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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Job creation: A duty of Government

By Mohabir Anil Nandlall, MP, Attorney-at-Law Speaking on last week’s edition of the TV programme “Public Interest”, President David Granger made some startling disclosures. He...

Hillary Clinton wouldn’t be the first female American President – Janet Jagan beat...

By Robin Wright If she wins, Hillary Clinton won’t be the first female American to become President of a country. Janet Rosenberg beat her...

The systematic dismantling of the Constitution and Rule of Law

By Mohabir Anil Nandlall, MP, Attorney-at-Law Countries in the English- speaking Caribbean are often described by Constitutional theorists as “constitutional democracies”. This is so for...

Lack of transparency, corruption and parking meters

By: Mohabir Anil Nandlall, MP, Attorney-at-Law The controversy surrounding the impending installation of parking meters in the City of Georgetown rages on like an inferno....

Eusi Kwayana reads from latest book at Malcolm X Library in San Diego, California

The Malcolm X Library of the city of San Diego, California in the United States has  sponsored a reading of Eusi Kwayana’s recent book:...

Tony Cozier: A Bajan boy steeped in Caribbean flavours

By Vaneisa Baksh    His voice was an inseparable part of West Indies cricket. And no voice has represented it as admirably and faithfully as...

APNU/PNC regime proves that the ‘leopard’ has not changed its spots

By Donald Ramotar,  former President of Guyana    In my article which appeared in the Weekend Mirror of April 23-4, 2016, I pointed out that...

ACM joins Caribbean affiliates in observance of World Press Freedom Day 2016

By Wesley Gibbings, President of ACM The Association of Caribbean Media Workers (ACM) joins with its national affiliates from the Caribbean in observance of World...

Executive Power being used to subvert rule of law – the struggle of three rice...

Following is the full text of a statement issued earlier this evening by former Attorney General under the PPP/C administration, Anil Nandlall: The struggle of...

THE PIPER: Population manipulations?

Ever since last year when the APNU/AFC government broke with the century-old tradition of subsuming Guyana's immigration department under the Police Force, there have...

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