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Guyana Politics 2020: Another election and another tribal division – By Adam Harris

THE PNCR – ITS PAST AND FUTURE – by Ralph Ramkarran


    Written by Ralph Ramkarran – Conversation Tree 

Ralph Ramkarran

Ralph Ramkarran

Blog – Saturday, 21st June 2014.

Once again the issue of an apology from the PNCR has become topical. First raised with Opposition Leader David Granger while he was on a visit to the United States, it emerged again at a press conference in Guyana. Mr. Granger repeated a long established PNCR policy, designed to deflect public pressure, that there would be no blanket apology on the basis of hearsay or conjecture as if rigged elections fall in those categories. He called for all errors of the past to be investigated and said that other political parties needed to apologise as well.

Even though the PPP has made the most of the PNCR’s history during its ’28 years’ in office, as far as I am aware it has never formally called for an apology or given support to those who have done so. Continue reading

Guyanese Online Newsletter: February 2012

Guyanese Online Newsletter: February 2012

The Guyanese Online monthly newsletters and this Blog are created of Cyril Bryan, as his contribution to the Guyana Diaspora who want to be informed about news from Guyana, as well as the historical and cultural articles that keep us all connected to the “Guyanese cultural experience”.

This issue of 26 pages and 128 items is the largest issue we have created (see list). Here are the major news categories (items in brackets): Mashramani (12); Parliament (16); Governance (26); Georgetown (7); Flood Updates (12); Other News (17) includes the University of Guyana (6); Medical news (9); Guyana organizations (5); Tourism (8); and Caribbean/Regional News (11).

Download:  #23 – Guyanese Online Newsletter – February 2012

 List of Articles in this issue  – 26 pages  – 128 articles

 Page1: Front Page

  2. Land three times the size of Barbados committed to ANSA McAL

Page 2: Guyanese Online

  1. Editorial – Cyril Bryan
  2. Jan 23 – Feb 23 – 30 Most popular entries

Page 3-5 – Mashramani Reports Continue reading

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