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Op-Ed: Wismar Bridge-another brewing controversy in Minister Patterson deceptive web

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The Hon. Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Petterson, continues to perpetuate and demonstrate conspicuously, a new level of mind-boggling deceptions and equivocations. These blatant lies inconsistencies as it relates to the new Demarara Harbor Bridge, and of recently the Wismar-Mackenzie Bridge, questions the motive of the minister.

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Letter: MP Harry Gill response to Jerrick Rutherford and Minister Anna Ally

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In his 1993 Budget speech, the Senior Minister of Finance, the Hon Asgar Ally described the hopelessness that the PPP inherited from the PNC after the 1992 general election, “The task we have inherited can be compared with that of a man who is required to climb a mountain with ...

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Op-Ed: ANOTHER MIND-BOGGLING APNU+AFC CORRUPTION

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This week another mind-boggling APNU+AFC corruption has been exposed. It is not hyperbole, but each new day exposes yet another shameless corruption.

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Letter: Setting the record straight

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It has become necessary to underscore the fact that a new trend seems to be developing, whereby persons wishing to etch their names in the public psyche latch onto a prominent individual in society, which, more often than not these days, is former president and current Opposition Leader, Bharrat Jagdeo ...

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Letter: Sugar Made Us Free

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Sugar cultivation was first introduced in Guyana around 1630’s when the Dutch ruled. By the second half of the 17th century it had rapidly expanded and over three and a half centuries, sugar played an important if not the most important role in our country’s economy. Overtime it became the ...

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Letter: Skeldon workers incensed by GuySuCo’s arrogance and haughtiness

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For the third consecutive day, cane cutters of Skeldon Estate took strike action as they protested the haughty and arrogant attitude of the Guyana Sugar Corporation Inc (GuySuCo).

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GECOM: DAMAGING GUYANA’S DEMOCRACY, INTEGRITY TEST NEEDED

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One of the most important institutions in our country is the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM). It has a great responsibility to not only hold free and fair elections, but it must also appear to be fair in the conduct of its business. In this regard it is one of the ...

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Lies of the Government exposed

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Members of a government in any society who blatantly practice the art of sophistry, where truth becomes collateral damage to expediency will always precipitate pre-conditions to eventual national catastrophe.

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The Public Procurement Commission: Can a member dissent?

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The Public Procurement Commission (PPC) has been in the news recently. It has surfaced that the Commission has completed its debut significant investigation/review. Expectedly, internal contentious issues have arisen. As a result, the Commission has embarked on a process of creating a regulatory framework to govern the way it conducts ...

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Letter: Lest we forget the Development Sabotage

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It seems like many moons ago that Guyana had its first minority government, as such is the intensity of living in Guyana over the past two and a half years.

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