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PNC War Room, PPP Situation Room (Part 2) Four (4) “consideration points”: Emancipation

 A. A. Fenty stabroek news august 2, 2019 Despite excellent delaying strategies by His Excellency’s People’s National Congress (PNC) dominance, circumstances – dictated from without – have now propelled all interested into top-flight elections mode. Three weeks ago, we invited you to consider speculation, facts from some leaked intelligence and some…

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Elections: Fear of losing (what)

Children and workers during Guyana’s `summer’ A. A. Fenty  stabroek news july 26, 2019 Maintaining relevance: Reasonings and groundings (Reasonably certain that today’s offering will finally be among the most brief.) Repetition beckons as I remind you-all of my own conclusions regarding (local) general elections. Firstly, I like a few thousands,…

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To all non-tribalist voters: Observe, decide… `You get de laan? De Loan? Houses? Thank Charrandass!’Afros–Alan Fenty

 A. A. Fenty stabroek news July 19, 2019  Hello friends, hello critics. My simple ageing mind wishes to simplify the advice implicit in my lead caption – non tribalist, observation, analysis, decision, hopefully a national objective decision regarding which political group you prefer in government beyond 2019 A little about my…

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Insider sneak peek: PNC, PPP campaign strategies -Oh well, the (convicted) killers will live

 A. A. Fenty stabroek news july 12, 2019 -I’ve been telling you! Staying B.A.M.N The seven decades-long political behemoths to stalk this once-pristine Guyana land – as political parties – have begun, in earnest, their election strategies to retain or reclaim governmental dominion over us. The People’s National Congress (PNC) and People’s Progressive…

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Ethnic politics is a nightmare on the brain

By Henry Jeffrey January 23, 2019 stabroek news   Share   Last week, I promised that this column ‘using practical examples, … will consider governance arrangements that are more appropriate to our conditions and that will conclusively and most equitably address the African political dilemma.’ However, last Monday, I read a letter by M. Alves…

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