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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

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...

EYEWITNESS: Missing the point…

…on Parliamentary protocols The Speaker and the Clerk – and a host of commentators — made a big stink about “the Protocols of Parliament” during...

EYEWITNESS: Back to the future…

…on PNC “party paramountcy” Ever since the PNC-led coalition began to govern in 2015, it quickly became apparent to your Eyewitness that they seemed determined...

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