November 19, 2019

Guyana: State says President Granger is speaking – disputes article

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By Wonita Stephens From Guyana Guardian The Ministry of the Presidency is saying that contrary to an article which appeared in this publication today with the headline “President Cannot Speak – Cancer Is In The Throat”, the president is speaking. The administration also stood by the first diagnosis but did not outrightly say whether the […]

Guyana’s prez calls for peace at the 72nd United Nations

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By Tangerine Clarke from Caribbean Life In his address to the 72nd United Nations General Assembly, David A. Granger, president of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, called for peace in the world. The head of state told the General Assembly on Sept. 20, 2017, that ‘striving for peace’ has been the principal purpose and preoccupation […]

OUR CARIBBEAN: Politics of ‘ethic arithmetic’

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By Rickey Singh From Barbados Nation News PRIME MINISTER Freundel Stuart may perhaps take pride in keeping close to his chest any creative political initiative he plans to unfold for the second half century of Barbados as an independent nation, come this November 30. In contrast, President David Granger of Guyana seems quite disposed to […]

OUR CARIBBEAN: Rodney’s death and old Guyanese politics

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By Rickey Singh, From Nation News THIS COMING Friday will mark two months since the submission to the Guyana Government of an officially requested report by a three-member Commission of inquiry into the ghastly bombing death of the internationally famous Guyanese-born historian, Dr Walter Rodney 36 years ago in Georgetown on the night of June […]

Guyanese call for peaceful resolution to border conflict

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By Tangerine Clarke From Caribbean Life More that 300 Guyanese held a peaceful demonstration on Dag Hammarskjold Plaza outside the United Nations Headquarters in New York City, calling for a peaceful resolution to the fight for the South American country’s mineral rich Essequibo Region that Venezuela has laid claim to 116 years ago. “Guyanese United […]