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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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Freddie Kissoon assault trial……Court finds compelling evidence against accused trio

 Nov 17, 2017  kaieteur news Court Stories,  Principal Magistrate Judy Latchman yesterday ruled that based upon the evidence lead by the prosecution team against three men accused of throwing fecal matter on newspaper columnist and social activist Frederick Kissoon, she is of the opinion that a prima facie case has been established…

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Disruptive behavior during President’s address…I would have asked them to leave, or called the police to get them out if they refused- Former Speaker Sase Narain

kaieteur news  Nov 06, 2017  News Former Speaker of the National Assembly, Sase Narain, said he would have sanctioned the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Members of Parliament (MPs) for their behavior inside the House during the President’s address last Thursday. Narain told Kaieteur News that he would have stopped the sitting and…

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A case of the jumbie and the coffin

 Nov 05, 2017 , My Column adam harris kaieteur news The coalition government has been accused of many things, some of which were orchestrated by the opposition. For one, it has been accused of a slowdown in the economy. Just the other day, businesses were complaining about a downturn. They all claimed that…

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