Tag: Judiciary

Statement from the Government of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana

Statement from the Government of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 15, 2020

Gov’t regrets decision by US Department of State Georgetown, Guyana (July 15, 2020): The Executive arm of Government regrets the ... Read More

Ending the cycle

Ending the cycle

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 1, 2020

─Domestic Violence seminar emphasises no form of violence is acceptable DPI, Guyana, Saturday, February 01, 2020 The issue of domestic ... Read More

Video conferencing to begin at Vigilance Magistrates Court

Video conferencing to begin at Vigilance Magistrates Court

Synieka Thorne Synieka Thorne- January 30, 2020

─gets audio-visual recording equipment DPI, Guyana, Thursday, January 30, 2020 With the receipt of an audio-visual recording system today, the ... Read More

Govt fighting TIP through Judiciary

Govt fighting TIP through Judiciary

Alexis Rodney Alexis Rodney- September 20, 2019

─ stamping out “modern day slavery”  DPI, Guyana, Friday, September 20, 2019  While Guyana remains at a Tier 1 status ... Read More

$17.4 M Sexual Offences Court opens in Essequibo

$17.4 M Sexual Offences Court opens in Essequibo

Alexis Rodney Alexis Rodney- September 16, 2019

 DPI, Guyana, Monday, September 16, 2019  The Supreme Court of the Judicature was today given another “thumbs up” for progressively ... Read More

Guyana Times article must be belated All Fools Day joke – DPI

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 8, 2019

─ Guyana became a cesspool of corruption under PPP  DPI, Guyana, Monday, April 8, 2019 The lead article in today’s ... Read More

Forensic Psychology, Sexual Offences training for Judiciary

Forensic Psychology, Sexual Offences training for Judiciary

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 6, 2019

– Sexual Offences court for Berbice and Essequibo – Over 400 sexual offence reports for 2019 DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, March ... Read More

“We should allow the judiciary to make its pronouncement” – PM Nagamootoo

“We should allow the judiciary to make its pronouncement” – PM Nagamootoo

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 28, 2019

─ no one should try to influence the direction of the court’s decision ─ we must abide by the consequences ... Read More

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