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Moses greeted with protest in Berbice


Yesterday, Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo, performing the functions of President, was greeted with protest as he visited the Corentyne Comprehensive Secondary School to deliver the feature address for a graduation ceremony.

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Mass irregularities unearthed in $300M ‘Restore Georgetown’ project


The $300M ‘Restore Georgetown’ project was riddled with major irregularities, and a lack of accountability and transparency regarding the finances – according to the Auditor General Report 2016.

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Harmon secretly removed as Cabinet Secretary

Anil Harm

Minister of State, Joseph Harmon was secretly removed from his post as Cabinet Secretary after being called out about its unconstitutionality by Dr Roger Luncheon.

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Jagdeo to inquire about US $20M signing bonus with ExxonMobil

Jagdeo Presser

Leader of the Opposition, Mr. Bharrat Jagdeo intends to confront United States Oil Giant, ExxonMobil to determine whether indeed the APNU/AFC administration received a US$20M signing bonus from the entity. “When I meet them (ExxonMobil) I will ask,” Jagdeo told media operatives in a conference at his office on Wednesday.

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Protesters calls for Mayor and Town Clerk’s resignations


“The Mayor and Town Clerk should be arrested! They should be forced to resign!” Those were the words by a group of protesters who stood in front of City Hall on Thursday claiming that the Mayor, Patricia Chase-Green and Town Clerk, Royston King participated in an act to “cover up” ...

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Gov’t began using Sussex drug bond two months


Larry London has been receiving millions of dollars in rent from the government for the Sussex Street drug bond long before the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) started to use the controversial facility.

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False CV entry alone should be enough to request Patterson’s resignation


Leader of the Opposition, Mr. Bharrat Jagdeo asserted today that the omission of “acting” from the Curriculum Vitae of the unilaterally appointed Justice James Patterson for the post of the new Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Chairman is enough to have him resign. 

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Jagdeo to take GECOM issue global  

Jagdeo Press

Leader of the Opposition, Mr. Bharrat Jagdeo will be traveling around the world to raise his concerns about the unconstitutional and undemocratic controversial appointment of 84 – year old Justice James Patterson as the GECOM Chairman.

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“We will not be lectured by the PNC about civility in politics” – Jagdeo

Jagdeo Press (3)

Opposition Leader, Mr. Bharrat Jagdeo declared that the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) will not be lectured by the People’s National Congress (PNC) about civility in politics as he made a case to prove that the true “vulgarians” in Guyana are President David Granger and his “cabal”.

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Granger not exempt from protests over GECOM issue – Edghill


Amid talks that the move to protest the Head of State’s address to the Parliament was disrespectful, Opposition Member of Parliament Bishop Juan Edghill has made it clear that President David Granger is not exempt from facing the consequences of his decision.

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