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WPA nominates Tabitha Sarabo-Halley to replace Roopnaraine as MP

stabroek news april 14, 2019 Tabitha Sarabo-Halley (Department of Public Information photo) As the Working People’s Alliance (WPA) yesterday called on Guyanese youth to firmly press for their inclusion in government and policy making processes, party sources confirmed that it has recommended that Tabitha Sarabo-Halley replace Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine as…

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WPA identifies Roopnaraine’s replacement…awaiting confirmation from President

By Guyana Chronicle April 13, 2019    Tabitha Sarabo-Halley WITH Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine’s resignation from the Parliament, his party – the Working People’s Alliance (WPA) has identified a replacement but is awaiting confirmation from President David Granger. Dr. Roopnaraine, and former Public Service and Education Minister, tendered his resignation recently in…

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‘Integrity on the line’ David Hinds urges Irfaan Ali to come clean on academic qualifications

 stabroek news  April 8, 2019 Irfaan Ali PPP/C presidential candidate Irfaan Ali should urgently address concerns about the authenticity of his academic qualifications since his integrity is on the line,  Working People’s Alliance (WPA) executive Dr David Hinds says. The political analyst and Professor of Politics at Arizona State University explained…

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KNEWS-Freddie Kissoon

What this very prominent citizen told me

 Apr 10, 2019  Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon One of the most nationally known citizens in this country said a thing to me that, days after, caused me to think of how destructive party politics is to poor, underdeveloped Guyana. This individual is well respected in Guyana and, in my estimation, has…

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