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Thursday, July 18, 2019

EYEWITNESS: Empty vessels…

…in Government They do say empty vessels make the most sound. And from the strident cacophony being made by this government about their “accomplishments”, there’s...

EYEWITNESS: Govt…

…on a fuel’s errand Trotman’s is on his ‘schupidness” – again! – about building an oil refinery in Guyana. From the word “go” your humble...

EYEWITNESS: Waiting to exhale…

…on Local Government Commission The PNC-led APNU/AFC Government scraped the bottom of the barrel to come up with “125 accomplishments” during their first two years...

EYEWITNESS: Changes…

…in class perspective The PPP was first “abashedly” a Marxist party. But after playing ducks and drakes on the subject with US President John F....

EYEWITNESS: Changes…

…on Independence observation? Your Eyewitness is pleased the Opposition’s finally accepted they have a duty to ensure Guyana knows everything isn’t hunky-dory in the State...

EYEWITNESS: Getting wood…

…in sugar Now, some of you, dear readers, may be starting to think your normally equipped Eyewitness is going a bit overboard about the sugar...

EYEWITNESS: Independence…

…in Guyana For most of the PNC’s first go at running things in Guyana, they didn’t “big up” “Independence” much; Republic Day was their thing,...

EYEWITNESS: Blackmail…

…on Uitvlugt “Uitvlugt” used to be one of the “hard words” used by teachers of yore to torture kids in primary school with “Spelling”.  If...

EYEWITNESS: Pappy show…

… on CoI’s Your Eyewitness has to give a “hat tip” to EB John for critiquing the pappy show the Government’s been putting on the...

EYEWITNESS: Lawlessness..

…in Legal Affairs Here we go again. Just last week, we had Basil Williams’ “contempt of court” - occasioned by his “despicable conduct” according to...

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