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Tuesday, February 19, 2019

EYEWITNESS: Where angels fear to tread…

…Jordan rushes in Your Eyewitness wouldn’t be so het up if Finance Minister Winston Jordan wanted to play Russian Roulette…Hey! Maybe he gets off with...

EYEWITNESS: Constitutional…

…desuetude Your Eyewitness was intrigued by the tail end of yesterday’s editorial in the Guyana Times newspaper, which dealt with the Government’s claim that Charandass...

EYEWITNESS: Unchartered territory…

…after no-confidence affirmed What to do now that the Speaker has refused to reverse his ruling that 33 votes constitute a majority in a 65-member...

EYEWITNESS: Hope for the best…

…but prepare for the worse Well…here we are, on the third day of the New Year. Yep! Time sure does fly when you’re recovering from...

EYEWITNESS: Making…

…the law an ass In 2011, the PPP garnered a plurality of the votes – that is, more than either the PNC or the AFC...

EYEWITNESS: New…

…parties Jagdeo’s success with his no-confidence gambit succeeded in throwing out the PNC-led coalition Government – that we know. Don’t worry about all that flailing...

EYEWITNESS: Crossed wires…

…by coalition Jagdeo’s No-confidence Motion against the Government, which will be debated this afternoon, has really made the parties in the PNC-led coalition bassidy. They’re...

EYEWITNESS: Defending…

…the indefensible Govt record With the spectre of the PPP’s no-confidence motion looming in front of the PNC-led Government, their desperation is ballooning into gargantuan...

EYEWITNESS: Turned tables…

…at GuySuCo The tables have been turned at GuySuCo and, (to mix a metaphor) how low have the mighty fallen!! You could’ve knocked your Eyewitness...

EYEWITNESS: Looking back…

…at Gajraj News of the passing of former Home Affairs Minister Ronald Gajraj came as a surprise to most. He was comparatively young – just...

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