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CoI into the violence of 2002-2008

guyana chronicle editorial February 4, 2018    WE welcome the government’s decision to launch the long-awaited Commission of Inquiry (CoI) into the violence that had bedeviled Guyana between 2002 and 2008. It was one of the most frightening periods in the modern history of our country — the country had…

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Celebrating Black History

guyana chronicle editorial February 5, 2018    THIS month, the USA and Canada observe Black History Month, in recognition of the contributions of Black people to the history of those countries. Although it is not an official observance in other parts of the African Diaspora, it has, over time, become…

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David Hinds Blog, Guyana Chronicle News

Commissions of Inquiry

By David Hinds February 4, 2018 guyana chronicle    POLITICIANS are a special breed—they never fail to amaze you. There is a kind of barefacedness about their utterances and actions that makes you wonder if they should be leading people and nations. As a student of politics, I make allowances for…

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Campaign finance reform legislation

 David Hinds -January 27, 2018 guyana chronicle    OVER the next two years, Guyana is expected to hold two elections—the local government elections later this year and the general elections in 2020. Despite promises of campaign finance reform, the government is yet to tackle this troublesome area of our political process….

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Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

guyana chronicle editorial January 14, 2018    TOMORROW the world remembers the life and contributions of the drum-major of the American Civil Rights Movement, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This year we celebrate his birthday on the 50th anniversary of his assassination, which occurred on that fateful night of April…

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David Hinds' Media Comments, Guyana Chronicle News

Great relief

guyana chronicle January 11, 2018    Abdullah Rahaman Majeed …Sugar workers, PSC hail $2B severance payout PRESIDENT David Granger’s announcement that $2B in severance will be paid out to the affected sugar workers by the end of January has been greeted with great joy in the sugar belt and the…

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