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Friday, July 3, 2020

“Police should also investigate Mingo’s proven fraud if GECOM Chair will have them check...

Dear Madam Chair, We have noted with deep concern a news report published in the Chronicle newspaper dated 23rd May 2020, in which it is...

LETTER: At least 9 more work stations needed to meet 25-day timeline

Dear Editor, There are 2339 ballot boxes to be counted. Approximately 93 boxes (2339/25) must be processed per day to complete the recount in 25...

LETTER: Sinister plot unfolding to discredit polling activities and to call for fresh elections

Dear Editor, When The Carter Center withdrew its electoral experts and international observers from Guyana, it pledged its commitment to promote democracy in Guyana and...

LETTER: Justice Singh, take down fraudulent Region 4 declarations from GECOM’s Website

Dear Editor, We cannot with any shred of good intentions or integrity - continue to keep the fraudulent declarations made by Mr. Clairmont Mingo for...

LETTER: Riggers of 2020 elections leeching our soul like modern-day vampires

Dear Editor, The 26th of May is our nation’s Independence Day, and Guyanese are finding out that independence much like democracy, once won, must be...

LETTER: APNU/AFC’s plan is to raise as many ‘discrepancies’ to create confusion and discredit...

Dear Editor: The absurdity of the recount order is even more pronounced. It is obvious that a semi-audit is in process, in conjunction with a...

An open letter to the Int’l Community to remain present for duration of recount

The March 2 elections can be easily concluded by completing the tabulation of the Region Four SoPs, which will take less than 24 hours....

Honest declaration of elections results would open the door to rebuilding trust – Samuel...

Letter by Samuel Hinds, Former Prime Minister and former President Mid-May 2015, a day or two after the declaration of our May 11, 2015 General Elections,...

LETTER: GECOM Chair must explain reasons for voting against transparency measures for recount

Dear Editor, The Prime Minister of Barbados, on March 17, in recalling the high-level Caricom team she sent to provide oversight for the recount of...

LETTER: Some businesses taking advantage of health crisis to increase prices

Dear Editor, It is always despicable to know that in some countries where disasters such as hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunamis, and/or any kind of pandemics strike,...

Recent Articles

Lowenfield slapped with 3rd private criminal charge

Chief Elections Officer Keith Lowenfield has been slapped with yet another private criminal charge for fraud. Two private criminal charges were filed against Lowenfield for...

Suspect in Agricola fatal shooting nabbed, confesses to crime

The man who was fingered in the shooting to death of 27-year-old Tyron Duesberry on June 22, 2020, whilst he was searching for party...

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UN urges all to refrain from acts, remarks that could incite racial hostility

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‘I have every confidence in recount’ – CARICOM Secretary General

Secretary General of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Ambassador Irwin LaRocque says he has "every confidence" in the work conducted by the high-level CARICOM delegation...

Private Sector bemoans that COVID-19 Task Force not functioning as expected

The Private Sector Commission (PSC) has once again expressed concerns that the COVID-19 Task Force - which comprises of caretaker ministers - is not...

Charges against PPP/C’s “pro-democracy” protesters withdrawn

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GTA, THAG receive int’l funding to tackle wildlife trafficking

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Caribbean scholars join mounting calls for Granger to concede defeat

Respected Caribbean scholars and practitioners; W. Andy Knight and Winston Dookeran, on Friday, joined the mounting calls for Guyana’s President David Granger, Leader of...

Bandits storm Western Union outlet, pharmacy at Little Diamond

Four armed bandits on Wednesday pounced upon a Western Union outlet and a pharmacy located at Little Diamond, East Bank Demerara (EBD). During the ordeal,...