Daily Archives: July 23, 2020

It is time to move on: GECOM needs to declare the recount results – opinion

  •  An election petition is the tool to challenge the declaration in court

Dear Editor:

As a politically neutral observer of Guyanese and Swiss descent residing abroad, I have raised in the past concerns that the number of votes cast in the 2020 General Elections appear to be too high (see Guyanese Online; Guyana Chronicle of July 11, 2020)[1][2]. In short, with an estimated 477’910 eligible voters living in Guyana and 460’295 votes cast in the 2020 general elections, the voter turnout would be 96.3%. This is rather unrealistic for many reasons and uncommon in liberal democracies. To date, I still have not seen any credible and convincing evidence disproving my analysis.

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Guyana Elections: Court of Appeal to hear recounted votes case on Saturday July 25, 2020

Guyana Appeal Court in Kingston. Georgetown.

The Court of Appeal on Wednesday fixed an early date for the hearing of an appeal of a High Court decision that upheld that the votes from the national recount must be used to declare the results of the March, 2020 general and regional elections.

The court will Saturday morning starting at 10:00 hrs hear oral submissions from lawyers representing both the applicants and respondents. Presiding over the case are: Justices of Appeal Dawn Gregory-Barnes and Rishi Persaud, along with Justice Priya Sewnarine-Beharry.      Continue reading

COVID-19: Repatriation Flight: 98 more Guyanese return home from Trinidad

Passenger being sanitized as the disembark the Caribbean Airline flight at the Cheddi lagan International AirportDPI, Guyana, Wednesday, July 22, 2020

The most recent group of repatriated Guyanese on Wednesday breathed a sigh of relief after they touched down at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport. Many of them have been separated from their loved ones due to the coronavirus pandemic and are now happy to be back home.

Today’s Caribbean Airlines repatriation flight from Trinidad saw the return of 98 Guyanese after approval was granted by the National COVID-19 Task Force (NCTF).      Continue reading

TOURISM: Gordon Ramsay Cooks a Breakfast Hash in the Jungle of Guyana | Scrambled

Gordon Ramsay Cooks a Breakfast Hash in the Jungle of Guyana | Scrambled

July 5, 2020 – Gordon Ramsay

This week Gordon’s in Guyana, on the edge of the Amazon Jungle. With potatoes and starches being the heroes of this country, Gordon’s making a delicious Breakfast Hash with a fried egg using the incredible local ingredients! This is amazing breakfast dish is the perfect dish after he jumps out of Helicopters and fishing on the local rivers on Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted.

USA: THE  COLOR OF LAW—The Forgotten Root of the Truth – By Yvonne Sam

By Yvonne Sam

Revelation of the horrific history undergirding America’s ongoing and seemingly perpetual racial problem(s).How the government separated America

Again and yet again, one does not need to be reminded of the race issue that is front and center of the news in America, or what has become a way of life. Protests, demonstrations, marches, petitions, kneels, lie-ins etc. are just some of the actions that have been taken on the path to awareness and possible change. Change especially as it refers to Blacks in America, and according to the 45th, a change towards making America great again. America as we see it today, with Blacks being so severely disadvantaged  on all levels did not occur haphazardly, but was carefully orchestrated at all levels of government. The racial caste system had to be preserved at all costs.      Continue reading

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