Daily Archives: March 14, 2018

COTAB: Annual Caribana Fundraising Dance – Toronto – August 4. 2018

Download: COTAB Annual Caribana Dance Flyer – 2018

Rex Tillerson: hapless, hopeless and tragic. Now his time is up – By Richard Wolffe – The Guardian UK

Tillerson’s tenure was so bad, it prompted some rare bipartisan agreement. So farewell then, Rex

By Richard Wolffe – The Guardian UK

Rex Tillerson was a part-time truth-teller. In one national security meeting, he had the piercing insight and honesty to call Donald Trump “a moron” – possibly an Anglo-Saxon kind of moron. Yet, like his boss, he lacked the self-awareness to know that the same critique applied to himself, as the moron’s secretary-of-state.      Continue reading

Guyana Corruption: Six cases for Court on Stolen Government Assets – By Freddie Kissoon

Six cases for court on stolen assets from the nation’s resources

 Mar 14, 2018  Features / ColumnistsFreddie Kissoon 

In the entire world, except Guyana, the exposure of corrupt politicians who were in office or are in office brings extensive disgust from the citizenry. Humans feel that they work hard, do not get the pay they deserve from their government but the politicians they voted for end up with luxurious mansions and enormous bank books. Even sexual misconduct does not bring out the anger in citizens as corruption does.      Continue reading

UN issues refugee protection guidance for Venezuelan “Refugees”

UN issues refugee protection guidance for thousands of Venezuelans fleeing crisis-torn country

March 13, 2018 – Caribbean News Now

Photo: Venezuelans arrive in Pacaraima, a border city with Venezuela, seeking asylum or special stay permits in Brazil, 16 February 2018. © UNHCR/Reynesson Damasceno

GENEVA, Switzerland — As deepening economic woes force thousands of Venezuelans to flee the crisis-gripped country, the United Nations on Tuesday March 13, 2018 issued guidance on treating the population as “refugees,” while the head of the UN World Food Programme (WFP) warned that the outflow into neighbouring countries such as Colombia constitutes a “humanitarian disaster.”   Continue reading

Guyana to benefit from Solar Alliance Summit held in New Delhi India

President Granger in front row, sixth from right, at the Solar Alliance Summit in New Delhi, India.

By Ray Chickrie -Caribbean News Now contributor – 

NEW DELHI, India — Guyana President David Granger, who is attending the first International Solar Alliance Summit in New Delhi, India, reiterated that “climate change is a real threat,” and he praised India and France for “demonstrating important leadership” on the issue by taking the “solar energy” initiative. He also said that Guyana will benefit from technology transfer from the solar energy alliance group.      Continue reading

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