Daily Archives: June 6, 2016

Guyana– Latest News from various sources – June 06, 2016

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 06 June 2016 – Kaieteur News

         (see other News sources at the end of this entry)

Guyana’s bountiful biodiversity and the untouched natural beauty of its interior savannahs is seldom highlighted or shown appreciation by locals and foreigners. However, the Ministry of Natural… …read more

California, June 7 Vote: Decisive For U.S. Political Revolution – by Rosaliene Bacchus

California, June 7 Vote: Decisive For U.S. Political Revolution. -by Rosaliene Bacchus

Reblogged from THE ONENESS of HUMANITY:

  • By Jerry Alatalo

Tuesday June 7 is the day those Americans voting in their states’ Democratic primaries for either Bernie Sanders or Hillary Clinton decide on the nation’s future. The most important of those states is California, where some 470 delegates are going to become divided between Sanders and Clinton. Depending on the outcome of the voting in California and the remaining states on Tuesday, what has become understood across the country as “The Political Revolution” will either lose or gain momentum.   Continue reading

Guyanese Storyteller Ken Corsbie Standup Comedy – 4 videos

KEN CORSBIE STANDUP COMEDY IN DC 1994

STORYTELLER KEN CORSBIE’s BEAUTY CONTESTS

KEN CORSBIE and TEENAGE PARTIES

KEN CORSBIE ON CRICKET

PLUS MUSIC ...

Guyana Folk Songs – Bing Serrao and the Ramblers

Brexit – Is The Genie Coming Out Of The Bottle? – By David Jessop

Brexit – Is The Genie Coming Out Of The Bottle?

By David Jessop – Caribbean News Service (CNS) Contributor

David Jessop

David Jessop

LONDON, Jun 04 2016 – If the opinion polls are to be believed, the British electorate may vote by a small majority to leave the European Union (EU) in the country’s June 23 referendum.

The latest UK polls suggest that 45 per cent of those voting will chose to go, while 42 per cent will say they want to remain. At present 13 per cent say they don’t know. The concern is that if young people, who are predisposed to vote to remain, cannot be mobilised, and the leadership of the Labour Party do not do more to encourage its members to vote in the same way, the United Kingdom will be plunged into a period of economic and political turmoil with unpredictable consequences beyond it shores.    Continue reading

APNU+AFC First year with Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman – GINA video

APNU+AFC First year IntGINA logoerview with Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman 

Guyana Government in Action- Jubilee Highlights – June 02, 2016

 Guyana Government in Action- Jubilee Highlights – June 02, 2016 –   Ministry of the Presidency

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