission Chairman

High Court Judge Gino Persaud on Friday ruled that President Irfaan Ali violated Guyana’s Constitution by suspending the then Chairman of the Police Service Commission (PSC), Retired Assistant Police Commissioner Paul Slowe because there was no mechanism to give him a fair hearing. “In summary, therefore, the decision of His Excellency the President to suspend the chairman and other members ...

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Guyana not ready for executive power sharing- Jagdeo

General Secretary of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Bharrat Jagdeo on Thursday again effectively ruled out executive power sharing with the main opposition People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) in the near term because of a lack of trust or shared principles. “There is no building trust. In fact, we are going farther apart because everyday APNU (A Partnership for National ...

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Norton wants closer relationship among political parties

Opposition Leader Aubrey Norton wants improved relations among political parties and for their parties to advocate unity that can lead to improved relations among races and ethnicities. “This includes promoting greater representation and participation of underrepresented groups in the political process, as well as promoting greater dialogue and collaboration between different political parties,” he said in a message to mark ...

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GHRA denies owing State GY$38 million; accuses Nandlall of “reprisal” for speaking out

The Guyana Human Rights Association (GHRA) is accusing Attorney General Anil Nandlall of engaging in a “reprisal” because of concerns that the association has raised about the process of the Guyana’s Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative. GHRA’s Co-President Mike Mc Cormack challenged Mr Nandlall to prove that he was not being singled out for unfounded claims in retaliation for his views ...

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City businessman, Nazar ‘Shell’ Mohamed on PPP’s Local Govt Elections ticket

Wealthy City businessman, Nazar ‘Shell’ Mohammed has entered the political landscape on the People’s Progressive Party Civic’s (PPPC) ticket for the June 12 Local Government Elections (LGE) but on Thursday ruled out getting into national politics. “I’m semi-retired now so I can make a contribution to my community. I’m a strong community activist,” said Mr Mohammed who is Chairman of ...

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