Daily Archives: October 28, 2017

Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – October 28, 2017

News – 28 October 2017

‘Search warrant was uncalled for’ – GEA

Advisors call for Parliamentary body to oversee Oil and Gas sector

German’s Restaurant to open two NY branches

New power generators for E’bo coast arrive

Venezuelan ‘syndicate’ executed Guyanese dredge boss for causing unrest in area

Trinidadian fakes kidnapping in Guyana

GECOM Chairman Legal Challenge… U.S. envoy calls for quick resolution

Fixed salaries for Ministers and MPs – Prime Minister  

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PPP, Afro-Guyanese groups slam each other over “Indian” vs “Afro” GECOM Chairman

PPP, Afro-Guyanese groups slam each other over “Indian” vs “Afro” GECOM Chairman

Several African Guyanese organizations on Friday October 27, 2017  lashed out at the East Indian-dominated People’s Progressive Party for submitting 18 mostly East Indian nominees for the post of Guyana Elections Commission in a bid to force President David Granger to select one of them.

“The recent Constitutional appointment by His Excellency David Arthur Granger has publicly revealed what Africans in Guyana and the Caribbean all know, Indians do not want to be ruled by an African Leader because they believe they are superior to Africans,” the African Cultural and Development AssociationPan African Group (Guyana) Branch, The All African Guyanese Association and Concerned Citizens in the Diaspora said in a joint statement.

Read more: http://demerarawaves.com/2017/10/28/ppp-afro-guyanese-groups-slam-each-other

Domestic Violence Awareness Month – Putting Philosophy into Practice – By Yvonne Sam

Domestic Violence Awareness Month – Putting Philosophy into Practice

By Yvonne Sam

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month — a month dedicated to raising awareness of the fact that binary, non-binary, lesbian, gay, trans-gendered, and bisexual individuals all experience intimate partner violence in their lifetimes.  The entire month is designed to focus on educating the public at large about the reality of domestic violence through publicity, vigils, statistics and events. It is often difficult to get a true picture of domestic violence as often it remains  hidden within the home.       Continue reading

Winnipeg Canada Group Donates Medical Equipment to Guyana’s Hospitals

      Download Flyer: CCHHE-Guyana -medical shipment to Guyana

Steve Bannon blasts George Bush and calls for Republican ‘revolt’ – videos

Steve Bannon

Steve Bannon blasts George Bush and calls for Republican ‘revolt’

  • Former White House adviser slams former president at California event
  • Bush ‘embarrassed himself’ in speech decrying ‘bullying and prejudice’

The former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has launched a scathing attack on George W Bush, portraying him as a buffoon whose presidency was as “destructive” as any in American history.

Bannon was responding to a speech this week in which the 43rd president denounced bigotry in the Donald Trump era and warned that the rise of “nativism”, isolationism and conspiracy theories have clouded the nation’s true identity.   Read more:

Indian Daughter Of Former West Indian Cricket Skipper Viv Richards Slams Critics

Daughter Of Viv Richards says she is …. “a proud Indo-Caribbean girl”

Masaba Gupta

Masaba Gupta, the love child of actor Neena Gupta and famed West Indian skipper and batsman Viv Richards has hit back at Internet trolls.

Published on Oct 15 2017 – By NAN ET EditorNews Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Oct. 16, 2017: The daughter of a famed former West Indian cricket captain has slammed back at trolls who have called her a ‘bastard child’ and ‘illegitimate West Indian’ on Twitter.   Continue reading

US calls for swift court action to settle controversy over GECOM Chairman’s appointment

US calls for swift court action to settle controversy over GECOM Chairman’s appointment

PHOTO: United States Ambassador to Guyana, Perry Holloway

The United States (US) is the latest Western Nation to have issued a call for Guyana’s High Court to swiftly settle the ongoing controversy over the appointment of Retired Justice James Patterson as the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM).     Continue reading

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