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Guyana Chronicle News

Desmond Trotman gets the nod

By Svetlana Marshall guyana chronicle November 24, 2017    WPA executive, Desmond Trotman …to replace Sandra Jones as GECOM commissioner FORMER Member of Parliament and Working Peoples Alliance executive, Desmond Trotman has been selected to replace Sandra Jones at the Guyana Elections Commission, a well-placed source has confirmed. Trotman will be sworn…

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Demerara Waves

Govt violated Constitution in blocking Police promotions- High Court

Posted by: Denis Chabrol in Courts, News, Politics November 22, 2017 Chief Justice, Roxane George-Wiltshire on Wednesday ruled that the Executive violated Guyana’s constitution by instructing the Police Service Commission (PSC) not to proceed with the promotion of several senior officers of the Guyana Police Force. The High Court also awarded GY$200,000 in costs to Attorney-at-Law,…

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Henry Jeffery, Stabroek

Equality: a requirement for justice

By Henry Jeffrey stabroek news Last week two events were reported that deserve some comment. The first had to do with the case between DIPCON Engineering Limited and the Attorney General (AG) of Guyana before the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), which the AG, Mr. Basil Williams, lost and which means that…

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KNEWS-Freddie Kissoon

The apostaxis of ACDA’s Apan Jaat

 Nov 22, 2017  Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon TUC President, Lincoln Lewis, wrote the following in his article last Sunday; “None other than ACDA saw it worthy to come on my Facebook page, accusing me of joining with others to undermine the PNC.” I haven’t seen a denial from ACDA since Lewis’s…

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Demerara Waves, Uncategorized

Race, age, PNC rigged elections record, no internal consultation are major concerns in AFC executive about GECOM Chairman; Ramjattan unfazed about e-mail leaks by “rogue elements”

Denis Chabrol in demerara waves November 22, 2017   As more leaked email  show major agreements in the Alliance For Change’s (AFC) executive over President David Granger’s unilateral appointment of the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), party chairman Khemraj Ramjattan on Wednesday welcomed the departure of two Canada-based aggrieved executive…

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Stabroek

Coalition relations

stabroek news esitorial november 20, 2017 With the GECOM chairmanship now to be adjudicated by the courts and the likelihood of appeals, it is worthwhile addressing what the controversy has disclosed about the governing coalition, particularly the relationship between the executive/presidency/APNU and the AFC. A statement on November 16 from…

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Stabroek

AFC wants revision of Cummingsburg Accord by Feb 14

stabroek news november 21, 2017 The meeting of the AFC’s National Executive Committee (AFC photo) The leadership of the Alliance For Change (AFC) is to formally write A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) on a revision of the Cummingsburg Accord which birthed the coalition and saw it winning the 2015…

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Guyana Chronicle News

Effective reparations for a different world

guyana chronicle November 19, 2017    REPARATIONS for Afro New-World populations are a solid, reasonable and principled issue. The evidence for the argument is irrefutable in economic and social terms. European worlds were salvaged, enriched and propelled 100 years ahead of the then Old World in their ability to harness…

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Guyana Chronicle News

The University of Guyana in time and place

guyana chronicle editorial November 19, 2017    THE University of Guyana recently held its annual convocation at which over 2000 students graduated from the various departments at that institution. Not unexpectedly, it was a time for celebration as many of the graduates were first-generation achievers, blazing a trail for others…

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