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January 12, 2018

barrington braithwaite, Guyana Chronicle News

The necessary foundation toward cohesion is the shattering of age-old political myths

barrington braithwaite guyana chronicle January 11, 2018    I recently attended Dr. Paloma Mohamed’s professional lecture on December 6, titled ‘The Fear Factor, Race, Oil and Reforming Guyana’ at the UG Lecture Theatre. Dr Mohammed touched fervently on the question of Social Cohesion and its tremendous necessity for the betterment…

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Why did the PPP go to India?

STABROEK NEWS January 12, 2018 Dear Editor, It was widely reported that the PPP sent 17 of its members of parliament to the first People of Indian Origin (PIO) Parliamentarian Conference in New Delhi, India. This is a welcome development but it comes 75 years too late. Given the PPP’s…

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KNEWS-Freddie Kissoon

Fiscal space, billboard face, sugar disgrace, bonus ace

 Jan 12, 2018  Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon  It was hardly an exhilarating year in Guyana in 2017. Across Guyana, state and society failed. If you disagree with the word “failed” because it is too harsh, then substitute, “unimpressive” but don’t go near adjectives such as “elegant,” “successful,” “inspiring.” It was another…

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David Hinds' Media Comments, Guyana Chronicle News

Great relief

guyana chronicle January 11, 2018    Abdullah Rahaman Majeed …Sugar workers, PSC hail $2B severance payout PRESIDENT David Granger’s announcement that $2B in severance will be paid out to the affected sugar workers by the end of January has been greeted with great joy in the sugar belt and the…

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