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Wednesday, July 24, 2019

OPINION: THE CCJ’s IMPENDING RULINGS

By: Mohabir Anil Nandlall, MP  Attorney-at-Law On Tuesday, June 18, 2019, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) will deliver landmark rulings in the appeals emanating from...

EYEWITNESS: Doppelganger…

…of Ghana In addition to our similar-sounding name, we’ve got so many things in common with Ghana – whose President is visiting – you’d think...

OPINION: The two sides of auditing: Internal and External

BY JOHN M. SEERAM May is designated International Internal Auditing month by the Institute of Internal Auditing – Global (IIAG), of which the Guyana Chapter is...

OPINION: Another Court battle looms to rescue the hapless rice farmers of Region 5

(The following is an opinion piece written by Mr. Anil Nandlall, a former Attorney General of Guyana) The struggles of the sugar workers since May...

OPINION: APNU+AFC seems determined to end sugar in Guyana

By Dr Leslie Ramsammy Just before the May 2015 General Elections, I warned that the Granger-led APNU+AFC had a sinister plan to close the sugar...

Opinion: Guyana now firmly on path for an illegal government

By Dr. Leslie Ramsammy In just about two weeks, Guyana becomes a dictatorship. The President and APNU+AFC are sinisterly eager to be a dictator President...

OPINION: Rejected rice again; this time in Jamaica; no one is held accountable

By Dr. Leslie Ramsammy Just about three months after the Panama fiasco, news of another rejected batch of exported rice - this time in Jamaica -...

Op-Ed: No confidence in the public health sector

Below is an opinion piece done by Dr Leslie Ramsammy a former Minister of Health under the People's Progressive Party Administration; When it comes to...

Op-Ed: Putting a legal opinion to rest

Below is an opinion piece done by prominent Attorney-at-Law, Member of Parliament and former Attorney General Anil Nandlall: There is a legal opinion making the...

Op-Ed: No-confidence motion is about Govt’s performance

Below is an opinion piece done by former Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs Anil Nandlall: On the 21st of December 2018, Guyana’s National...

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