Capitol News – TV News Videos – 26 Sep 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 26 Sep 2013

  • Credit Bureau soon to open.
  • St Roses Toronto Alumni refurbish court.
  • Equip The Police Force better -Opposition Leader Granger.
  • Set up proper Road-blocks: Police Commissioner.
  • AFC on Budget 2014 talks
  • Luncheon gives assurance that the employees of (GINA) would be paid.
  • OAS coming to check Corruption.
  • Furniture store Courts is on an expansion drive.
  • The Guyana Public Service Union wants to see rights respected by Gov’t.
  • The Office of Professional Responsibility has cleared police ranks of torture allegations.

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Credit Bureau soon to open.Posted: 26 Sep 2013 06:40 PM PDTIt will not be too long before consumers here will be in a better position to know what their credit scores are, as the country’s first Credit Rating Bureau begins operation in December.  Guyana’s Credit Info, Chief Executive Officer Judy Semple-Joseph said potential consumers need not worry when it comes to their personal financial information […]
St Roses Toronto Alumni refurbish court.Posted: 26 Sep 2013 06:17 PM PDTThe studies at the St Roses High are now able to have a number of sporting activities thanks to the refurbishing of their courts by the old students based in Toronto Canada. Patsy Russel of the Toronto Alumni said that the benefits are many for the Students. Russel was speaking there at a recent ceremony […]
Equip The Police Force better -Opposition Leader Granger.Posted: 26 Sep 2013 05:39 PM PDTOpposition leader David Granger believes that proper ministerial direction is needed to address the issue of Public Security. Granger told media personnel that public security has become a very serious issue over the last 13 years. He feels this is mainly because the PPP administration does not show any interest in reforming the Guyana Police […]
Set up proper Road-blocks: Police Commissioner.Posted: 26 Sep 2013 05:31 PM PDTPolice Road Blocks must be well structured and in addition to that commanders of the various divisions must give the necessary instructions for the holding of such roadblocks.  Commissioner of Police Leroy Brumell said recently that the roadblocks must have the necessary equipment, lighting, barriers and reflective vests. Brumell also had stern words for ranks […]
AFC on Budget 2014 talksPosted: 26 Sep 2013 05:25 PM PDTThe Alliance for Change (AFC) has signalled its readiness for talks with the government on the 2014 budget. AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan says his party does not want to start any confrontation with the government this time around. He said the tripartite engagement will begin once A Partnership for National Unity agrees to a date […]
 Luncheon gives assurance that the employees of (GINA) would be paid by the end of this week.Posted: 25 Sep 2013 05:34 PM PDTCabinet Secretary Dr Roger Luncheon has given assurance that the employees of the Government Information Agency (GINA) would be paid by the end of this week. The administration has refused to pay the workers and has thrown the blame at the doors of the Opposition Parties who voted against the 2013 budgetary allocation to the […]
 OAS coming to check Corruption.Posted: 25 Sep 2013 05:25 PM PDTThe government’s  main spokesman is making it clear that his administration has never disputed the fact that corruption exists in Guyana. Next month the country is expected to be visited by  a team from the Organisation of American States (OAS) that deals with issue of corruption among its member states. The onsite visit will be […]
Furniture store Courts is on an expansion drive.Posted: 25 Sep 2013 05:12 PM PDTUnicomer /Courts Guyana Inc is continuing to expand its presence in Guyana and it is also expanding its facilities to increase its efficiency. The Company according to the Vice-Chairman of the Unicomer group Guillermo Siman has made strides since the first store opened here over 20 years ago and it is recognizing this need that […]
The Guyana Public Service Union wants to see its members’ rights respected by Gov’t.Posted: 25 Sep 2013 05:00 PM PDTPresident of the Guyana Public Service Union Patrick Yarde stated that the union is committed to struggle for the workers’ rights.  Yarde was at the time speaking at the opening of the 20th Biennial Delegates Conference which opened on Wednesday at the National Cultural Center . He said it its time that the rights of the […]
The Office of Professional Responsibility has cleared police ranks of torture allegations.Posted: 25 Sep 2013 04:57 PM PDTThis is Shaka Chase, he was accused of killing Police Corporal Romein Cleto in April of this year a charge that was later dismissed by the magistrate on the advice of the DPP. The man alleged then that he was beaten and tortured by the police in their quest to get a confession, so he […]
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