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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

The PNCR Congress and David Granger’s Leadership

By Ralph Ramkarran The PNCR Congress is always an interesting time for political observers, not least because in recent times there has always been a...

Letter: Political and judicial hyperbolic-ism

Dear Editor, The consequences of political and judicial hyperbolic-ism are of significance in Guyana now over seven decades which impacted freedom of independence, thereafter which...

Co-opetition – A Must For Passing of Anti Money Laundering Law

-        Who is Opposition Parliamentarians Protecting? -        National Focus requires Co-opetition Dr. Peter R. Ramsaroop, MBA Chairman, Vision Guyana  Introduction: Co-opetition is a term we used in the business...

Nandlall issues response to President Granger on Duncan matter

(Following is a response to President David Granger issued this morning by former Attorney General Anil Nandlall with regard to the Carvil Duncan matter) Many...

It is Cavalier to have “Collateral Damage” in a national budget

Dear Editor, I write with concern and frustration regarding the outcome of the 2014 Budget deliberations in the National Assembly. At the outset, I wish...

Political parties extend Phagwah greetings to all Guyanese

 - Political parties have extended Phagwah greetings to all Guyanese, especially the Hindu Community. The People's Progressive Party (PPP) in a statement noted that...

Venezuela’s outrageous claims to Guyana – Sir Shridath touts juridical resolution

The signing of the Geneva Agreement was the only available option of resolving peacefully, the conflict of Venezuela’s outrageous claims to Guyana. Sir Shridath...

GFC slams media articles on Annual Report

 Dear Editor, In an effort to continue its diatribe of the forestry sector and its prejudicial attack on foreign investment, some of the newspapers having...

THE PIPER: Revisionist history

There was high drama last Thursday night when President David Granger addressed the National Assembly - constituting it as the 'Parliament' - and the...

Op-Ed: The Waste of Our Human Capital

(The following is an opinion piece written by former President Donald Ramotar) For some time now, maybe since the 1960s, social scientists have concluded that...

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