Category: Parliamentary Affairs and Governance

Message from the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance, Gail Teixeira, MP, on International Day of Democracy

Message from the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance, Gail Teixeira, MP, on International Day of Democracy

Staff Writer Staff Writer- September 15, 2021

Guyana proudly joins the rest of the democratic world in commemorating International Day of Democracy and uses the opportunity to ... Read More

Statement by Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance, Hon. Gail Teixeira condemning recent attacks on the Minister of Education on social media

Statement by Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance, Hon. Gail Teixeira condemning recent attacks on the Minister of Education on social media

Staff Writer Staff Writer- September 14, 2021

The latest video/song posted on Sherod Duncan’s Facebook “Priya is a Wild Hog,” is another act that illustrates the depths ... Read More

Region Two farmers encouraged to produce fruits for export, local consumption

Region Two farmers encouraged to produce fruits for export, local consumption

Shania Gonsalves Shania Gonsalves- September 13, 2021

Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance, Gail Teixeira, MP has encouraged farmers of Jib, a community in Region Two, to ... Read More

Service training for Region Two residents – Min. Teixeira

Service training for Region Two residents – Min. Teixeira

Shania Gonsalves Shania Gonsalves- September 12, 2021

─ at Cabinet outreach Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance, Gail Teixeira, MP, on Saturday announced that residents of Region ... Read More

Gov’t wants better life for all Guyanese – Min. Teixeira

Gov’t wants better life for all Guyanese – Min. Teixeira

Shania Gonsalves Shania Gonsalves- September 12, 2021

─ during meeting with Jib, Better Success residents Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance, Gail Teixeira, MP, said every decision ... Read More

Gov’t, UNODC kick off three-day workshop to build institutional capacity, fight corruption

Gov’t, UNODC kick off three-day workshop to build institutional capacity, fight corruption

Mikaila Prince Mikaila Prince- August 30, 2021

The Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance, with support from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), commenced ... Read More

Gov’t’s response to the misinformation and race-baiting advanced by the APNU+AFC Coalition

Gov’t’s response to the misinformation and race-baiting advanced by the APNU+AFC Coalition

Staff Writer Staff Writer- August 25, 2021

…subject of a correspondence from Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance to members of the USA Congress, international partners and ... Read More

Govt commits to environmental action with Peace Corps MOU

Govt commits to environmental action with Peace Corps MOU

Shaquille Bourne Shaquille Bourne- August 11, 2021

The PPP/C Administration has once again placed environmental issues on the front burner with the inking of a Memorandum of ... Read More

“Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance hosts ‘Virtual Conversation’ with local Faith-based Organisations”

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 30, 2021

-all major registered denominations participate in discussions about governance and development… The Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance, on July ... Read More

Govt’s priority is to protect lives, safety of Guyanese – Min. Teixeira

Govt’s priority is to protect lives, safety of Guyanese – Min. Teixeira

Mikaila Prince Mikaila Prince- July 3, 2021

Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance, Hon. Gail Teixeira has reaffirmed Government’s commitment to preserve the health and safety of ... Read More

Govt committed to ensuring all Guyanese benefit from country’s wealth – Min. Teixeira

Govt committed to ensuring all Guyanese benefit from country’s wealth – Min. Teixeira

Kemol King Kemol King- July 1, 2021

Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance, Hon. Gail Teixeira says the PPP/C Government is working to ensure every Guyanese benefit ... Read More

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