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GUYANA | Opposition stonewalled, Gov't warned, stay out of Venezuela's internal affairs

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, September 16, 2020 – Speaker of Guyana's House of Assembly appears to be stonewalling efforts by the Opposition to pose questions to the Foreign Affairs Minister about the purpose of  Mike Pompeo's visit to Guyana tomorrow, as for the second day in a row, House Speaker  Manzoor Nadir denied the Opposition's request for questions to be posed about the Secretary of State's visit.

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GUYANA | Gov't places “hold” on bidding process for crude lifting

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, August 14, 2020 - Guyana has put a “hold” on the international bidding process for oil companies to lift and sell its share of crude oil sales from one of ExxonMobil’s several oil fields offshore the north-east coast of South America, Vice President Bharrat Jagdeo announced Friday.

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  • Published in Energy

GUYANA | CCJ Verdict expected in several weeks

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, May 13, 2019 - The Caribbean Court of Jusrtice, acting in its appellate jurisdiction, will in another few weeks, decide whether to uphold a decision from the Court of Appeal, that an absolute majority of 34 votes was needed to bring down the coalition government President David Granger when the opposition PPP moved a no-confidence motion in the National Assembly on December 21, 2018.

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  • Published in Justice

GUYANA | Gov't says PPP plans to disrupt National Assembly

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Wednesday, January 2, 2019 - The Government of Guyana says it has credible evidence that the Opposition intends to disrupt tomorrow’s sitting of the National Assembly at which the Speaker is expected to address the consequences of the December 21 vote.

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VENEZUELA Protests violation of its sovereignty by Guyana/ExxonMobil

CARACAS,  Venezuela, December 24, 2018 -The government of  Venezuela has lodged a complaint with the United Nations Secretary General and dispatched a strongly worded protest note to Guyana, protesting what it says is a "flagrant violation of sovereignty" by ExxonMobil contraced research vessels undertaking seismic data gathring on behalf of Guyana.
  • Published in Energy

GUYANA Protests Vezezuela Military Interception of Oil Exploration Vessell

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, December 23, 2018 -The Government of Guyana has lodged a protest with the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela,  over its "latest act of illegality and blatant disrespect for Guyana’s sovereignty" following its military's interception of a Norweigan research vessel, the Ramform Tethys, that was conducting seismic oil exploration activities offshore the coast of Guyana on behalf of Esso Exploration & Production, Guyana Limited (Exxon Mobil).

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