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David Hinds’ Media Comments

David Hinds' Media Comments, Kaieteur News

Failure to address campaign finance reform will hurt Guyana – with oil money on the way, Govt. must act now, says Dr. Hinds

 Feb 05, 2018 kaieteur  News If the coalition administration is serious about ridding the election process of dirty money and other suspect forms of fiscal support, then it must act with some level of urgency when it comes to reforms for campaign financing. This viewpoint was recently posited by Executive Member of…

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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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David Hinds' Media Comments

The Dominant Party Mentality in Guyana’s Politics

huffington post 01/04/2018 09:25 am ET I explained in One Caribbean and Other Essays that one of issues with Caribbean politics has been a two-party system in which Caribbean countries typically rotate between two corrupt political parties. As George Lemming, the Barbadian author, explained, there typically is no significant ideological difference between these…

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David Hinds' Media Comments, Guyana Times

Coalition Govt not practising transformative politics…being managed sadly as single-party unit – David Hinds …admits ethnic cohesion is heart of social cohesion

December 30, 2017 guyana times By Michael Younge The ruling People’s National Congress (PNC)-led A Partnership for National Unity and Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) coalition Government is not practising transformative politics and is being managed as a single party as opposed to a multi-party structure in which life is given…

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David Hinds' Media Comments, Stabroek

Donald Ramotar criticises State House green paint -David Hinds acknowledges political ramifications

 By stabroek news Staff Writer december 4, 2017 Former President Donald Ramotar has strongly criticised the painting of State House in green while Working People’s Alliance (WPA) executive and political analyst David Hinds says that the colouring can have political ramifications for the governing coalition. “You can argue that painting government buildings…

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