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alan fenty, Clive Thomas, David Hinds' Media Comments, Stabroek, WPA

I prefer cash vouchers whenever the time and oil revenues arrive–Alan Fenty

By Stabroek News  October 15, 2019 Dear Editor, As the election campaign is manifested in all manner of ways one is “supplied” frequently, with issues which provoke thought, analysis, debate. One-time Working People’s Alliance (WPA) activist-leader Dr Clive Thomas seriously dangled a political carrot in front of the voting poor – inclusive…

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David Hinds Blog, Guyana Chronicle News, WPA

The emergence of the Coalition has allowed for an accompanying re-emergence of political plurality among African Guyanese

By Staff Reporter – guyana chronicle October 11, 2019    Dear Editor IN his most recent column (Give us a chance: To do what? Stabroek News October 9, 2019). Dr. Henry Jeffrey sought to make sense of part of President Granger’s appeal to his constituents at the recent  PNC rally at Linden….

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Clive Thomas, David Hinds' Media Comments, Demerara Waves, WPA

“APNU is not against cash grants” from oil money but more info needed -Granger ; WPA ready to negotiate modified proposal

Posted by: Denis Chabrol in Business, Economy, Elections, News, Politics October 9, 2019 President David Granger on Wednesday sought to dispel concerns that he is opposed to direct cash transfer of some oil revenues to Guyanese, even as the Working People’s Alliance (WPA) signaled that it was ready to modify its proposal with other political parties in A…

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