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mosa telford, Stabroek

True evil

By Mosa Telford stabroek news september 22, 2018 “I was raped,” she said. Stunned by her confession, I wondered: Should I hug her? Should I tell her it was not her fault and that she would be fine? She was not and the path of self-destruction she had chosen finally made sense….

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David Hinds' Media Comments, Kaieteur News

Since 2015 elections, anticorruption no longer centre piece of Govt.’s agenda –Dr. Hinds

 Sep 22, 2018  News “During the 2015 elections, the APNU+AFC Party campaigned on the promise of fighting corruption. But since assuming office, anticorruption is no longer the centre piece of Government’s agenda.” Those were the words of Executive Member of the Working People’s Alliance (WPA), Dr. David Hinds as he reflected…

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KNEWS-Freddie Kissoon

Bharrat Jagdeo embarrassed Robeson Benn

 Sep 22, 2018  Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon In local lingo, when someone proves that your point is unworthy of discussion because it is stupid, they say that “de man dis yuh.” Well, it looks like Bharrat Jagdeo “dis” Robeson Benn. Jagdeo frowned on Benn’s explanation of why Pradoville 2 was built….

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Henry Jeffery, Stabroek

Is the government winging it?

By Henry Jeffrey STABROEK NEWS SEPT 19, 2018 That some very poor and costly decisions in Guyana’s budding oil and gas sector have recently been visited upon Guyanese is now sufficiently established. We expect political decisions in competitive democratic societies to be marginally suboptimal: although usually done in the country’s name, they…

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Demerara Waves

APNU had considered parties contesting Local Govt Elections separately- sources; Granger stresses importance of strong political organisations

Posted by: Denis Chabrol in News, Politics September 18, 2018 A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) had toyed with the idea of each of the five parties under its umbrella contesting the 2018 Local Government Elections separately to test their strength on the ground, but APNU Chairman, David Granger has brushed aside the question. “I’m…

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