Daily Archives: April 10, 2015

Writ issued in Guyana over ‘racist remarks’ by former President Jagdeo

Writ issued in Guyana over ‘racist remarks’ by former President Jagdeo
Published on April 10, 2015 – By Caribbean News Now Contributor
Former President Bharat Jagdeo

Bharat Jagdeo

WHIM, Guyana — On Thursday, a summons was issued in Whim, Guyana, by magistrate Charlyn Artiga to be served to former president Bharrat Jagdeo to appear personally in court and plead to a criminal charge of “racially divisive remarks” he made on Sunday, March 8, at a public meeting, “which can result in racial or ethnic violence or hatred among the people” as set out in Section 139 D of the Representation of the People Act.

In his court filing, attorney at law, Chis Ram stated that Jagdeo said:” The opposition consistently shout about the racism of the PPP but they practice racism. The opposition beat drums at six in the morning and say let us throw out those coolie (Indian) people.”

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Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 08 April 2015

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 08 April 2015

  • ELECTIONS: Is it a friends and family thing
  • ENFORCE THE LAWS
  • President says he has done much
  • SASOD looking to see what the Politicians have to offer
  • Vendors continue to use unsafe Stabroek wharf
  • Sports

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ELECTIONS: Is it a friends and family thing

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Venezuela links Exxon presence in disputed Guyana zone to Obama executive order

Venezuela links Exxon presence in disputed Guyana zone to Obama executive order

April 9, 2015 | By KNews | Filed Under News

Venezuela

Venezuela Foreign Minister, Delcy Rodriguez

Caracas, Venezuela- Venezuela’s government said a subsidiary of U.S. oil giant ExxonMobil was carrying out “unauthorized” operations in disputed waters off Guyana and linked them to Washington’s recent diplomatic steps against Caracas.

“The actions of (Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Ltd.), with its intention to carry out unauthorized operations within the maritime territory adjoining Venezuela, contradict public international law and show its intent to subvert it,” Venezuela’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement released Wednesday and carried on the online news, www.laprensasa.com.   Continue reading

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