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Low rating of police force irks Guyana President

President Donald Ramotar has urged the Guyana Police Force to take seriously a United States (US) research that recently found that the local law enforcement agency recorded the lowest level of trust in the Caribbean.

Amb. Elizabeth Harper to run as Prime Minister in Guyana

GEORGETOWN,  Guyana, February 22, 2015 - People's Progressive Party Civic (PPPC) has chosen Ambassador Elisabeth Harper over incumbent Samuel Hinds, to run on its ticket as the Prime Ministerial Candidate in the May 11 national and regional elections.

Eyewitness to Walter Rodney's death fingers GDF's Gregory Smith

Donald Rodney- the lone witness to the bomb-blast death of his brother, Dr. Walter Rodney, in 1980- on Friday told a commission of inquiry that his brother was killed when a walkie-talkie supplied by a then Guyana Defence Force (GDF) soldier exploded during what was supposed to be a test near the country’s major jail.

European Union imposes aid sanction on Guyana

The European Union (EU) on Friday announced that they have withheld millions of Euros in budgetary support to Guyana for the sugar sector and sea defence, citing the need for all rules to be put in place.

Guyana's May 11 election date not valid?

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, January 24, 2015 - Former CCJ Justice Duke Pollard says President Donald Ramotar’s announcement of the May 11, 2015 date for general and regional elections is not constitutionally valid.

The UK wants Guyana to resume Parliament or face sanctions

GEORGETOWN, Guyana – January 14, 2015- The Government of the United Kingdom has called on the Government of Guyana to resume Parliament without further delay or lay out a timeline for the resumption of parliamentary democracy which helps to deliver shared commitments to democracy, security and prosperity for all.

Guyana seeking to resolve border dispute with Venezuela

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, December 22, 2014- Guyana is considering a number of options to resolve the border dispute with Venezuela, with the aim of making a firm decision during next year, Foreign Affairs Minister, Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett announced on Monday.
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