Capitol News – TV News videos – 29 July 2013

Capitol News – TV News videos – July 29, 2013

  • Election win far from the reach of the ruling party – PPP/C executive
  • IPI says it received no explicit commitment on the part of Gov’t to repeal country’s defamation laws
  • Boodhoo breaks silence about issues which caused the Elections Commission not to renew his contract
  • Prisoner found hanging in Camp Street Jail cell
  • Anxiety for users of Shell gasoline as the company awaits its supplies
  • Venue for Guyana Geology and Mines Commission anniversary celebrations upset employees
  • Heartbreak for Waramadong as Wismar/Christianburg crowned Digicel Schools Tourney champions

View TV News videos below:

Election win far from the reach of the ruling party – PPP/C executivePosted: 29 Jul 2013 05:19 PM PDT

Speaking ahead of Friday’s party congress, Chairman of the Congress Committee, Clement Rohee said, while he remains confident that the PPP/C can regain a Parliamentary majority in the future, he said if the elections are to be called NOW; the party stands no chance of taking control of the National Assembly. The party is heading […]  
IPI says it received no explicit commitment on the part of Gov’t to repeal country’s defamation lawsPosted: 29 Jul 2013 05:18 PM PDT

The International Press Institute sent a mission to Guyana earlier this year as part of a lobby to get Caribbean Governments, including Guyana, to repeal criminal defamation laws. The Institute said it did not receive a concrete commitment from the Government, but was satisfied that top officials generally agreed with its position on why repeal […]
Boodhoo breaks silence about issues which caused the Elections Commission not to renew his contractPosted: 29 Jul 2013 05:09 PM PDT

The main argument used to show Gocool Boodhoo the door was that his flawed mathematical calculation would have led to the PPP once again taking control of the National Assembly at the 2011 elections when in fact that is not what voters decided on. Boodhoo’s contract expired at the end of April and was not […]
Prisoner found hanging in Camp Street Jail cellPosted: 29 Jul 2013 04:42 PM PDT

According to the acting Director of Prisons Welton Trotz remanded prisoner Brian Blount was found hanging in a single cell at the Georgetown Prison just before midnight on Sunday. Trotz said Blount was charged for the Murder of Ernest Persaud at Old England in Linden last year and attended Court last week in Linden and […]
Anxiety for users of Shell gasoline as the company awaits its suppliesPosted: 29 Jul 2013 04:36 PM PDT

Speaking to Capitol News today, Sol Country Manager Orlando Boxill said they experienced an unexpected disruption from suppliers in Curacao and Trinidad. Boxill said the delay has exhausted its stock levels and all efforts are being made to ensure that adequate stocks are in place in the coming days. He disclosed that a vessel is […]
Venue for Guyana Geology and Mines Commission anniversary celebrations upset employeesPosted: 29 Jul 2013 04:29 PM PDT

Employees of the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission are upset about the decision by the Natural Resources Ministry to shift their 34th anniversary celebrations to the compound of the GGMC, rather than at the Princess Hotel. It all started with this letter according to John Applewaithe who is a senior Geologist and workers rep on the […]
Heartbreak for Waramadong as Wismar/Christianburg crowned Digicel Schools Tourney championsPosted: 29 Jul 2013 04:19 PM PDT
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