Tag: Charrandass Persaud

Govt stands – 34 votes needed to pass no-confidence motion

Govt stands – 34 votes needed to pass no-confidence motion

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 22, 2019

─ using 33 votes was “flawed and untenable and is not the absolute majority” ─ "the absolute majority in a ... Read More

Decision Friday

Decision Friday

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 21, 2019

― Justice Yonette Cummings Edwards to hand down ruling on Friday March 22 DPI, Guyana, Thursday, March 21, 2019 Chancellor ... Read More

Constitution does not cater for dual citizenship MPs – Chief Justice

Constitution does not cater for dual citizenship MPs – Chief Justice

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 31, 2019

DPI, Guyana, Thursday, January 31, 2019 Chief Justice (ag), Roxanne George, this afternoon, in her rulings on the three challenges ... Read More

Investigations ongoing – Top Cop

Investigations ongoing – Top Cop

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 18, 2019

─ police still probing allegations of bribery, possible movement of gold from the state of Guyana involving expelled MP ─ ... Read More

Investigations ongoing – Top Cop

Investigations ongoing – Top Cop

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 18, 2019

─ police still probing allegations of bribery, possible movement of gold from the state of Guyana involving expelled MP ─ ... Read More

Investigation into former MP; a matter of national security – Top Cop

Investigation into former MP; a matter of national security – Top Cop

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 10, 2019

─ an update will be given through press conference DPI, Guyana, Thursday, January 10, 2019 Commissioner of Police, Leslie James ... Read More

Govt to move to court if Speaker’s ruling not in its favour – AG Williams

Govt to move to court if Speaker’s ruling not in its favour – AG Williams

Staff Writer Staff Writer- December 31, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Monday, December 31, 2018 Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Basil Williams, SC., said the Coalition Government ... Read More

Proof of bribery for no-confidence vote could have serious implications – PM Nagamootoo

Proof of bribery for no-confidence vote could have serious implications – PM Nagamootoo

Staff Writer Staff Writer- December 28, 2018

- “We accepted the ruling of the speaker, because as an Attorney-at-Law when a judge makes a ruling, you accept the ... Read More

Many former sugar workers satisfied with severance 

Many former sugar workers satisfied with severance 

Staff Writer Staff Writer- December 4, 2018

- MP Charandass Persaud DPI, Tuesday, Guyana, December 4, 2019 Member of Parliament, Charrandass Persaud on Tuesday told the National ... Read More

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