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GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 08 September 2015

GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 08 September 2015

  • Jagdeo Defends Berbice Bridge
  • Broomes sweeps through Regent Street
  • Dynamic Airlines to increase flights
  • New Civil Aviation Director
  • Work in Unity
  • Support for UG students
  • Bourda market: Who will compensate us? vendors ask
  • Sports

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GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 13 August 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 13 August 2015

  • “Swami” school students top CSEC exams
  • Police hunt two prison escapees
  • Two more Guyanese busted in NY with cocaine
  • Granger meets UNASUR GS on border controversy with Venezuela
  • ‘Power’ clash between GPL head and his deputy
  • Jagdeo admits incompetence in failure of Skeldon plant
  • Sports

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Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 10 March 2015

Capitol TV News Videos – 10 March 2015

  • Jagdeo brushes aside criticisms by Jagan family of the lifestyle of PPP, gov’t officials
  • Dino Bouterse sentences to 16 years in jail for drug trafficking
  • Seelall confirmed as Police Commissioner
  • APNU/AFC Coalition hits Linden this weekend
  • PPP looking to use Marriot hotel for Votes
  • A look around the Courts
  • Sports

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Jagdeo brushes aside criticisms by Jagan family of the lifestyle of PPP, gov’t officials

Posted: 10 Mar 2015 05:09 PM PDT     Continue reading

RODNEY COI, Opening a “Can of Worms” for the PNC

FROM THE DIASPORA … RODNEY COI, OPENING A “CAN OF WORMS” FOR THE PNC

MAY 4, 2014 | BY  | By: RALPH SEERAM

The PNC is worried, very worried, and has every right to be worried about disclosures emanating from the Rodney Commission of Inquiry; not that it’s anything new to older folks in Guyana and those in the Diaspora like myself.  They have for good and selfish reasons to worry about what more than half the voting population in Guyana is now learning about a period of Guyana’s history that they never experienced.

Today you read about how the PPP is undemocratic; how it’s a dictatorship, and to be honest some of the PPP behaviour brought this on. However young Guyanese are now learning what a true dictatorship was under the PNC, what a real police state Guyana was under PNC rule.  Continue reading

Three men, another three men, then… by Freddie Kissoon

Three men, another three men, then…

FEBRUARY 7, 2012 | BY KNEWS |  FREDDIE KISSOON 

I went on record last Sunday as telling my host, Mr. Yesu Persaud, on the television interview programme, “Eye on the Issue,” that I want to be on record as being the first Guyanese to say that the tripartite talks are going to break down and there will be an ensuing period of national uneasiness. I submitted as my reason the unchanging nature of the PPP. I am making that assertion the second time here.

Since November 28, where is the consultation from the Executive office which we refer to here as the Presidency? Where is the check on authoritarianism in these post-Jagdeo times? Let us leave out my dismissal from UG; there is the cricket impasse. What has been hidden in the confrontation between the Government and the Guyana Cricket Board is the emblazoned fact that CARICOM brokered an agreement that would have seen the  Clive Lloyd IMC and the Cricket Board working together. Continue reading