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Guyana Elections: Major political candidates agree to public forum

Presidential and Prime Ministerial candidates agree to public forum

April 12, 2015 | By KNews |

David Granger Photo: APNU+AFC Presidential candidate, David Granger

The Presidential and Prime Ministerial candidates for the two major political parties have agreed to participate in a public forum hosted by the Guyana Women’s Roundtable (GWR) and the Guyana National Youth Council (GNYC).

According to the organisers, the forum is aimed at allowing the candidates from both the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) and A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance for Change (APNU+AFC) coalition, to address youth and women issues.

Each political party will have separate days to address the forum at the Theatre Guild, Parade Street, Kingston. The general public will be allowed to participate by pre-submitting questions via email to gnycteam@gmail.com or the GNYC Facebook page by noon April 13 and April 15, respectively.  Continue reading

Guyana Politics: The Coalition Waltz – “Dance With Me”

Cartoon – Stabroek News – January 29, 2015

The Coalition Waltz – “Dance With Me”

Coalition Cartoon

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 21 January 2015

Capitol TV News Videos – 21 January 2015

  • Granger says May 11th date for elections a blunder because of CXC exams; urges Ramotar to announce new date
  • Human Rights body wants Ramotar to come clean on the state of Parliament
  • APNU, AFC gear up for coalition talks
  • AFC warns PPP against abuse of state funds for its elections campaign
  • Bibi Shadick named UG Pro Chancellor
  • Start of new semester uncertain with workers and UG administration yet to resolve differences
  • Stellings a worry for APNU
  • Upstream Oil and Gas Policy launched
  • Industrial action at GGMC continues
  • Sports

Click links below to view the videos:-   Continue reading

Protest will continue until government listens – say public servants

Protest will continue until government listens – say public servants


Protest action against the proposed five percent increase for public servants intensified yesterday. The numbers tripled from last week.

“Dear Mr. President de 5% ent even reach de $5000 note”

“Dear Mr. President de 5% ent even reach de $5000 note”

Yesterday, protestors were joined by Opposition Leader David Granger, AFC’s Khemraj Ramjattan and GPSU President, Patrick Yarde.
Scores of protesters lined the parapets outside Office of the President both on South and Vlissengen Roads.

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU)’s David Granger is calling on the Ministry to explain why the money that was passed since April will only be paid in December.
“All you are being confronted with are lies and more lies.  According to Granger, Government had commenced the process by saying that because of the budget cut, it couldn’t pay more.   Continue reading

The anti-money laundering legislation … Opposition wants Bill to address white collar crimes – Granger

The anti-money laundering legislation … Opposition wants Bill to address white collar crimes – Granger
– Private sector urges speedy passage

The Opposition remains firm in its position not to make way for passage of the Anti Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AMT/CFT) Bill unless it is sure that Guyana is being given the best legislation, capable enough to deal with a range of white collar crimes. This is even in the face of pleas from the Private Sector Commission (PSC).

Yesterday the PSC published a whole page advertisement indicating the impact that the absence of the Bill is having on businesses.
The advertisement asked that parliamentarians “approve the measures in whatever form to avoid the disastrous effects on the country’s business sector and the average Guyanese citizen.”
A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) Leader, Brigadier David Granger, had long held the position that this Bill “must” address all the inadequacies of the first piece of legislation and not be just another ornament “just to say we have it.”   Continue reading

NCN’s budget allocation on APNU’s chopping block

NCN’s budget allocation on APNU’s chopping block  
Written by Kwesi Isles   Demerara Waves
Sunday, 07 April 2013 04:24
ncnlogoThe APNU has signalled that it will once again be cutting budget allocations for the state-run National Communications Network (NCN) in a repeat of last year’s action.This was disclosed by MP Joseph Harmon when the week-long debate on the 2013 budget estimates continued Friday.“In this budget the minister allocates 81 million dollars to NCN, this is an entity’s allocation, Madame Speaker, (Deborah Backer) we will not support,” he declared.

Harmon, whose shadow portfolio covers communication, said information minister President Donald Ramotar must release a report into financial irregularities at NCN.

The parliamentarian noted that APNU Chairman and Leader of the Opposition David Granger had written the president twice seeking the outcome of the probe.    Continue reading

Budget 2013: Opposition frustrated with Gov’t consultations – video

Opposition continues to express frustration with the efforts of the Government to hold meaningful consultations

Capitol News – February 11, 2013: The main opposition party A Partnership For National Unity, APNU, believes that the 2013 budget is in an advanced stage, despite budgetary talks with the opposition parties. The Budget is schedule to be presented by March 30 to the National Assembly.

Opposition Leader David Granger said efforts to have a collective input from the parliamentary parties, the APNU and the AFC seem to be heading down hill.   Continue reading

Granger wants mining operations suspended until appeal is heard – video

Opposition Leader David Granger wants mining operations suspended until appeal is heard

January 23, 2013 – Capitol News  –  Opposition Leader David Granger says, that the Administration should go back to the drawing board on the Amerindian Act. Granger believes that mining operations in the disputed area should be put on hold until the appeal is heard. Continue reading

Court rules in favour of Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee

Court rules in favour of embattled Guyana home affairs minister

Clement Rohee

Clement Rohee

Opposition Leader David Granger had moved a motion last November seeking to bar Rohee from speaking in his capacity as Home Affairs Minister.

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Saturday January 12, 2013 – A Court has ruled that embattled Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee is entitled to speak in the National Assembly, putting aside an opposition inspired motion to gag the minister in the legislative chamber.  Continue reading

APNU – NEW YEAR MESSAGE – By Brigadier David Granger


By  Brigadier David Granger

Friday 30th December 2011


Brigadier David Granger – Presidential Candidate of A Partnership for National Unity – has announced in his New Year message that 2012 can be a ‘year of hope’ for Guyanese.

Mr. Granger, declaring that ‘175,000 persons can’t be wrong,’ said that the people voted for change in the 28thNovember general and regional elections. The year 2011 sounded the death knell of the People’s Progressive Party/Civic-style ‘winner-takes-all’ political culture that had poisoned ethnic relations, divided the nation, fostered massive corruption and hampered economic development over the years.  Continue reading

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