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Friday, November 15, 2019

EYEWITNESS: Amnesia…

…on security breakdown Receiving yet another report from the British on a security plan for Guyana, President Granger claimed, “We passed through nearly 20 years of...

EYEWITNESS: Remembering…

…fallen Police The Minister of Public Security, Khemraj Ramjattan, and the Commissioner of Police (ag), David Ramnarine, spoke at the annual ceremony “honouring” Policemen killed...

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: NO…

…review of Exxon Contract President Granger has announced that there’s no prospect for a “review” of the Exxon contract…but it’s “before Cabinet and it depends...

EYEWITNESS: Barking up…

…the wrong (money) tree There’s a very wise saying attributed to Sherlock Holmes by his creator Conan-Doyle: “When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains,...

EYEWITNESS: Missing the point…

…and the boat on judiciary Here we go again! Gridlock! This time it’s on the appointment of the Chancellor and Chief Justice – the two...

EYEWITNESS: Man with a plan…

…at GPHell? Maybe your Eyewitness doesn’t get around as much as he ought to. In this season of discontent – not to mention gnashing of...

EYEWITNESS: Searching for…

…the PNC’s fulcrum Well, it’s now out in the open…Basil Williams is being challenged for the Chairmanship of the PNC by Joseph Harmon. Of course,...

EYEWITNESS: Another take…

…on labour Lincoln Lewis of the Trade Union Congress (TUC) is quite miffed that the PNC-led Government wouldn’t even give “Labour” the courtesy of having...

EYEWITNESS: Mystery…

…in sugar? The Government boasted that sugar workers have nothing to worry about their future, since some 70 companies have submitted bids for the four...

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