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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

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...

EYEWITNESS: Degutting…

…Parliamentary Democracy Parliamentary democracies function as “democracies” only if those in power observe the rules and conventions of the game. And it IS game, isn’t...

EYEWITNESS: Foot in mouth disease…

…and Ramjattan Some people just don’t know when to shut up. Or maybe they’re so desperate to ingratiate themselves with the powerful, they just can’t...

Making hay…

…while darkness falls There was a very revealing exposé of the mindset of this government illustrated by the actions of their chosen “friends and PNC...

EYEWITNESS: Revelations…

…on PNC Budget In light of the PNC chair’s frank admission of her party’s criterion for hiring (and presumably) perks – having a PNC membership card...

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