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Cuss down people in the PPP

FEBRUARY 6, 2016 | BY KNEWS | FILED UNDER LETTERS Dear Editor, During the turbulent sixties the late Peter Stanislaus D’ Aguiar is quoted as saying “the masses are the asses” after failing to penetrate the strongholds of the P.N.C (People’s National Congress) and the PPP (People’s Progressive Party) that…

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Remembering Rory Westmaas

stabroek news The early 1950s in Guyana (then British Guiana) was a whirlwind of political activity which energized sections of Guyanese society to challenge the colonial state. The political birth of the PAC (Political Affairs Committee) in 1946 – the precursor to the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) – and the…

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The President’s address

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