by Vincent Alexander The time has come to break my silence on the Boodoo Affair. I am breaking my silence for two reasons. First, the Chronicle newspaper facilitated a letter which sought to blame ethnic cleansing for the non-support of a new contract for Mr. Boodhoo, Former Chief Elections Officer. This is nothing short of using the old racist bogey ...Read More »
As a people, we have a choice to make. And to this end the GTUC will be dispatching messages to the South Africa government and the trade union community, reminding them of the workers’ commitment and contributions to the apartheid struggle, making known our support for the O.R.Tambo award to Forbes Burnham, and expressing our concern that they have allowed ...Read More »
The IMF’s Caribbean Report: A Critique by Ronald Ramkissoon Ph.D. Senior Economist, Republic Bank Ltd.
The recent International Monetary Fund (IMF) Report on the Caribbean titled Caribbean Small States: Challenges of High Debt and Low Growth (February 20, 2013) deserves particular attention for some of the things it says, and for some of the things it did not say. As is well known, Caribbean states, to varying degrees, are finding it extremely difficult to make ...Read More »
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by Dr. David Hinds Some people have questioned my participation and that of the WPA in the APNU. The answer is simple: The APNU represents an ideal that we have struggled for since our birth in 1974 and in the case of one of our leaders, Eusi Kwayana, since 1961. The idea of racial unity and reconciliation in the form ...Read More »
by Fitzgerald Yaw, Jr., Ottawa, Canada, November 9, 2011 The Nov 28, 2011 general election is critical to the direction of Guyana. The election is being held at a time of great challenge in the global economy. Guyana has not been as negatively impacted as some other countries by the instability in global markets because of its commodity based economy, ...Read More »