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GUYANA | AG asks Court of Appeal to Keep President, Cabinet in Office

GEORGETOWN, February 11, 20-19 - Guyana's Attorney General, Basil Williams has asked the Court of Appeal to allow President David Granger and his Cabinet tyo remain in office until the appeal courts decide whether to overturn or uphold a High Court ruling that the no-confidence motion was validly passed.
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GUYANA| Attorney General asks High Court to calculate “absolute majority” in no-confidence vote

GEORGETOWN,  Guyana, January 7, 2019 - The Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Basil Williams, SC., today, filed a legal action challenging the legality of the December 21, 2018 vote in the National Assembly and asked the High Court to find that 34 instead of 33 votes are required to pass a no-confidence motion. This is the second case to be filed in the matter.

Guyana’s proposed Law School hits another CLE snag

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Sept. 9, 2018 -  The Caribbean Council of Legal Education (CLE) says Guyana’s plans to establish a law school falls outside its treaty as it does not provide for countries or private entities to build and operate law schools.
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