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Guyana needs maturity, not tantrums

guyana chronicle July 23, 2018    Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo – prime minister welcomes gov’t, opposition dialogue PRIME Minister Moses Nagamootoo said he is “undaunted” by tactics of Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo to remove him from the negotiating table between government and opposition, contending that the talks are not about…

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GANG OF EIGHT

moses nagamootoo guyana chronicle July 15, 2018    I WELCOME toshaos and village leaders who, from tomorrow, will be attending the 12th National Toshaos Council Conference in Georgetown, and I wish them all the best as they focus on matters to promote the continuing story of development and transformation in…

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Political processes and power

By moses nagamootoo, guyana chronicle July 8, 2018 NOW that he has been legally scratched from the presidential race and is facing an avalanche of fresh interest for his replacement, the Opposition Leader was quick to blame “Nagamootoo’s ego”; “Nagamootoo’s ambition”; “Nagamootoo’s opportunism” for the political mudslide in which he finds…

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Coalition formidable– PM points to shake-up in political demographics in Amerindian communities – WPA Hinds calls for more meetings of parties

By Staff Reporter -guyana chronicle June 25, 2018    Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo THE A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) and the Alliance For Change (AFC) coalition government remains “a very cohesive and formidable political force”, Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo said Sunday. In an interview with the Guyana Chronicle, the prime minister…

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OUR STUDENTS, OUR HOPE

By Moses Nagamootoo Guyana chronicle November 11, 2017    THROUGHOUT Guyana, students are graduating from high schools. Many will proceed to colleges and universities; some will enter the world of work; while others will seek vocational training, enter family businesses or wait for an opportunity to make an honest living. For…

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PHANTOM OF THE OPERA

guyana chronicle November 5, 2017 ALMOST nearing mid-point in its first five-year term in office, the APNU+AFC coalition government has pulled Guyana from the abyss of an underground economy, pervasive corruption and political despair. The fight-back has created the contours of an orderly, law-governed and stable democracy that has given…

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