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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

EYEWITNESS: Klepto State…

…metastasises into gambling If it’s another day in Guyana ,then it has to be another bit of thiefin’ – by one or another Government agency...

EYEWITNESS: Commemorating…

…Burnham’s death For an administration whose leader, David Granger — not so coincidentally, also leader of the PNC — has vowed to complete the legacy of...

EYEWITNESS: As the world turns…

…some can stop it No…no…no! Your Eyewitness isn’t getting into that biblical morass as to whether God did in fact stop the Sun on the...

EYEWITNESS: Controlling…

…Trinidad The Trinis are all outraged by the remark – on international TV – of Mario Sabgda-Aboud that his “ethnic group”, the “Lebanese-Syrians”, actually are...

Guyana in 2015 – Continuity and Change

By The Piper 2015 saw some real changes, many of them good; others still to prove their worth over time. Some things have continued, the...

EYEWITNESS: Can’t touch this…

…King! Why is it your Eyewitness isn’t the least bit surprised Royston King wasn’t censured by the City Council on Sherod Duncan’s motion?? Is it...

EYEWITNESS: Relooking…

…at Teachers’ salaries Now that the Teachers Union has threatened to strike, the PNC-led Government has scurried to placate them! Minister Henry says as far...

EYEWITNESS: The plot thickens…

…on elections rigging It looks like folks are finally listening to your (barefoot) Eyewitness crying in the wilderness (so it seemed!) about the ground being...

THE PIPER: One Year Later

One year has elapsed since the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) declared the APNU/AFC Coalition the winner of the 2016 General Elections and they formed...

EYEWITNESS: No accident this…

…on prison breakout After being briefed by his Minister of Public Security, his Prime Minister, his Minister of Public Infrastructure, and assorted prison bigwigs while examining...

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