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Ramon Gaskin may get three votes

 Nov 13, 2017  Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon I read that Ramon Gaskin has announced that he is thinking of forming a political party for the 2020 elections. Speaking at a forum at the National Library, he told his tiny-sized audience; “We are tending in that direction to launch this new thing…

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David Granger, the classical Burnhamist

 Nov 12, 2017  Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon I know of only two classical Burnhamists in Guyana – President Granger and Vincent Alexander. I would not put my longstanding family member, friend, Ras Tom Dalgety in that category, although Tom is very much an excessive admirer of Burnham. Tom’s essential approach to…

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Nagamootoo’s “Phantom of the Opera”

 Nov 11, 2017  Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon In an article by Moses Nagamootoo in the Chronicle headlined, “Phantom of the Opera,” he applies the term to Bharrat Jagdeo. He wrote, “But Opposition Leader, Bharat Jagdeo, one-time president, also wanted centre-stage and, like the Phantom of the Opera, he came back to…

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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in Pradoville One

 Nov 07, 2017  Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon Former President Donald Ramotar sits in the comfort of his home in Pradoville 1 and sends off missives to the newspapers that if they were not facetious ramblings, you would be inclined to see them as disgusting lyrics from a jaded, faded, ill-fated mandarin….

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My life: A reply to the PPP

 Nov 05, 2017  Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon  The PPP issued a press release in which it stated inter alia; “The truth is under Jagdeo’s Administration, Paul Slowe’s upward mobility in the Force landed him the post of Assistant Commissioner of Police. However and most importantly under the PPP’s administration, there was…

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