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Sunday, May 26, 2019

EYEWITNESS: Don’t look over…

…Executive’s shoulder In a rather extraordinary statement, President David Granger reacted to the CJ's judgment on the GECOM Chair’s appointment thusly: “I will continue to...

EYEWITNESS: Time compression…

…by Government The PNC-led APNU/AFC coalition spent millions of taxpayers’ dollars producing a 16-page insert in the Chronic “celebrating” their two-year stint at the helm...

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: Fit and able…

…but not proper? For a party that some say is down to six (old) men inside Guyana and probably five outside, the WPA continues to...

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: The Judicial process…

…and the Venez border controversy At long last – about the same number of years we’ve been independent, actually – things may finally become quiet...

EYEWITNESS: Circling the wagons…

…for “our” people The WPA weighed in on Pressie’s unilateral appointment of Justice James Patterson as GECOM’s chairman. Your Eyewitness hoped, in the interest of...

EYEWITNESS: Troubled by…

…Gas pains Seems there’s no end to the troubles Trotman inflicted, not just on Guyana, but on even his Cabinet colleagues — with his bumbling...

EYEWITNESS: Another…

…PNC/AFC democratic breach? It’s a fact of life that in the elections season, incumbent governments will try to get away with slipping in some campaigning...

EYEWITNESS: Hearts…

…bleeding for killers Did you, dear reader, know yesterday, was “World Day against death penalty”. Yep!! There’s a day for that also. Well if the...

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