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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

EYEWITNESS: End game…

…for PNC’s subverting rule of law Your Eyewitness’ favourite lawyer is the 16th century Lord Chancellor, Sir Thomas More, who stood up to Henry VII and...

EYEWITNESS: Upside down…

…on justice One of the most sacred principles in the criminal justice system is the premise that a defendant is innocent until proven guilty. In...

EYEWITNESS: Sleeping…

…or bought out? Suddenly, Moses Nagamootoo thinks the time is ripe for “constitutional reform”!! Really?? With constitutional reform the main plank of the AFC for...

EYEWITNESS: Intriguing silence…

…from the diplomats on Govt intransigence The Opposition Leader had alerted the diplomatic community of the constitutional crisis the Government’s refusal to abide by Article...

EYEWITNESS: Politics…

…and racial discrimination Looks like Opposition Leader Jagdeo has had it with the PNC-led Government and its partisans branding him and the PPP as “anti-African”....

EYEWITNESS: Fighting for relevance…

…with the PNC Moses Nagamootoo is a pathetic excuse for a politician – even by the not exactly stratospheric standards of that profession!! Promised a...

EYEWITNESS: New politics…

…escapes PNC The PNC’s stuck in a time warp that has left it fossilised as far as politics of the 21st century is concerned. The time...

EYEWITNESS: Dragging their feet…

…but digging their grave It was a bit surprising the PNC’s still insisting the elections be dragged out – via their unilaterally appointed GECOM Chair,...

EYEWITNESS: Picking the right leader…

…for the job The PPP elected their presidential candidate through a procedure they’ve had for exactly fifty years: having their 35-member Central Committee vote by...

EYEWITNESS: The basis…

…corruption It’s rather rich for the PNC types to tag the PPP as being irredeemably corrupt when in only three years there have been more...

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