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Guyana: Latest Elections Updates – Thursday 14 May 2015

Latest Elections Updates – Thursday 14 May 2015

President Donald Ramotar (centre) speaking at Freedom House.  At left is PPP Secretary Zulfikar Mustapha. At right is party official Ganga Persaud.

Ramotar not conceding election, wants total recount

@ 3.30 pm – President Donald Ramotar has refused to concede that the PPP/C has lost the 2015 general elections and while saying that the party has won, has called for a total recount of all the votes. “I cannot concede that I lost this election,” he told reporters at a PPP/C press conference at Freedom House this afternoon. [Read more]

Swami Aksharananda calls on PPP/C to concede elections   Continue reading

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 13 May 2015

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 13 May 2015

  • GECOM meets Granger and Team.
  • PPP challenges count of some ballots in all ten electoral districts
  • PPP disputes count of ballots in some areas
  • Carter Centre urges country to move forward
  • US Embassy wants smooth transition of new government
  • Diplomats make recommendations to improve electoral process
  • Commonwealth Observers hail elections process
  • Business still slow in Capital City- Georgetown
  • Sports

Click links below to view the TV News videos:-   Continue reading

US embassy warns citizens about flying on Caribbean Airlines

US embassy warns citizens about flying on Caribbean Airlines

Caribbean_Airlines_logo-600x270Sunday, 09 February 2014

The United States (US) embassy in Guyana on Sunday February 9, warned American citizens not to fly on Caribbean Airlines flights from Monday to Wednesday because of “threat” information.

“The Embassy has received unconfirmed threat information relating to Caribbean Airlines flights destined for the United States departing on Monday, February 10, 2014,” said the embassy on its Facebook Page and website.

An embassy official, when contacted, declined to say how the threat was received and said officials here could not go beyond the statement.  Continue reading

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