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The month of March is significant not only for the PPP, but for Guyana as a whole. As is well known Dr. Cheddi Jagan was born 22nd March, 1918 and …

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According to a BBC Report, some twenty million people in four African countries run the risk of death from starvation due mainly to political instability and conflicts. Of these, 1.5 …

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As part of the political organisation and assignment of sub-regional responsibilities the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) through its local unit structure, (i.e. the party Regions identified in terms of the …

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On the evening of Friday, March 3, the Guyana Indian Indentureship Abolition Association (GIAA) held a programme to observe the centennial anniversary of the end of indentureship in Guyana.

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The March 2017 exit of Dr. Steve Surujbally from the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) came suddenly and swiftly given his previous indicated resignation, but, further questionable prolonged accommodation by the …

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I have had an opportunity to consider the response of the Attorney General, Mr. Basil Williams, to my interpretation of article 161(2) of the Constitution which I presented to him …

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Once more the situation with the setting up of the Public Procurement Commission (PPC) and its functioning has come to the fore and is prominent in the news. Since the …

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– On Birth Control – No New Idea Conceivedsince taking office – Rearrange the Letters in Economics you will get Comic Nose – Grangernomics touting projects already funded under the …

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It is 20 years since the passing of Cheddi Jagan. The month of March is annually observed by the People’s Progressive Party and all progressive, enlightened and patriotic Guyanese at …

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President David Granger recently announced that he will re-establish the Guyana Youth Corps (GYC) on January 1, 2018, to empower the nation’s youths and provide them with the skills needed …

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