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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Cabinet to deliberate on allegations of misconduct against AG

Director General of the Ministry of the Presidency, Joseph Harmon, has indicated that Cabinet will be looking into allegations of misconduct against Attorney General...

Govt paid for ministers to attend CCJ hearings

Even though they had no direct or significant purpose to the issues, six ministers were approved by Cabinet to attend hearings of the no-confidence...

President announces plans to reshuffle Permanent Secretaries

With the possibility of elections looming, President David Granger has nonetheless hinted at more changes within his various ministries. He was at the time answering...

APNU REO walks out of RDC meeting after criticisms by AFC Councillor

The Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) Regional Democratic Council (RDC) statutory meeting came to an abrupt end when Regional Executive Officer (REO) Dennis Jaikarran walked out...

Dr Roopnaraine, Gaskin retained by Govt

The Government of Guyana has created new positions for former ministers Dominic Gaskin and Dr Rupert Roopnaraine. They join their other two colleagues, Joseph Harmon...

Basil Williams creating fear with “unrest” prediction

President of the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI), Nicholas Boyer believes that the recent comment about possible unrest if the Caribbean Court...

Govt gets F grade on ‘accomplishments’, corruption fight – MP

Four-year APNU/AFC anniversary …cites four-year record of unaddressed scandals With the coalition Government giving itself a pat on the back for its accomplishments over the past...

“How can a Govt fall on a vote of confidence if nobody can cross...

Senior Counsel Neil Boston fumbled to argue his case that former parliamentarian Charrandas Persaud had no right to vote against his government when the...

Govt must follow letter, spirit of Constitution if court rules against it – CCJ...

As the actions of Guyana’s Judiciary and the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) were discussed at the Caribbean Court of Justice on Thursday, the court...

Granger should have given reasons for rejecting GECOM nominees – CCJ hears

The hearing into the unilateral appointment of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Chairman began with lawyers arguing that President David Granger must explain his...

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President Granger says he accepts CCJ ruling, but still wants House-to-House registration

President David Granger says his government will accept the ruling of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) in relation to the no-confidence motion related...

CCJ RULINGS: 33 is the majority of 65

The Caribbean Court of Justice has thrown out government's submission that a majority of 65 is 34. President Justice Adrian Saunders noted that a majority...

Berbice man stabbed to death during brawl; suspect arrested

A man who had been expecting his first child later this year was on Sunday evening stabbed to death during a brawl at a...

Two more confess to killing Perry Mars …remaining 2 to face trial

Following in the footsteps of 18-year-old Naomi Adams, who recently admitted to the unlawful killing of Pariedeau Mars, called “Perry”, in 2016, 20-year-old Nikkisha...

CCJ RULINGS: Nothing in the Constitution prevents MPs from voting against their List –...

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) this morning rejected arguments that former Government MP  Charandass Persaud was constrained from voting against his list. President...

CCJ RULINGS: No-Confidence Motion was validly passed

The No-Confidence Motion against the coalition government was validly passed in the National Assembly on the evening of December 21, 2018, the Caribbean Court...

CCJ RULINGS: GECOM Chair was appointed in breach of the Guyana Constitution

The Caribbean Court of Justice has pronounced that Justice James Patterson was appointed as Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission through a flawed process...

Taxi driver found dead next to submerged car

The body of a Corentyne taxi driver was on Monday pulled out of the Lesbeholden Canal, Black Bush Polder, Berbice. Lynsey Grant, 39, of Adventure...

Mining firm aims to create 250 jobs in Berbice

The Metallica Mining Company has promised to create up to 250 jobs in Berbice when it starts to process bauxite at the old bauxite...

Linden schoolgirl died from blunt trauma to head – autopsy

An autopsy performed on the body of 10-year-old June Alexander, who succumbed following a fall at her school proved that she died as a...