Tag: Local Government Elections (LGE)

LGE will be held in 2021

LGE will be held in 2021

Neola Damon Neola Damon- February 26, 2021

-once changes made at GECOM  -Minister Dharamlall Minister of Local Government and Regional Development, Hon. Nigel Dharamlall has said the ... Read More

Region Three sees positive turnout at LGE

Region Three sees positive turnout at LGE

Staff Writer Staff Writer- November 12, 2018

─ commend hosting of 2nd LGE DPI, Guyana, Monday, November 12, 2018 Scores of voters from across Essequibo Islands-West Demerara, ... Read More

Corriverton has the potential to become a commercial powerhouse

Staff Writer Staff Writer- October 3, 2018

- President calls on residents to embrace local governance at community meeting Ministry of the Presidency, Press Release - Georgetown, ... Read More

LGE will be held when due

LGE will be held when due

Staff Writer Staff Writer- September 12, 2018

-President Granger asserts elections as an important vehicle for social cohesion Georgetown, Guyana – (September 12, 2018) The hosting of Local Government ... Read More

BREAKING NEWS: Minister of Communities Ronald Bulkan moments ago announced Monday November 12, 2018 as the date for Local Government Elections (LGE)

BREAKING NEWS: Minister of Communities Ronald Bulkan moments ago announced Monday November 12, 2018 as the date for Local Government Elections (LGE)

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 19, 2018

Minister of Communities Ronald Bulkan moments ago announced Monday November 12, 2018 as the date for Local Government Elections (LGE). ... Read More

“All six partners are committed to coalition politics” – President Granger on LGE

“All six partners are committed to coalition politics” – President Granger on LGE

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 11, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, April 11, 2018 The consultation process has started regarding the Partnership for National Unity (APNU) and the ... Read More

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