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October 5

By RALPH RAMKARRAN October 16, 2016 stabroek news  October 5, 1992, was an historic day for Guyana – the day when democracy returned in free and fair elections for the first time in twenty-four years.  It is commemorated only by the PPP but in a way that aids its own credentials and…

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What Vic Insanally said on the tape

Oct 15, 2016 Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon Major-General Joe Singh is currently investigating the accusations by a broadcaster in Essequibo against two members of the National Broadcasting Authority – Messrs. Tony Vieira and Vic Insanally. One would assume that a taped conversation would have been presented at the inquiry….

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Reflections on October 1953

Guyana Chronicle Editorial October 16, 2016 THE month of October is a very important one in the annals of Guyanese and Caribbean modern political history. It was this month 63 years ago that the British colonial government landed troops in the then British Guiana to topple the first democratically elected government…

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Craig is gone; class and colour go on

Oct 17, 2016 Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon My friend Leonard Craig has gone away. He won’t be back for a long time. It will be difficult for the AFC to replace both his intellectual mind and energetic activism.  I don’t think the word “controversy” would be misplaced to use…

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Afro-Guyanese groups mobilising to seek help from govt

Posted by: Denis Chabrol in demerara waves News October 12, 2016 Several Afro-Guyanese organisations on Wednesday formally bonded themselves together to take up President David Granger’s challenge to craft a programme of activities for the United Nations Decade for People of African descent and meanwhile address urgent issues. “It is recognised that…

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