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RPA pocketed $2.5M monthly from PPP Govt – Holder

RPA General Secretary Dharamkumar Seeraj guyana chronicle February 10, 2016  The privately-run Rice Producers’ Association (RPA) had pocketed a $2.5M subvention from the PPP administration over the past two decades, Agriculture Minister, Noel Holder told the National Assembly on Wednesday. An audit into the Guyana Rice Development Board (GRDB) had…

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Henry Jeffery, News, Stabroek

Benschop for mayor?

by henry jeffery I’d bet my bottom dollar that a substantial number of those who wanted to see the PPP/C out of government and supported the coalition are now extremely disappointed with the performance of the latter. The fear of a PPP/C return remains, but outside of the more diehard…

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Emergence of the first mass-based political organisation in British Guiana, and the General Elections of 1953

guyana chronicle, February 10, 2016  By Tota C. Mangar COLONIAL British Guiana had, by 1950, witnessed an intensification of constitutional and political struggle aimed at ensuring a greater measure of democracy and the attainment of internal self-government. In particular, the bauxite and sugar workers’ strikes of 1947 and 1948 had…

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BLACK HISTORY MONTH

guyana chronicle edtitorial February 10, 2016 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 informally…

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