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Congratulations to President Elect David Granger, Prime Minister Elect Moses Nagamootoo

President David Granger and Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo

I extend my congratulations to President elect David Granger, Prime Minister Elect Moses Nagamootoo and the people of Guyana. It is a day filled with happiness for Guyanese who have spoken by way of the ballot boxes to elect a new government.

BREAKING NEWS! U.S. Embassy Stands by its Assessment of Free, Fair, and Credible Electoral Process

U.S. Embassy Guyana

GEORGETOWN – The United States Embassy is in receipt of the recent allegations made by the Peoples Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) and has looked into the claims. Nothing contained therein changes our baseline assessment of the electoral process.

President Carter Calls for Release of Guyana's Election Results

GEORGETOWN, GUYANA — Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has urged Guyana's election commission to release election results and called on political leaders to act responsibly.

Election 2015 Update

PPP/C message to its constituents

The Incumbent party, PPP/C is insisting on a recount of votes from most of the 10 Regions although it is assuring its constituents that “Our figures currently show that we are ahead in this elections”

The Statements of Polls in the hands of all contesting parties distinctly shows that the APNC+AFC coalition is the victor in the 2015 elections.

US Embassy Calls for Patience and for all Political Parties to Accept the Ultimate Results

U.S. Embassy Guyana

After the Polls: A Time for Patience

May 12, 2015 - GEORGETOWN –– The U.S. Embassy congratulates the Guyanese people on the democratic process that we observed in yesterday's elections. It was heartening to witness the enthusiasm with which Guyanese voters participated in the electoral process which will ultimately choose their next government.

BREAKING NEWS! APNU+AFC Claims Victory in the 2015 Elections - APNU/AFC Press Release

APNU+AFC Coalition

Tuesday May 12th 2015 - GEORGETOWN – A Partnership for National Unity and the Alliance For Change are confident that the Coalition has conducted a vertically integrated campaign and our internal monitoring has indicated that we have won these elections, and the people of Guyana have spoken definitively for change.

APNU+AFC Coalition press Statement

APNU+AFC Coalition

Tuesday, May 12, 2015The APNU+AFC Coalition met with the Guyana Elections Commission last night on the matter of the smooth and timely movement of ballot boxes, statements of poll and related material from polling stations to the District Electoral Offices.

The Many Faces Of Money Laundering

A look at the financial vulnerability of the Caribbean and so called third world countries in general.

For some time now an emerging business in the Caribbean has assumed many faces and phases in order to exist, expand and perpetuate itself.

In the so called large countries, due to their political structure and tax rules, there is legislature in place with numerous agencies and departments set up to combat this growing and profitable business of money laundering. Yes, it is a business and a very lucrative one.

Know your Polling Station for the 2015 General and Local Government Elections

The general and local elections in Guyana will be held on May 11, 2015.

GECOM has issued a web link for the citizens to check their voting eligibility and polling stations.

Click on link below for access to GECOM’s official page.

APNU/AFC Rally in Lethem by Aubrey LaCruz

Just back from APNU+AFC rally in Lethem. Here are the highlights as I remember them. There was a fair size crowd, rough estimate about 2500 or more.

Region 9 has some of largest fresh water otter and fish in the world. Also the largest Eagle in the world. On the negative side region 9 is one of the poorest regions in Guyana. In education in last CXC examination there was only 28% pass rate. That is 3 in every 4 students failed their exams. In mathematics not one region 9 student got a grade one result.

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256 days, 8 hours, 53 minutes since the Benab (Umana Yana) was destroyed by fire. Citizens await rebuilding.

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