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The Guyana Trades Union Congress is fed-up with what is passing for governance and calls on the citizens/workers/electorate to register their disgust with the current management of the affairs of state. The continuous lost and inconvenience caused by floodwater incurred through rainfalls or high tides is a toll that carries deep psychological, health and economic casualties.
November 11, 2014 - The Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Jose Miguel Insulza, took note of Proclamation No.
If Guyanese and the world had any doubt about the dictatorial orientation and nature of the current PPP regime, I hope the President’s use of the heavy hammer to pound all of us would erase such doubts. Today we rightfully mourn another death blow to our right to be free people in a free Guyana. But, let’s be real—We look fuh that.
Earlier today President Donald Ramotar decided to prorogue Parliament when faced with the No Confidence Motion brought against the Administration by the Alliance For Change (AFC) and supported by the APNU
President Donald Ramotar’s dreadful broadcast to the nation last Tuesday evening was the nadir of his troubled three-year tenure of office. It was an insult to the people of Guyana. It was an affront to the nation. It was a threat to paralyze the parliamentary process and smother the voices of their legitimate representatives in the National Assembly.
President Donald Ramotar’s announcement that he would prorogue parliament rather than face the AFC’s No Confidence Motion is disingenuous, cunning and shows that the PPP will resort to any devious method to extend their minority rule for as long as possible.
The GTUC condemns in the strongest possible term the content of Attorney General (AG) Anil Nandlall’s recorded conversation with a media reporter.
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Many people have asked me why, despite their legislative majority, the opposition in Guyana have, since 2001, allowed the PPP ant its Executive Government to out-maneuver them. They are of course referring to the latest confusion surrounding the AFC-sponsored no-confidence vote. We now discover that it is the Executive Government and not the Speaker which has the power to convene parliament.
A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) is deeply disturbed by President Donald Ramotar’s dila-toriness in issuing instructions to allow the Guyanese people to exercise their right to elect their representatives in local government elections at the earliest possible date.