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Guyana Politics – Life is not easy for those in power – By Adam Harris

Eye On Issues: Making sense of the mini-reshuffle – by GHK Lall

Eye On Issues: Making sense of the mini-reshuffle – by GHK Lall

I think that President Granger had no choice in the matter of the former Minister of Health.  He gave it time, and resisted serious pressure to jettison the embattled minister.  It is why I commend him for taking the action he did recently.  Now for some more details as to how I read these developments.

For starters, the former health boss, Hon George Norton, would have been ushered out earlier, more abruptly, and very signally.  But the man is a longstanding stalwart, who was just returned as party Vice Chairman in the midst of crisis and snafus.    Continue reading

President recommends establishment of National Indigenous People’s Authority

NTC Conference commences…President recommends establishment of Nat’l Indigenous People’s Authority

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During the opening of the 10th Annual National Toshaos Council (NTC) conference, which kicked off yesterday at the Arthur Chung Convention Centre, Liliendaal, President David Granger recommended the establishment of a National Indigenous People’s Authority (NIPA).

Photo: President Granger greets a participant of the National Toshaos Council Conference, as its Chairman, Joel Fredericks (third from right) and Minister of Indigenous People’s Affairs, Sydney Allicock (left of the President) look on. (Ministry of the Presidency Photo)    Continue reading

Guyana – This Week with the President – November 21, 2015

This Week with the President – November 21, 2015

  1. Improving security – Guyana Police Force.
  2. Condolences to France for attacks in Paris.
  3. University of Guyana Graduation 2015.
  4. Tutorial High School Graduation.
  5. Villages and Education – Self Reliance and Development.
  6. Guyana Defence Force (GDF) – 50th Anniversary Celebrations.
  7. Scouting in Guyana – meeting with the President.
  8. New Zealand cooperation with Guyana.
  9. President’s College Alumni offer support for College improvements.

GUYANA – Capitol TVNews Videos – 19 November 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 19 November 2015

  • Women busted for cocaine smuggling, in strange places
  • NIS increasing efficiency in record keeping
  • Public Health improvements
  • Crime Control and Military: Not your call Ramotar, says President Granger
  • Education: Technology boost for schools
  • Sports

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GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 18 November 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 18 November 2015

  • No real VAT relief yet for consumers
  • UG students seeking facilities fees refund
  • New vendors face city fees
  • President Granger signs book of condolence for French terror victims
  • Criminals told beware
  • Teachers Union anxious to have agreement honoured
  • Sports

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Guyana – Capitol TV News Videos – 13 November 2015

Guyana – Capitol TV News Videos – 13 November 2015

  • Police sending strong message to criminals
  • Talks between responsible agencies ongoing to clear clogged canals
  • Salvation Army gets support from President Granger
  • Trade unionist calls for action in prosecutions
  • Food and Art meet in a restaurant
  • Sports
  • Permanent Secretary of the Public Security Ministry passes away

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GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 24 October 2015 – – Kaieteur News

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 24 October 2015  – – Kaieteur News 

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Government to slash free-for-all concessions – President Granger

OCTOBER 24, 2015 | FILED UNDER NEWS  —  Billions of dollars in tax waivers granted annually by the previous administration to largely businesses and others were highly unsustainable for the country. It will not continue in such an uncontrolled manner under the current government, promises President David Granger. Granger said that the $63B in tax waivers quoted in the report of the Auditor […]

New GPC still to deliver on four-year-old drug contract

OCTOBER 24, 2015 | FILED UNDER NEWS – New Guyana Pharmaceutical Corporation (GPC), the previous administration’s largest supplier of drugs and medical supplies, was still benefiting from large contracts, mere days before the administration’s last financial year came to an end. This information was laid bare in the audited accounts of Government’s expenditure. The accounts were tabled in the National Assembly on Thursday […]

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GUYANA – Latest News Articles – 17 September 2015

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