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Thursday, July 18, 2019

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: Changing…

…the Constitution A Constitution basically describes how the powers of the state’s gonna be distributed in the institutions of the country. So, dear reader, whenever...

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: Nuff respect…

… to the Rastafari Your Eyewitness is very pleased President Granger will be addressing the “National Rastafari Unity for Recognition, Justice and Development” Conference at...

EYEWITNESS: Tall tales…

…and integrity If there was anything to that Pinocchio story, PM Moses Nagamootoo’s nose should be reaching further than his outstretched hands by now when...

EYEWITNESS: Unity…

…in coalitions? The meeting between Prezzie and the WPA might’ve been precipitated by the demotion of the latter group’s co-leader, but it seems that the...

EYEWITNESS: PNC-style politics…

…in coalition Your Eyewitness wonders why the WPA veterans are surprised by the short shrift they’ve been given by Prezzie and the rest of 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: Martyrs…

…for the people Very few people go out there “courting martyrdom”. But those who try to do the right thing and are killed by those...

EYEWITNESS: The law…

…is NOT an ass Today, the Chancellor (ag) of the Judiciary will offer the Judiciary’s interpretation of Art 161 (2) as to who’s qualified to...

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