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January 2020

Stabroek News

Mr Rohee should clarify exactly what he meant

By Stabroek News  January 30, 2020 Dear Editor, My great grandfather, Duncan Rohee, who helped raise me and my siblings, was someone who instilled in all of us the importance of taking great care and being very clear with meaning. I thought of him on Tuesday when I read Clement Rohee’s letter…

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Guyana Chronicle News

‘We’ll put oil money in your homes’…President promises cash grants for families with school children

By Navendra Seoraj -January 30, 2020 guyana chronicle    President David Granger addressing thousands of APNU+AFC supporters on Wednesday (Carl Croker photo) -tells residents of Reg. 2 that they will not be left out -says PPP/C stymied progress in the region through local authorities By Navendra Seoraj AMID a diverse group of…

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Henry Jeffrey, Stabroek News

The promise of the 2020 elections

By Henry Jeffrey  stabroek news January 29, 2020 Small and insignificant as Guyana is and will continue to be for some time as the robber barons are left largely unmanaged to do as they please, its politics has been a fantastic tapestry of intrigue. For half a century, geopolitics intervened and…

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Guyana Chronicle News

One good term deserves another

By Staff Reporter – guyana chronicle January 26, 2020    Minister of Public Service, Tabitha Sarabo-Halley – ‘Your government is listening to you… we will continue to invest in your education, entrepreneurship & agriculture’ …Minister Sarabo-Halley tells Golden Grove rally By Naomi Parris ON Friday evening, the East Coast of Demerara came…

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Henry Jeffrey, Stabroek News

The immediate task of small parties

By Henry Jeffrey stabroek news  January 22, 2020 In a letter last Saturday, Dr. Vishnu Bisram argued more or less successfully for the formation of alliances by small political parties and for the Guyana Elections Commission to give them as much space as possible to achieve this goal (SN:18/01/2020). However, when it came…

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