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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Corruption allegations against Govt: Harmon living in denial, says Rohee

A decision by Minister of State Joseph Harmon, to request that the Opposition document the 25 ‘scandals’ it claimed the 16-month A Partnership for...

National Youth Policy on agenda for Thursday’s sitting of National Assembly

A motion for the much anticipated National Youth Policy, which was laid in Parliament on June 30, 2016, is to be adopted by the...

Govt ‘clueless, incompetent and in a state of drift’, says Rohee

The Opposition, People’s Progressive Party (PPP), is urging President David Granger to use his parliamentary address on Thursday to address the impending socioeconomic calamity,...

Harmon denies bribing Duncan to resign

…tribunal to hear 1st witness today Minister of State, Joseph Harmon has rejected claims made by trade unionist Carvil Duncan that Government offered money in...

Harmon fires back at PPP/C’s scandal dossier

…wants Opposition to “itemise” its accusations Less than 24 hours after the Office of the Leader of the Opposition claimed that the 16-month-old A Partnership...

President busy creating diversions to protect Ministers from public scrutiny – Rohee

The A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) Government is facing mounting criticisms over a number of contracts and other deals which many...

PPP claims corruption rapidly escalating under Coalition Govt

The People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Chief Whip, Gail Teixeira, is claiming that corruption and scandals are rapidly escalating under the A Partnership for National...

Rohee predicts political death for AFC – says the party is a prisoner of...

'The AFC is consumed into the warm embrace or the kiss of death of the PNC which is the major part of  APNU' -...

‘Criminals are here, there and everywhere; they are omnipresent’ – PPP

says Granger’s promise of ‘a safer place’ soon is like offering Guyanese a pie in the sky The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) has dismissed...

Massive changes could be made at PPP/C’s year end congress

By Michael Younge Preparations are underway for the upcoming Congress of the Peoples Progressive Party Civic (PPP/C) with anticipation growing amongst its supporters of the...

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