Daily Archives: 03/07/2020

Guyana Elections 2020 Unrest: Cotton Tree man fatally shot while chopping ranks, police say


Sewdat Devon Hansraj

At least one witness has denied that Hansraj was wounding ranks but could not say whether he was unarmed at the time.

According to the police, the attack occurred around 7. 40 pm, shortly after a Gazetted Officer and ranks cleared the said road of protesters and debris, leaving a Sergeant with several ranks to maintain free passage along the corridor.    Continue reading

GUYANA ELECTIONS 2020 NEWS & COMMENTARIES to March 06, 2020 on Guyanese Online

  • Guyanese Online: NEWS ARTICLES: Feb 28- March 06, 2020


Guyana Elections 2020: International Observers Issue Concern Regarding Region 4 Results

Guyana Elections 2020: Protests over ‘rigged’ elections in Berbice and along East Coast – photos

Guyana Elections 2020: Region Four count to decide Elections results -UPDATED – APNU/AFC Wins Region 4

Guyana Elections Results 2020 – Statements Of Poll + GECOM Official Website Links -updated

Guyana Elections Results 2020 – Statements Of Poll – (posted outside polling stations)

Guyana Elections 2020: A scoring opportunity Ahead of oil riches, Guyana holds a decisive election – The Economist

Guyana Elections 2020: Guyanese Voting in General and Regional Elections

Guyana Elections 2020: Guyana votes amid high hopes over oil discoveries – BBC News 

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Guyana: Foreigners arrested, deported for alleged election–related conspiracy – AFC

Khemraj Ramjattan and Cathy Hughes

These allegations were put forward by the Prime Ministerial hopeful and Public Security Minister, Khemraj Ramjattan and Executive Member of the AFC, Cathy Hughes yesterday at APNU+AFC Campaign Headquarters on Lamaha Street.

Ramjattan said that the allegations were only being publicly released because it was leaked to the media, and according to him, the foreign nationals were sent back to their respective countries on elections day.        Continue reading

Violence Against Women: The Greatest Human Rights Violation on the Planet is Misogyny!

         International Women’s Day – 08 March 2020

The Greatest Human Rights Violation on the Planet is Misogyny!

David Leser | The Sydney Morning Herald

It is no small task trying to unpack the history of any kind of hatred, especially if that hatred is misogyny and the harm men do to women.

For the past 10 days – ever since the horrifying murders in Brisbane of Hannah Clarke and her three children, Aaliyah, 6, Laianah, 4 and Trey, 3 – I’ve been trying to come to grips all over again with what it is that men do to women with their fists, their guns, their knives, their petrol containers, their unspeakable acts of violence. And why?

All the women killed on their way home, or in their homes, or just anywhere they happen to be – stabbed in the chest, shot in the head, viciously bashed, set on fire, found in a park, dumped behind a hedge, slumped against a wall, stuffed into the back of a ute – and all this documented with heartbreaking regularity by researchers for an organisation that should never exist: Destroy the Joint’s Counting Dead Women Australia.             Continue reading

Demand for Caribbean Economic Citizenship Increases as Coronavirus Spreads

— LONDON, England, Thursday March 5, 2020 – CS Global Partners, a London-headquartered government marketing agency specializing in investor immigration, says demand for Citizenship by Investment (CBI) has increased in light of the spread of the new Coronavirus (COVID-19).

And Director Paul Singh says Caribbean islands with CBI programmes are proving to be attractive as demand for citizenship of safer countries grows.

“We work with three Caribbean governments – Dominica, St Kitts and Nevis and St Lucia – promoting their CBI programmes worldwide and assist authorized agents with any enquiries their clients may have regarding obtaining economic citizenship of any of these three countries.  ( Note: Grenada also has a CBI Program)              Continue reading

Guyana: Phagwah celebrations scheduled for March 9. 2020 … cancelled at National Stadium

The organisers of the annual Phagwah celebrations at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence, have announced that there will be no event on Monday.

Phagwah celebrations at the National Stadium.- 2019

That East Bank Demerara location for the last number of years has been drawing bigger crowds annually.          Continue reading

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