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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Jagdeo, Rohee and Ramotar: Who is in charge of the PPP?

By The Piper By now you may have forgotten the uproar over the 2 a.m. redline that Public Security Minister, Khemraj Ramjattan instituted. The imposition...

EYEWITNESS: Empty rhetoric…

…on rural women Yesterday was International Women’s Day and as usual the international coordinators came up with a theme for the year: “Time is Now:...

EYEWITNESS: Shafted again…

…on oil royalties So, finally, we have some details on how we’re to be raped in regard to the oil revenues from ExxonMobil through the...

EYEWITNESS: Oily weaselling…

…in Parliament Harry Truman was one US President who prided himself for being plain spoken. After his meltdown in Parliament Thursday night, Raphael Trotman could...

EYEWITNESS: Do fuh do…

…on criminal charges After futzing around with two years of throwing shade at the PPP, after the highly publicised “audits” were conducted by one Goolsarran,...

EYEWITNESS: Coalitions…

…and AFC You readers would know your Eyewitness has some serious problems about how the AFC’s been dealing with its larger partner, APNU in the...

EYEWITNESS: How quickly…

…they forget Oct 5 Your Eyewitness deliberately played possum on October 5 to see what was going to be the coverage of probably the most...

EYEWITNESS: Eye pass…

…on new Demerara Harbour Bridge When will this confounded thiefin’ stop?? Your Eyewitness knows, dear reader, you’re scratching your head, wondering WHICH particular thiefin’ is...

EYEWITNESS: Sore points…

…about NYT report That NYT reporter certainly seems to’ve struck a raw nerve in some folks here with his story, “The $20 Billion question for...

EYEWITNESS: Call in the police…

…at GECOM GECOM’s been in the news, but for all the wrong reasons. To be fair, the contretemps over appointing its chair isn’t its fault....

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