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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Granger against establishment of proposed media monitoring unit by PPP

By Kurt Campbell - Opposition Leader David Granger has expressed his non-support for the establishment of a body to regulate and monitor the local...

Ganga Persaud’s lie exposed by GECOM

- The Local Government Minister on Friday October 11 gave a conflicting response as to who is really responsible for calling the local...

OAS Corruption team rejects AFC’s Dossier on NDIA, NCN

– The team that visited Guyana from the Organisation of American States (OAS) rejected a dossier complied by the Alliance for Change (AFC),...

APNU has no intention to bring no confidence motion against Gov’t – Granger

– Leader of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) David Granger has made it clear that the party has no intention of placing...

Nagamootoo has “let the cat out the bag” on strategies against Govt. – PPP

- The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) has dismissed as reckless and irresponsible threats by Alliance (AFC) for Change Member of Parliament Moses Nagamootoo,...

PPP wants oversight body for the media; GPA says not so fast

By Kurt Campbell - The incumbent People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPP/C) has signaled its intention to lobby the executive to have an oversight body...

PPP/C focused on regaining majority at next election

By Kurt Campbell - Following two days of rallies to mark its 21st anniversary in Government, it is now clear that the People's Progressive...

APNU, AFC against all development projects; Ramjattan should resign – Former President

- The Alliance for Change (AFC) is against the construction of the Marriot Hotel Project simply because the owner of the Pegaus Hotel...

Gov’t will not establish Procurement Commission unless Cabinet gets ‘no objection’ power – Ramotar

By Kurt Campbell - President Donald Ramotar has made it pellucid to the political opposition and his own supporters that his Government will not...

Opposition could bring down Gov’t anytime; be ready for elections – Jagdeo tells PPP...

– As the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) celebrated 21 years in power on Saturday October 5 in Tain, Berbice Region Six, Former President...

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