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A JAUNDICED JEFFREY

A JAUNDICED JEFFREY

Last week, I examined how a democratic Constitution, with its checks and balances, poses a hindrance to authoritarianism. In order to make the essay pragmatic, I gave real-life supporting…

Op:Ed- PPP wishes Guyanese well on Republic Day celebration

Op:Ed- PPP wishes Guyanese well on Republic Day celebration

The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) takes this opportunity to express best wishes to all Guyanese here in the homeland and those in the Diaspora on the occasion of our…

Op:Ed- Finance Minister utterances seem to indicate that goverment in a state of confusion on sugar

Op:Ed- Finance Minister utterances seem to indicate that goverment in a state of confusion on sugar

The GAWU, through reports that appeared in several sections of the press, was, to say the least, surprised to learn that the state-owned NICIL Special Purpose Unit (SPU), according…

Op:Ed- President’s reputation speaks for itself- PPP

Op:Ed- President’s reputation speaks for itself- PPP

It is already a forgone conclusion that President David Granger resides in his own self-induced psychotic world. After reading Minister of State, Mr. Joseph Harmon’s response to a…

Op:ED- APNU+AFC absoultely, recklessly bungled management of the sugar industry- Ramsammy

Op:ED- APNU+AFC absoultely, recklessly bungled management of the sugar industry- Ramsammy

In December 2016, the PPP and GAWU insisted that SUGAR remains too large in the economic and social footprints of Guyana that any decision to close or down-size must…

GAWU concerned about reported plans on estate resumption

GAWU concerned about reported plans on estate resumption

The GAWU, from a report on newscast, was surprised to learn that operations at East Demerara and Skeldon Estates when they resume expectedly not too long from now would see…

Guyana Is About to Open Up Pandora’s Barrel

Guyana Is About to Open Up Pandora’s Barrel

(Bloomberg) Wedged between Brazil and Venezuela, Guyana could easily go unnoticed. It has fewer than 750,000 people and a per capita income of $4,300, half the regional average…

Op: Ed- GAWU pleased with Skeldon and East Demerara resumption but concerned about Rose Hall Estate

Op: Ed- GAWU pleased with Skeldon and East Demerara resumption but concerned about Rose Hall Estate

Based on a report appearing in yesterday’s (February 15, 2018) Stabroek News, our Union has noted that the Government, through Finance Minister Winston Jordan, has confirmed that operations of…

THE CONSTITUTION: an obstacle to authoritarianism.

THE CONSTITUTION: an obstacle to authoritarianism.

A constitution which encapsulates the democratic ethos of a nation, that is built upon the doctrine of separation of powers, which, guarantees the independence of the judiciary, limits executive power…

Op: EDd- Times getting tougher in the sugar belt

Op: EDd- Times getting tougher in the sugar belt

We, the workers present here today represent the overwhelming majority, if not all, of the workers and the thousands of Guyanese who have been affected by the ill-considered plans…