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GUYANA – Latest News Articles – 25 September 2015

GUYANA – Latest News Articles – 25 September 2015

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RECENT ARTICLES – Kaieteur News – September 24, 2015

Guyana stands ready to protect sovereignty

Minister of State and Defense, Joseph Harmon– Troops briefed on Venezuela’s “unusual” military actions along border – Govt.   By Kiana Wilburg Minister of State and Defense, Joseph Harmon The “unusual” deployment of some 200 military troops…

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Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos- 12 March 2015

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos- 12 March 2015

  • More organisations speak out about Crum-Ewing’s death
  • President Ramotar wants full investigation into Crum-Ewing’s Murder
  • Police to follow all leads in Crum-Ewing’s murder
  • Marriott here to stay says Brassington
  • Another Look at the Courts
  • Sports

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More organisations speak out about Crum-Ewing’s death

Posted: 12 Mar 2015 07:09 PM PDT   Continue reading

Guyana – Capitol TV News Videos – 05 March 2015

Guyana – Capitol TV News Videos –  05 March 2015

  • Shareema Gopaul, lover, found guilty of Neesa Gopaul murder -sentenced to 106 years in prison
  • Rights Groups in picket ahead of verdict in Neesa Gopaul murder trial
  • Exxon Mobil to begin drilling Friday morning….
  • Ramsammy squares off with Luncheon over his health and his future in politics…
  • Marriott built from treasury; no outside investment funds
  • A Look at Courts
  • With fuel costs rising, minibus union says justified in not lowering fares
  • Sports

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Guyana needs Constitutional reform and new elections – Ralph Ramkarran

Only fresh elections will break current political impasse – former Speaker

NOVEMBER 4, 2013 | BY  |

The only way to break the current political stalemate in Guyana is through Constitutional reform and new elections.

Former Speaker of the National Assembly, Ralph Ramkarran

This is the view held by Former Speaker of the National Assembly, Ralph Ramkarran, who in his most recent writings for his blog conversationtree.gy, said that instead of seeking the kind of unity that would have ensured political stability and development after the 2011 elections, the PPP/C opted for a minority government.

Former Speaker of the National Assembly, Ralph Ramkarran (right)

According to Ramkarran, there is nothing wrong in principal with such a decision, once the Opposition permits such a situation on the basis of some form of agreement about major policy directions.    Continue reading

Amaila Hydro was structured as a gigantic rip-off – Gaskin

Amaila Hydro was structured as a gigantic rip-off – Gaskin

AUGUST 31, 2013 | BY  |

“Were it not for the insistence of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) that Government obtain parliamentary approval for two peripheral pieces of legislation relating to Amaila, no information would have been made available to the parliamentary parties.”

This was the contention of Financial Analyst, Ramon Gaskin, who in his most recent addition to the raging debate over the Amaila Falls Hydro Electric project, said that had the information not come out the project would have gone the route of the Marriott.

He said that like the Marriott, Amaila would have been “burdening consumers and taxpayers with a flawed project costing.”
Gaskin said that this would have been backed by a 20-year guarantee “that if as consumers Guyanese cannot meet the payments to the promoters, then as taxpayers they will be forced to do so through taxes.”     Continue reading

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