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The idea of Guyana: Notepads and derelict fridges

 Nov 24, 2017  Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon Prime Minister of St. Vincent, Ralph Gonsalves in 2014 did an analysis titled, “The Idea of Barbados.” His analysis was published in Barbados Today and attracted widespread academic response. Gonsalves posits that the central core of the post-colonial British West Indies is Barbados. He…

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GUYANA’S UNDIGNIFIED PARLIAMENT

 Nov 05, 2017  Features / Columnists, Peeping Tom The ruckus which broke out in parliament on Thursday was an accident waiting to happen. The decline in standards in the National Assembly has been long in the making. The ruckus which the PPPC created was merely reflective of a process of ongoing decline…

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Who killed Vincent Teekah?

 Oct 31, 2017  Features / Columnists, Peeping Tom kaieteur news Vincent Teekah, a defector from the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) to the People’s National Congress PNC) was killed on October 24, 1979. The PNC government claimed that Teekah was assassinated. Burnham threatened to” repay this foul deed.” Burnham was extremely fond of Teekah….

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Bad faith

 Oct 27, 2017  Features / Columnists, kaieteur news Peeping Tom The Leader of the Opposition Bharrat Jagdeo, has said that it was previously agreed between himself and the President, that should the third list of nominees for the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission be rejected, a bipartisan committee would be established…

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Ramjattan’s future is in Trotman’s hands

 Aug 02, 2017  Features / Columnists, kaieteur news Peeping Tom Khemraj Ramjattan, the Minister of Public Security, is likely to become the next victim of a Cabinet change. There are forces egging on the President to dismiss Mr. Ramjattan by daring the President to show that he can do. His position has…

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The WPA’s gambit

 Jul 20, 2017  Features / Columnists, kaieteur news Peeping Tom   The Working People’s Alliance has made a daring political gambit. It has cornered the President of Guyana, using his own words. According to the WPA, it was the President’s position that all of the parties which constitute the coalition government have a…

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The PNC’s revenge

Jul 05, 2017 Features / kaieteur news  Peeping Tom  The People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) has never forgiven the Working People’s Alliance for what that party did to Forbes Burnham. The PNCR has harbored all these years the ill-feelings about the WPA and its role in destroying the credibility of…

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THE WPA WAS BEING SIDELINED

Jun 22, 2017 Features / Columnists, Peeping Tom The President does not feel that the Working People’s Alliance is being sidelined. But he has not made any compelling arguments to support his position. The logic of the President is that all of the parties in the coalition are represented in…

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