Capitol News – TV News videos – 23 July 2013

Capitol News – TV News videos – 23 July 2013

  • Ramjattan walks out on Money Laundering Bill committee over President’s ‘terrorist’ description
  • Former Speaker Ralph Ramkarran points to a decade and a half row with the leadership of the PPP in an explosive letter to the press
  • Mother still seeks justice two years later after Muslim Scholar allegedly molested her four sons
  • Fire victims vow to stay the course despite the attempts to remove them
  • PSC addresses issue of whether or not Amaila Falls Hydro Project will produce sufficient energy

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Ramjattan walks out on Money Laundering Bill committee over President’s ‘terrorist’ description  Posted: 23 Jul 2013 04:47 PM PDT

President Donald Ramotar over the weekend had called the Opposition Parliamentarians who voted down the Hydro Amendment Bill and the Motion to up the guarantee to public corporations to $150 B as “terrorists”. AFC leader Khemraj Ramjattan said he found this most offensive and insulting. Ramjattan argued that since the Special Select Committee was working […] 
Former Speaker Ralph Ramkarran points to a decade and a half row with the leadership of the PPP in an explosive letter to the pressPosted: 23 Jul 2013 04:46 PM PDT

In an explosive letter to the press, Mr. Ralph Ramkarran pointed to a decade and a half row with the leadership of the PPP. He said that in 1997 after the death of party founder Dr. Cheddi Jagan, he, Ramkarran, was nominated to be the Presidential Candidate at the 1997 general elections. He said that […]
Mother still seeks justice two years later after Muslim Scholar allegedly molested her four sonsPosted: 23 Jul 2013 04:45 PM PDT

Justice is the cry of the mother of four boys who claimed to have been sexually molested by a Muslim scholar and Imam almost two years ago. She wants to see the court case involving her sons move along, saying the case continues to be delayed. The mother is holding out that given the serious […]
Fire victims vow to stay the course despite the attempts to remove themPosted: 23 Jul 2013 04:45 PM PDT

A defiant  Jacquelyn Soares speaking to Capitol News today at her Quamina Street home. Soares vowed not to give up on the place she called home for the last 37 years. She said repeated attempts were made to force her off the land. The woman said her property was also demanded by a businessman but […]
PSC addresses issue of whether or not Amaila Falls Hydro Project will produce sufficient energyPosted: 23 Jul 2013 04:44 PM PDT

The issue of whether or not the Amaila Falls Hydro project may be enough to meet this country’s ever-growing energy needs was addressed at a Private Sector Commission press conference recently. Officials of the Private Sector body acknowledged that the 105 megawatts the project is expected to deliver may not be enough for Guyana’s power […]
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