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Stabroek News, tacuma ogunseye, WPA

Ogunseye asks APNU+AFC supporters to give coalition another chance -acknowledges gov’t shortcomings

Tacuma Ogunseye By Stabroek News January 19, 2020 Acknowledging that the APNU+AFC coalition government has made mistakes, Working People’s Alliance (WPA) Executive Member Tacuma Ogunseye on Friday night urged forgiveness and pleaded with supporters to vote at the March 2 general and regional elections.  “Every vote is important,” said Ogunseye, emphasising…

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Sir Clive Lloyd

guyana chronicle By Staff Reporter -January 17, 2020    WHEN the news broke that former Guyana and West Indies cricket captain Clive Lloyd was knighted by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II in her recent New Years Honours List, many Guyanese and West Indians expressed their delight. Lloyd, and his former teammate, Barbados and…

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Ralph Ramkarran, Stabroek News

Campaign Finance Reform

By Ralph Ramkarran January 5, 2020  The financing of political campaigns without accountability can lead to corruption and it often does. This is the reason why there are campaign finance laws. In many countries, these laws are extensive and are enforced. Several election cycles ago in Guyana the issue of the…

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KNEWS-Freddie Kissoon

The African-Guyanese woman many Indians wrongly dislike

 Jan 08, 2020  Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon Yesterday, I was in an early morning telephonic conversation with David Hinds when I alerted him to a beautiful, incisive, insightful, reflecting, contemplative expression of thought by Professor Kean Gibson in the form of a letter in another newspaper yesterday. Just a brief digression;…

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Henry Jeffrey, Stabroek News

A dark and slippery place

By Henry Jeffrey stabroek news  January 8, 2020 During one of his parliamentary budget presentations, then minister responsible for local government, Harripersaud Nokta, gave a list of what the PPP/C intended to accomplish in the sector over the coming year. A shout came from the opposition side: ‘what is your vision for the…

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