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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

EYEWITNESS: Rearguard actions…

…to cling to power Your Eyewitness isn’t one to say, “I told you so”! Especially when what he told you it was as obvious as...

EYEWITNESS: Waiting to exhale…

…on “no confidence” elections Over in Britain, Theresa May lost the parliamentary vote on the treaty she’d negotiated to exit the EU (“Brexit”) by a...

EYEWITNESS: Democracy…

…and blood It’s said that “blood is thicker than water”. And this bit of folk wisdom was certainly reaffirmed when James McAllister, an old PNC...

EYEWITNESS: What…

…“constitutional crisis”?? Your Eyewitness has noted with more than a little consternation that some commentators are talking about a “constitutional crisis” in Guyana, after the...

EYEWITNESS: New…

…parties in Guyana One of the founders of ANUG – A New and United Guyana – (to be launched this week) commented in his blog...

EYEWITNESS: Subverting…

…Article 106 (6) The “Joint Communiqué” from the meeting between the President and the Opposition Leader was finally released late Thursday. Your Eyewitness wasn’t surprised that...

EYEWITNESS: After…

…THE meeting All across Guyana, there was a pregnant pause in the national pulse as Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo met President David Granger yesterday to...

EYEWITNESS: Still going strong…

…PNC’s Aapan Jhaat While “voting for your own” is a constant in every divided society – be it along religious, cultural, race, colour, ethnicity, whatever...

EYEWITNESS: Where angels fear to tread…

…Jordan rushes in Your Eyewitness wouldn’t be so het up if Finance Minister Winston Jordan wanted to play Russian Roulette…Hey! Maybe he gets off with...

EYEWITNESS: Constitutional…

…desuetude Your Eyewitness was intrigued by the tail end of yesterday’s editorial in the Guyana Times newspaper, which dealt with the Government’s claim that Charandass...

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