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Kaieteur News, ronald sanders

Identity and dignity lost with the CCJ

 Nov 11, 2018  Features / Columnists, Ronald Sanders By Sir Ronald Sanders The referenda, held individually in Antigua and Barbuda and Grenada, on replacing the British Judicial Committee of the Privy Council with the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) on November 6, were lost for the same reason that Brexit succeeded in…

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Guyana Times, ravi dev

How the vote will go

November 4, 2018  The Disciplined Forces just voted in the LGE. While the turnout was light – as it usually is at LGEs – the pattern will follow historical trends — as will the vote on Nov 12 — and cleave along ethnic lines. The AFC will be wiped out….

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Kaieteur News, lincoln lewis

Serious questions about Sam Hinds ‘moral authority’ in call for equal treatment for sugar and bauxite workers

 Oct 07, 2018  Eye on Guyana with Lincoln Lewis, Features / Columnists Politicians make a fundamental mistake thinking they are invincible, and the table would never turn. This fact is exemplified in Sam Hinds’ letters which he always signs off as “Former Prime Minister and President.” His prefix to the titles serves…

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in the diaspora, lincoln lewis, Stabroek

Teachers’ recent strike and workers pursuit of the respect for Collective Bargaining

By Staff Writer stabroek news september 10, 2018 Lincoln Lewis By Lincoln Lewis Lincoln Lewis brings more than three decades of local, regional and international trade union experience. Served in the capacities as General Secretary, Guyana Bauxite and General Workers Union (1981 to present); President (1993-1995) and General Secretary (1999-present), Guyana…

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