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Guyana Carribean Leaders

Stabroek, Walter Rodney

Rodney’s message to African Guyanese today would most likely have been to urge them not to be used by the PNC again to go against their own interests

stabroek news letter june 13, 2018 Dear Editor, June 13, 2018 is exactly thirty-eight years since Walter Rodney was assassinated by the PNC regime. It is a very significant anniversary, since Rodney would have been dead as long as he lived, thirty-eight years.  Yet, this young man’s life is still…

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Clive Thomas, Stabroek

Thomas calls for local ownership of corruption fight

By Thandeka Percival stabroek news Members of the Transparency Institute of Guyana Inc. yesterday participating in the anti-corruption walk organised by the State Assets Recovery Agency (SARA) with support from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. See story on page 3 (Terrence Thompson photo) With the State Assets Recovery Agency…

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Clive Thomas, Demerara Waves

International documents show “massive scale of corruption and money laundering” during Jagdeo era -SARA

Posted by: Denis Chabrol  April 20, 2018 The Head of the State Assets Recovery Agency , Professor Clive Thomas says evidence from international law enforcement agencies have revealed a “massive scale of corruption and money laundering” during the period that Bharrat Jagdeo served as Guyana’s President. “Documents received from external Law Enforcement Agencies…

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Clive Thomas, Demerara Waves

Professor Clive Thomas no longer listed as Guysuco director; new directors still listed in company registry

Posted by: Denis Chabrol in Business, News, Politics April 16, 2018 0 Comments Cabinet is yet to announce a new Chairman and other directors of the state-owned Guyana Sugar Corporation (Guysuco), although Finance Minister Winston Jordan has said new directors announced in early March have been scrapped. Jordan has said Cabinet Secretary Joseph Harmon prematurely announced…

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Clive Thomas, Stabroek

Better late than never or too little too late?

By Dr Clive Thomas December 3, 2017  stabroek news Introduction Last week’s column argued that, the best use of Guyana’s oil wealth would be strategic spending on, and through, a dedicated Ministry of Renewable Energy. Only such a body would be capable of the measured and fierce competitions required to ensure Guyana’s hydrocarbons…

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