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Jagdeo questions if AFC’s partisan comments represents the new approach of Coalition gov’t to border controversy

The political Opposition is currently looking to see if the Guyana/Venezuela border controversy will now become a partisan issue, according to Opposition Leader, Dr Bharrat Jagdeo, who noted today that he was appalled at the comments by the Alliance For Change (AFC), which were published by the Kaieteur News on …

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Granger put on blast for ‘PR’ stunt, Jagdeo says he is willing to continue engagements on appointments of Chancellor and Chief Justice

The narrative from the Ministry of the Presidency regarding claims of a “no show” at a meeting, on the substantive appointment of a Chancellor and Chief Justice, between President Granger and Opposition Leader, Bharrat Jagdeo, has been slammed as an attempt to score cheap political points.

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Gov’t made no attempt to answer pressing questions on future of oil and gas industry at GIPEX 2018 – Jagdeo

The Guyana International Petroleum Exhibition (GIPEX) 2018 has come up short with respect to providing clarity to potential investors, according to Opposition Leader, Dr Bharrat Jagdeo. “We need clarity on the architecture for the management of the industry…one that will allow investors of have a predictable framework within which to …

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Granger distances himself from his own Advisor, Opposition’s questions on ExxonMobil contract remain unanswered

“When your own Advisor starts saying that the contract is bad, something is wrong,” declared Opposition Leader, Dr Bharrat Jagdeo, today at a news conference held at his Church Street office. He quipped that when subject Minister, Raphael Trotman, “starts quoting scriptures, you know he is in trouble” and made …

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