Daily Archives: August 11, 2015

GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 10 August 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 10 August 2015

  • Budget: Govt presents ‘Good Life’ 221 billion dollar budget
  • Rohee may know who killed Sash Sawh
  • Immigration procedures for review
  • GPL probe nearing end
  • Another businessman shot
  • More woes for 15 year old
  • Woman perishes in fire
  • Sports

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Crum-Ewing murder: Charge against ‘Grey Boy’ Rodrigues not adding up

Charge against ‘Grey Boy’ Rodrigues not adding up

By Stabroek News – August 10, 2015 – Letter by Emile Mervin

Dear Editor,

Your news article, `DPP advised cops to charge Rodrigues with Crum-Ewing murder,’ (SN August 9) should have been providing closure for relatives of Courtney Crum-Ewing, but as one of many observers closely following the March 10th execution-style killing and its continuing narrative, I have to admit something is not adding up with the decision to charge alleged trigger man Regan Rodrigues alone.

I am not saying he was not involved in what is obviously a planned conspiracy to take out Crum-Ewing, but if we go back to the night of the hit, Stabroek News was one of the media outlets that cited eyewitnesses’ accounts that four men drove up in a Toyota A212 vehicle and confronted Crum-Ewing while he was doing his thing with his bullhorn. He was shot thrice in the head and twice in the torso, after which the vehicle sped away.  Continue reading

GUYANA – Budget 2015 News + Other News – 10 August 2015 – Demerara Waves

    GUYANA – Budget 2015 News + Other News – 10 August 2015 – Demerara Waves

Times when the 4 letter “F” word is frankly the ONLY word – see photos below

The “F” word
There are times when the   4 letter   “F” word is not only desirable, but quite  frankly it can be the  ONLY word in the English language that accurately describes some situations.
   
Check out  the following examples.
 

Central High School Alumni Asso.- Guyana Chapter (CHAAG) – Guyanese Reunion – 2016

CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL – Alumni Association of Guyana – (Guyana  Chapter)   

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Central High School Alumni Association- Guyana Chapter (CHAAG) is in its forward planning stage and we are delighted to inform that the process is moving along.  The local chapter remains resolute to deliver a truly memorable Guyanese Reunion in 2016.

With that in view, we are especially mindful of having ALL of our contemporaries attend this activity. The activities were designed to enable all to have a time of connecting and reflecting. As such, the following will be the flow of events for the period;  Continue reading

UNFINISHED BUSINESS – By Ralph Ramkarran

Ralph Ramkarran

Ralph Ramkarran

UNFINISHED BUSINESS – By Ralph Ramkarran

A report appeared in the press last week of a meeting between the Prime Minister, Moses Nagamootoo, Minister of Governance, Raphael Trotman and AFC executive and prominent attorney, Mr. Nigel Hughes to discuss constitutional reform. Constitutional reform is one of the undertakings given by the APNU+AFC coalition in its 100-day programme. No doubt the Government is looking to make an announcement on the issue before the end of the 100-day period.

On July 24 a symposium took place at Moray House on constitutional reform. The panelists were myself, Henry Jeffrey and Haslyn Parris. The proceedings were chaired by Miles Fitzpatrick. We were engaged in what might well be regarded as unfinished business. As leading member, Secretary and Chair, respectively, of the Constitutional Reform Commission, Miles Fitzpatrick, Haslyn Parris and I handed in our report to the Speaker of the National Assembly some fifteen years ago. The feeling at that time by some was that the process we had concluded did not resolve the most fundamental problems facing Guyana.   Continue reading