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Friday, August 23, 2019

EYEWITNESS: Why spunks…

…towards the US? Well…well…well! Guyana voted against the US (and Trump) on that country’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. In case you’d...

EYEWITNESS: Equal opportunity…

…screwing of GUYSUCO employees Guysuco was the inheritor of the institution that introduced the rigid hierarchical structure of Guyanese society. In the beginning was the...

EYEWITNESS: Settling ambiguities…

…in “ancestral” lands Well, your Eyewitness is happy the CoI into African “ancestral lands” has finally started its work. For the longest while, there was...

EYEWITNESS: Meltdown…

…in Venezuela If there was any doubt that Venezuela’s meltdown had reached a point of no-return, it was put to rest by the US Congressional...

EYEWITNESS: Shooting down…

…oil gambit From the moment Raphael Trotman floated the notion of an oil refinery for Guyana — and then hired an “expert,” back in January,...

EYEWITNESS: Fixing…

…or spinning wheels on Third Force There seems to be an effort to jump-start another “Third Force” in Guyana today; and former Speaker Ralph Ramkarran...

EYEWITNESS: Blame game…

…by Nagamootoo on sugar workers Just when you thought the drama over Volda Lawrence’s frank avowal of her government’s “PNC-only employment policy” would be dominating...

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...

EYEWITNESS: Diversification…

…in agriculture Once again, your Eyewitness isn’t quite sure why so many persons have their drawers in a knot over the “policies” of the Government....

EYEWITNESS: The occasion…

…not the cause Burnham had a penchant for flaunting his “erudition” – which mostly centred on the studied phrases he’d drop in conversations and speeches....

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