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Letter: Discourse surrounding the unilateral appointment of the GECOM Chairman has moved swiftly into the gutter

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I am compelled by every decent fibre in my consciousness to express outrage, disbelief and utter frustration that the discourse which surrounds the unilateral appointment of the GECOM chairman by President David Granger would move so swiftly into the gutter.

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Letter: President’s unilateral appointment of the new GECOM Chairman in breach of three things

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The letter published in the Stabroek News on Friday, October 27, 2017, by Mr. Emile Mervin, under the caption ‘Opposition Leader once again seems determined to play the insecurities and fears game’, begs a response.

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Letter: Procurement process to identify the Contractor for the New Demerara River crossing flawed

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The PPP/C continues to express its grave concerns about the unfair and unhealthy developments as it relates to the procurement process to identify the Contractor for the New Demerara River crossing.

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Op-Ed: SWEARING IN PATTERSON IN THE DARKIES NIGHT OF THE YEAR IS AN OMINOUS SIGN

Former President, Donald Ramotar

On the night of October 19, 2017, Diwali night, the darkest night of the year, President Granger sworn in Mr. James Patterson as Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM). This act went against everything that President Granger said he was looking for in a person to chair GECOM. But ...

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Letter: Chronicle’s article ‘Nandlall caught lying’ is a classic exhibition of juvenile journalistic spinning

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I read with amusement, today’s Chronicle blazing headline, ‘Nandlall caught lying’. It is a classic exhibition of juvenile journalistic spinning. A singular statement is plucked out of an over 2000 words interview, which I did with the Stabroek News published yesterday (October 23, 2017) and that becomes the focus of ...

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Letter: Granger in a ‘tangled web’ with age talk

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The duplicity of David Granger-led APNU+AFC government has been exposed in the mixed messages coming from government officials, including Granger’s own actions.

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Letter: UNILATERAL APPOINTMENT OF GECOM’S CHAIR IS A CRIPPLING BLOW TO DEMOCRACY IN GUYANA

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The International Center for Democracy (ICD) notes with concern the move by His Excellency President David Granger to unilaterally appoint a Chairman to preside over the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), without prior consultation with the political Opposition and stakeholders.

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Letter: Statement from the Ministry of the Presidency is a blatant misrepresentation

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A statement released by the Ministry of the Presidency on Thursday (October 19, 2017) sought to explain the basis on which President David Granger moved to unilaterally appoint the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), in the person of retired Justice, James Patterson.

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Letter: President Granger has acted in breach of the Constitution

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President David Granger has acted in breach of the Constitution, in light of the ruling given by the Acting Chief Justice, Roxanne George, by unilaterally appointing a Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM). And the Guyanese people are also witness to his posture on adhering to constitutional provisions.

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Letter: Kaieteur News slammed for articles attempting to mislead the Guyanese people

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The Kaieteur News has sunk to a new low, taking its apologist behaviour, for the APNU+AFC government, further than even the skewed coverage being provided by the state-owned Guyana Chronicle, in its Friday, October 20, 2017, edition.

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