Tag Archives: Nagamootoo

GUYANA – Latest News from various sources – December 10, 2015

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 10 December 2015  –  Kaieteur News  

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GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 23 October 2015

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 23 October 2015  – – Kaieteur News 

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Previous Govt. waived US$303M on vehicles, other items in 2014

FULL STORY | – Auditor General report   – The 2014 report of the Auditor General has finally been released and its findings are raising shocking questions over the amount of money the previous Government was waiving on vehicle duties. GRA’s head,Khurshid… […]

Billions siphoned off from Transport and Harbours Dept. in 2003-2007

FULL STORY | By Abena Rockcliffe|  – Min. Patterson tells Parliament – Major discrepancies have been found in a few of the Auditor General’s reports on financial statements of the Transport and Harbours Department over the years 2003-2007. Minister of… […]        … See more article links below …… Continue reading

GUYANA: Capitol TV News Videos – 25 June 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA: Capitol TV News Videos – 25 June 2015

  • Gov’t denounces latest Maduro overtures on Guyanese territory
  • Nagamootoo soon to kick start constitutional reform
  • Linden to get own TV station soon – Nagamootoo
  • Ramjattan says Police Force needs more resources, training
  • Ed Ahmad NYC court in trial of Congressman Sampson of NY
  • Investigation into scrap metal trade nears completion
  • Sports

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Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 20 May 2015

Capitol TV logoGuyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 20 May 2015

  • Granger appoints Prime Minister, 15 ministers
  • Exxon Mobil announces “significant” oil discovery
  • Nagamootoo to oversee information sector, and lead constitutional reform
  • New Finance Minister gets down to budget preparation
  • Georgetown clean up continues
  • Granger aims to create bribe-free public sector
  • Sports

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Guyana: Capitol TV News Reports – 11 May 2015

Guyana: Capitol TV News Reports – 11 May 2015

  • Sophia Residents clash with police over “illegal” polling place
  • Elections Results from 11 P.M
  • Granger out early to vote
  • Nagamootoo, Harper confident after casting ballots
  • Kwame McKoy up to old tricks again
  • Video footage shows no assault on Mc Koy to injure him
  • Unity Coalition happy with turnout
  • PPP not sure about polls
  • Voting in Berbice
  • GECOM gives reassurances

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Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 20 April 2015

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 20 April 2015

  • Rohee dismisses questions about lynched effigies of Granger, Nagamootoo
  • Dataram, wife and others remanded on cocaine trafficking charge
  • APNU+AFC Opposition coalition holds meetings in Toronto
  • Jagdeo dodges court appearance on charges of issuing racially divisive statements
  • Teen girl murdered at dance
  • Sports

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Rohee dismisses questions about lynched effigies of Granger, Nagamootoo

Posted: 20 Apr 2015 08:04 PM PDT   Continue reading

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – March 4, 2015

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – March 4, 2015

  • APNU/AFC formally launch coalition
  • Granger, Nagamootoo speak of coalition’s objectives
  • Youths represent APNU/AFC Coalition at media lunch
  • Three Guyanese arrested in three days in NYC for  60 pounds of cocaine
  • Urling – of Blue Caps NGO, responds to speculation of him entering politics
  • Young activists chide PPP over its complaint about a project to get young voters out on May 11
  • Civil society organisations meet GECOM
  • A look at the Court
  • Sports

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The great betrayal: W. Rodney and R. Ramkarran – Freddie Kissoon

The great betrayal: W. Rodney and R. Ramkarran

JULY 31, 2013 | BY  | FREDDIE KISSOON

During the days of the Forbes Burnham regime when the Working People’s Alliance (WPA) bore the brunt of Burnham’s anger, the consensus among academics and political observers was that there was a mindset inside the Burnham Government that felt Walter Rodney was extremely impertinent to attack an African-led Government, therefore more attention should be paid to undermining the WPA than the overtly Indian adversary, the PPP.

Political activists and analysts argued that Burnham was implacably opposed to Rodney, Clive Thomas, Eusi Kwayana, Andaiye, Bonita Bone, Dr. Omawale, Tacuma Ogunseye and David Hinds, among others in the WPA, because he felt that they were betraying their race in trying to weaken a government whose fulcrum rested upon the embrace of African Guyanese.   Continue reading

AFC insists on Nagamootoo as new House Speaker

AFC insists on Nagamootoo as new House Speaker

DECEMBER 22, 2011 | BY  | FILED UNDER NEWS

The Alliance For Change (AFC) is adamant that Moses Nagamootoo is perfect for the post of Speaker of the National Assembly.
This was expressed by Chairman of the AFC, Khemraj Ramjattan, during the party’s weekly press conference at their Fourth Street, Campbellville, headquarters yesterday.
The People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) is recommending Senior Counsel, Ralph Ramkarran, to return as Speaker while A Partnership For National Unity (APNU) has endorsed attorney-at-law, Deborah Backer.
Leader of the AFC, Raphael Trotman, whose name was up in the air has withdrawn. Continue reading