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Friday, November 15, 2019

OPINION: Eyewitness

Who says… ...PNC shouldn’t be pressured? Caretaker “Minister” of Foreign Affairs, Dr Karen Cummings just returned from the UN General Assembly where she represented caretaker “President”...

OPINION: EYEWITNESS – This confounded nonsense…

…on elections date “Now you see it; now you don’t!” That, of course, is the spiel of the card players on the hustle at the...

OPINION: Eyewitness

Piercing …the constitutional crisis The Constitution of a country is supposed to address its political questions – those that have to do ultimately with power,...

OPINION: EYEWITNESS: False…

…equivalence One of the most insidious (and annoying) behaviour that pops up with great regularity as the political climate heats up is some folks wallowing...

OPINION: DEMOCRACY: a tale of two nations

By Mohabir Anil Nandlall, MP Attorney-at-Law While Guyanese are battling to force an errant Government to comply with crystally clear language of their Constitution, their...

OPINION: EYEWITNESS: Bridge…

…ahoy!! Once again, our claim to fame as having “the longest floating bridge in the world” has been knocked for a loop after it was...

OPINION: Eyewitness: Clueless

…on energy Head of the Department of Energy (DoE), Dr Mark Bynoe, addressed a Christian Men’s gathering over the weekend, and summarily dismissed the idea...

Opinion: EYEWITNESS: The standard…

…is on show As you dear readers would know, your humble Eyewitness greatly admires the rule of law tradition, which the British bequeathed to us...

OPINION: EYEWITNESS

Promises… …and lies Ever since Walter Raleigh went up the Essequibo River in search of “El Dorado”, the city of gold, Guiana was sold as a...

OPINION: Eyewitness: The ambiguity continues…

…on elections The long-anticipated ruling by CJ Roxane George on the H2H Registration challenges was a bit of a downer to your Eyewitness. In trying...

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