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Government & Politics

PPP Press Release on the Murder of Courtney Crum–Ewing

The media is rife with stories pushed by the Granger-Administration and others seeking to implicate the People’s Progressive Party/Civic

President Granger to give Commencement Address at William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies

President David Granger

On Friday, July 24 President David Granger will give a commencement address at the graduation of students in the Caribbean Defense and Security Course (CDSC) at the William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies at Fort Leslie J. McNair, Virginia, USA.

Venezuelan Politician Edgar C. Otálvora's Opinion on Nicolas Maduro's Decree 1787

Jorge Arreaza ariving in Barbados accompanied by Virginia Rosa Chavez

Venezuelan politician and journalist Edgar C. Otálvora wrote in the newspaper Diario Las Américas. (translated)

"Maduro did not measure the impact of the decree drafted by the Ministry of Defence"

Venezuela's attempts to circumscribe our sovereignty must be resisted by all Guyanese

To claim what’s not yours is an act of misplaced aggression. To continue to want to grab what has been settled by international arbitration is a show of contempt for the rule of law. To decide on one day you will use this decree and next day use another in efforts to push an agenda which is known to have no moral and international premise and support among right thinking persons within your country is a sign of desperation. 

Venezuela Replaces Decree No. 1787 with No. 1859

President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela

The Venezuelan government has withdrawn Decree No. 1787 and issued a new one No. 1859.

  • This new decree does not have any coordinates. 
  • New decree on Zodimain has no fixed boundaries
  • The Ministries of Defense and Interior are empowered to implement the decree
  • It poses no decision on land issues

Former Venezuelan Foreign Minister José Vicente Rangel, "Persons are Being Trained to Destabilize Venezuela

The former Venezuelan foreign minister José Vicente Rangel made the following allegation on his TV program yesterday:

Translated by Dr. Odeen Ishmael from the Spanish text of the newspaper report.

Venezuela recalls Ambassador to Guyana

Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro

During a speech in front of Venezuela’s National Assembly President Nicolás Maduro announced that he has decided to recall Venezuela’s ambassador to Guyana.  In addition he planned to reduce the number of officials at the embassy and ordered Foreign Minister Delcy Rodríguez to review diplomatic relations with Guyana.

The PPP has Lost its Way

Ralph Ramkarran

The selection of Dr. Bharrat Jagdeo by the Central Committee of the PPP as its nominee for Opposition Leader seals that party’s fate in opposition for decades to come, unless the APNU+AFC coalition underperforms or unravels.

Strategies for the Promotion and Protection of Guyana’s Sovereign Territory, With Specific Reference to Western Essequibo

Dr. Odeen Ishmael

BACKGROUND

1. Guyana, as a sovereign state, rejects all forms of foreign aggression, subjugation, occupation, domination, dependence, or hegemonistic tendencies, and equally resents interference and pressures (of whatever kind) which impinge on its international relationships.

Venezuela Stages Military Exercise to Counter U.S. 'Threat'

According to several in the Venezuela media, the National Bolivarian Armed Forces (FANB) of Venezuela has denounced “dangerous US military exercises, called Tradewinds, with the participation of Caribbean countries.”  and “that means an imminent danger for us, so we have to use the National Bolivarian Armed Forces (FANB) as part of our constitutional mission to guarantee independence and sovereignty."

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