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October 2019

Guyana Chronicle News

Sharma Solomon recommits to PNCR…says fallout out with party allowed him to redefine self, ‘political maturing’

By Svetlana Marshall – guyana chronicle October 31, 2019    Former Region 10 Regional Chairman, Sharma Solomon …sees APNU+AFC as only viable government to take Guyana into next era of economic development Maintaining his mantra of ‘service to the people,’ Sharma Solomon, the former chairman of Region 10, said he intends to…

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David Hinds Blog, Kaieteur News

GUYANESE IDENTITY

 Oct 27, 2019  Features / Columnists, Hinds’ Sight with Dr. David Hinds   The issue of what some simplistically call “hyphenated Guyanese” has bubbled to the surface again. It seems as if some people are bent on causing more confusion among the population. We already have to deal with the negative consequences of…

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Henry Jeffrey, Stabroek News, WPA

Unnecessarily dithering on UBI

By Henry Jeffrey stabroek news  October 23, 2019 There is a belief in some quarters that the present universal basic income (UBI) debate is being motivated by the wish to gain political popularity and win votes at the 2020 elections and such is the nature of democratic politics. Therefore, it is quite…

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David Hinds Blog, Kaieteur News

I am also Guyanese

 Oct 23, 2019  Letters DEAR EDITOR, There has been a minor exchange over the major issue of identity in another newspaper between Ms. Ryhann Shah and Mr. John Mair. Mr. Mair, as some Guyanese often do, sought to silence ethnic identity. Ms. Shah was moved to correctly assert her Indian identity…

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David Hinds' Media Comments, Guyana Chronicle News

Too little too late–‘voters in no mood to experiment’, says WPA’s David Hinds of advent of new political parties

By Lisa Hamilton -October 21, 2019 guyana chronicle    Working People’s Alliance (WPA) Executive Member, Dr. David Hinds WITH just months before new General and Regional Elections, several new political parties have sprung up to contest against the country’s two major political rivals, the ruling A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change…

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