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Capitol News – TV News Videos – 20 Sep 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 20 Sep 2013

  • APNU turns to civil Society to support its call for the removal of Clement Rohee.
  • Brassington believes Marriott project is sound
  • Several charged including a Woman in connection with murder of the West Coast businessman.
  • Guyana Women Miners Organisation rescued more Women today including a Trinidadian
  • Health Ministry finds another way to address issues of chronic non communicable diseases.
  • Kitty Market Stallholders are demanding that the Market be repaired.
  • In the aviation sector the upcoming fall and winter season North will see more flights in the air
  • Demerara Captain Chris Barnwell looking forward to lead the team against Essequibo on Saturday.
APNU turns to civil Society to support its call for the removal of Clement Rohee.Posted: 20 Sep 2013 06:47 PM PDT

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) Leader, David Granger believes the administration should be held accountable for the present crime situation.  He says the PPP should be blamed for the mismanagement of Public Security and now wants to see public action.According to Granger after seven years under Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee the present security […]   Continue reading

Human trafficing in Guyana: Ms Simona Broomes

Ms Simona Broomes

Strange things happen in Guyana. Imagine that a woman who has been a miner in the interior for many years, and is familiar with the lawlessness which is part of life there, joins with other women to form a women miners’ organisation. Their particular focus is representing women in the mining industry and trying to help those who have been subject to abuse and exploitation.

And then imagine that the head of this association and her band of ladies soon discover on their interior excursions that in the forefront of the problems women (including some children) face in the hinterland is that of being trafficked for the purposes of prostitution – one form of trafficking in persons, or TIP, as its acronym is known. But not only do they discover this, they decide to do something about it.       Continue reading

Capitol News – TV video Reports – July 11, 2013

Capitol News  – July 11, 2013

  • GECOM Commissioner Vincent Alexander speaks out against the actions of former Chief Elections Officer Gocool Boodhoo
  • Guyana Women Miners Organisation seeks Parliamentary support to fight trafficking in persons
  • Gov’t sticks with Mr. Patrick Mentore to lead Police reforms despite Thomas Carroll visa scandal allegations
  • Brickdam lockups to get G$40 million upper flat
  • Family of a young Guyanese nurse who died suddenly in India seek answers
  • Main opposition heads to the courts to challenge the new fees for broadcast licences

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GECOM Commissioner Vincent Alexander speaks out against the actions of former Chief Elections Officer Gocool BoodhooPosted: 11 Jul 2013 04:29 PM PDT

Speaking to Capitol News Commissioner at the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Vincent Alexander said he cannot in any ‘good faith’ allow the renewal of the employment contract for former Chief Elections Officer Gocool Boodoo. Alexander has accused Boodoo of making a fraudulent declaration which was observed by him during the tabulation of the 2011 elections […]

Capitol News – TV video Reports – June 28, 2013

Capitol News at June 28, 2013

  • US Ambassador responds to President Ramotar’s criticism of Guyana’s TIP ranking -28th Jun 2013
  • Motion calling on Gov’t to honour August 21, 2012 Linden agreement passed – 28th Jun 2013
  • Former broadcaster Viera criticizes mechanism used by Gov’t to determine broadcast licence fee – 28th Jun 2013
  • Guyana Women Miners Organisation ready to constructively engage Guyana Gov’t – 28th Jun 2013
  • Education Ministry sends warning to Headteachers about soliciting fees from Parents – 28th Jun 2013
  • Local cricket fans eagerly look forward to the return of International cricket – 28th Jun 2013

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