Daily Archives: 12/21/2015

Guyana – This Week with the President – December 19, 2015

GINA logoThis Week with the President – December 19, 2015

Published on Dec 19, 2015

GUYANA – Latest News from various sources – December 21, 2015

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 21 December 2015  –  Kaieteur News  

         (see other News sources at the end of this entry

What Next for Venezuela? – By Mark Weisbrot – News Analysis

What Next for Venezuela?

Saturday, 19 December 2015 – By Mark Weisbrot, The Hill | News Analysis

  • Venezuela’s opposition has won a large majority of the country’s legislature, or National Assembly, for the first time in 16 years. Many observers in Washington see this as a tipping point for Venezuelan politics.

What are we to make of this development? First, an endless stream of news articles,newspaper editorials and proclamations — such as from the secretary general of the Organization of American States (OAS) — denouncing the Venezuelan electoral process and insisting on “credible” election monitors (by which they meant OAS monitors beholden to Washington) were wrong. Quoting out-of-context remarks from Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and adding other misleading statements, inaccuracies about “gerrymandering,” and more, they created a fear that the government would not accept the results if it lost.    Continue reading

A Child is Born – By Rosaliene Bacchus

Three Worlds One Vision

Baby Born in Syrian Refugee Camp in Jordan

Baby born in Syrian Refugee Camp in Jordan
Photo Credit: BBC News

A child is born
his mother weeps at his cross
hewn by the Empire.

A child is born
his mother dies in childbirth
to bring him into light.

A child is born
a mother weeps for her daughter
born into bondage.

A child is born
a woman stands by in silence
while he spits out hate.

A child is born
mothers cry out in pain
when men rain fire on Earth.

A child is born
women feed men’s lust and greed
to dominate the world.

A child is born
male and female in harmony
they bring peace on Earth.

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Guyana Government News Brief – December 18, 2015 – video

GINA logoGovernment News Brief – December 18, 2015

  1. Eco-Tourism industry – sustainable model has to be built/ Assessment analysis of available community tourism projects.
  2. Youth and Sport – improve education and content for training of youth plus work attachment after training – Companies working with government in apprentice schemes..
  3. Amerindian Act to be reviewed…. especially in relation to mining on Amerindian lands.
  4. Training of Indigenous women  as their men are usually away from home and women have the responsibility of bringing up the family.
  5. Minimize employment – Manpower Agency must have up to date and job seekers and providers must be put in contact with each other.
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