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Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 12 May 2015

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 12 May 2015

  • THE APNU+AFC COALITION IS PROJECTED TO WIN THE GUYANA ELECTIONS
  • Granger calls for calm as they wait for results continues.
  • GECOM slow in giving results.
  • Businesses not sure what to do after yesterday’s polls
  • Private sector and Western Diplomats give voting day thumbs up.
  • GECOM releases first set of Preliminary results
  • Opposition Coalition says PPP can’t catch them after 88% of Statements in.
  • Sports

THE APNU+AFC COALITION IS PROJECTED TO WIN THE GUYANA ELECTIONS

Posted: 12 May 2015 03:30 PM PDT   Continue reading

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 24 April 2015

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 24 April 2015

  • Ramotar reprimands Health Minister over abuse of activist Nageer
  • Increased salaries, other benefits for security sector if coalition wins
  • Ramotar will have to “address” Best’s endorsement of coalition– Luncheon
  • Young opposition coalition leaders say promises will be kept
  • Kazakhstan wants improved ties with Guyana, CARICOM
  • Sports

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Ramotar reprimands Health Minister over abuse of activist Nageer

Posted: 24 Apr 2015 07:09 PM PDT    Continue reading

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 01 April 2015

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 01 April 2015

  • Post office robbed $90M; gang holds Police escort at gunpoint
  • Rights groups demand more measures to protect women
  • Debate between Ramotar, Granger almost certain
  • GT&T says rolling out “blazing fast internet speeds
  • Opposition coalition says will secure sugar industry
  • Another Look at Courts
  • Sports

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Post office robbed $90M; gang holds Police escort at gunpoint

Posted: 01 Apr 2015 02:09 PM PDT                 Continue reading

Crafting the Budget is Gov’t business – President Ramotar

Crafting the budget is gov’t business – President Ramotar

Demerara Waves – January 13, 2012

President Donald Ramotar has shot down an APNU request for the opposition to have more than a consultative role in the crafting of the 2012 national budget saying that that is the business of his minority government.

Chairman of opposition coalition APNU David Granger on Thursday said they were looking for a budget hammered out by the three parliamentary parties and not just mere consultations as the government has agreed on.

“They both (APNU and AFC) agreed that they will send their persons to the Ministry of Finance to consult with Dr. (Ashni) Singh on the budget and as far as I’m aware they haven’t done so but I have no intention of abdicating the responsibility of the government, this is our responsibility, not Mr. Granger’s,” Ramotar declared Friday at his first news conference as president.

Granger told reporters Thursday that they do not want monies to be “squirrelled away” in areas where the National Assembly has no scrutiny.   read more

—- Post #1023

APNU supporters march again to protest results

APNU supporters march again to protest results

December 2,2011 – Demerara Waves

A large contingent of supporters of the opposition coalition A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) marched through the streets of Georgetown to the Kingston headquarters of the Elections Commission to press demands for an all-party reconciliation of Statements of Poll in Monday’s polls.

Police ranks kept a close eye on the peaceful crowd which has massed beyond the barriers at Lamaha and Main Streets, about 100 yards from the Commission.

The gathering, which included former senior officers of the Guyana Defence Force (GDF), was vociferous but peaceful. The march was incident free.  Continue reading

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