Capitol News – TV video Reports – June 26, 2013

Capitol News  to June 26,2013

  • Relatives of Linden unrest victims receive compensation awarded by Commission of Inquiry – 26th Jun 2013
  • Western Nations and key business, civil society leaders call for legislative push towards local Gov’t Polls – 26th Jun 2013
  • New Book raises Alien Smuggling and other issues – 26th Jun 2013
  • Protest over wages and salaries continues at the University of Guyana – 26th Jun 2013
  • Bad roads, garbage pile up and poor facilities affect stallholders at East La Penitence Market – 26th Jun 2013
  • GCCI launches Competitiveness Manifesto highlighting barriers that affect companies – 26th Jun 2013
  • West Indies to battle with Sri Lanka in the first match of the upcoming Tri-Series – 26th Jun 2013

View Capitol News TV reports below:   

Relatives of Linden unrest victims receive compensation awarded by Commission of Inquiry – 26th Jun 2013Posted: 26 Jun 2013 06:49 PM PDT

The families of the victims of the Linden unrest today signed to accept the compensation offered by the Government. The incident happened last year where three persons lost their lives. But the families intend to go down the legal road since they believe the settlement was inadequate. The payment was based on the recommendations of […]
Western Nations and key business, civil society leaders call for legislative push towards local Gov’t Polls – 26th Jun 2013Posted: 26 Jun 2013 06:42 PM PDT

The Parliamentary Select Committee on Local Government has finally fine-tuned the four bills, which the diplomats and local business and civil society leaders say are necessary to establish a more modern and effective system of local governance. They want the Bills passed before the upcoming annual Parliamentary recess, which lasts for two months beginning August […]
New Book raises Alien Smuggling and other issues – 26th Jun 2013Posted: 26 Jun 2013 06:38 PM PDT

Even as a new book is hitting the bookshelves in parts of the US and Guyana on the Thomas Carroll Visa racket of over a decade ago, there are reports that investigations are ongoing with regard to another racket involving Guyanese. Federal agents have been in and out of Guyana over the last year, looking […]
 
Protest over wages and salaries continues at the University of Guyana – 26th Jun 2013Posted: 26 Jun 2013 06:31 PM PDT

Bad roads, garbage pile up and poor facilities affect stallholders at East La Penitence Market – 26th Jun 2013Posted: 26 Jun 2013 06:27 PM PDT

This is the entrance to the East La Penitence Market and it is beginning to look like a dump site, much to the dismay of stallholders. In addition to that problem, the stallholders told this Newscast that they are struggling to attract customers due to the deplorable state of the roads, the poor drainage around […]
GCCI launches Competitiveness Manifesto highlighting barriers that affect companies – 26th Jun 2013Posted: 26 Jun 2013 06:24 PM PDT

Georgetown Chamber of Commerce & Industry’s President, Clinton Urling, said the Private Sector must identify key weaknesses in order to ensure local companies are globally competitive. On Thursday, the Chamber launched a competitiveness manifesto highlighting 20 barriers that are affecting companies. Ensuring political and economic stability is what the Georgetown Chamber sees as the number one barrier […]
West Indies to battle with Sri Lanka in the first match of the upcoming Tri-Series – 26th Jun 2013Posted: 26 Jun 2013 06:19 PM PDT

West Indies’ Head coach, Otis Gibson, hopes that his team could do better in the upcoming Celkon Tri-Series this weekend, after a disappointing finish in the recent ICC Trophy in England. The Dwayne Bravo-led team will clash with Sri Lanka in the first match of the series on Friday In Kingston, Jamaica. Coach Gibson said that […]
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Comments

  • de castro  On 06/28/2013 at 8:41 am

    Money can never compensate the loss of a life or loved ones…..but it does
    help….prosecution of the persons that instructed or responsible for
    the “slaughter” does also compensate….the sooner the better.

    My sincere apologies to the grieved and one from the PM or President
    is welcomed.
    Kamptan

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