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Govt. will pay dearly for ignoring the people’s concerns- TIGI Head– seems to have chosen int’l companies over country

kaieteur news  Nov 21, 2017  News  By Abena Rockcliffe-Campbell The government’s oblivion with regards to the nation’s concerns over the developing oil and gas industry is causing many to think that the anti-corruption and pro-transparency stance it took was merely a veneer used to gain the people’s trust. President of Transparency…

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Concerns over how our courts interpret the Constitution

 kaieteur news Nov 20, 2017  Letters Dear Editor, Judges can promote social order when they use a clear interpretation methodology and display it in their rulings. The predictability and consistency so produced would enable lawmakers to better craft legislation, knowing in advance how courts will interpret the law. More so, public…

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mosa telford, Stabroek

Letter to Kescia

By Mosa Telford November 18, 2017 stabroek news Dear Kescia, Your name will not be forgotten. Your relatives and friends and colleagues and the thespians will make sure of that. For days, I fought with idea of penning my thoughts, finding it difficult to even start for never would I have imagined that…

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KNEWS-Freddie Kissoon

The AFC and WPA overseas groups are hypocrites

 Nov 20, 2017  Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon Two men, Laurence Williams and Tameswhar Lilmohan, living in a beautiful country – Canada- woke up one day, ran out of their respective bedrooms onto their respective snow filled lawns and shouted out, “Eureka, Eureka.” The neighbours did not summon the police but instead…

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KNEWS-Freddie Kissoon

A bullet, a magistrate, a road, a sign

 Nov 18, 2017  Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon We had two horrible prison mayhems that gave this county a hideous image on the international scene. One will remain one of the most violent incidents in the history of the CARICOM countries – the central prison was burnt down. In the other one,…

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