Tag: Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance Hon. Gail Teixeira

Eight Opposition MPs suspended from the National Assembly

Eight Opposition MPs suspended from the National Assembly

- July 22, 2022

- after passage of Privileges Committee Report The National Assembly on Thursday officially passed the report of the Committee of ... Read More

Speaker suspends opposition’s Sherod Duncan for defying orders

Speaker suspends opposition’s Sherod Duncan for defying orders

- February 9, 2022

Speaker of the National Assembly, Manzoor Nadir had reason to suspend opposition Member of Parliament, Sherod Duncan, Wednesday evening, after ... Read More

Region Seven welcomes opportunity to pursue GOAL scholarships

Region Seven welcomes opportunity to pursue GOAL scholarships

- May 7, 2021

Residents of Bartica and nearby communities on Friday welcomed the Government’s Guyana Online Academy of Learning (GOAL) 20,000 scholarship initiative, ... Read More

Budget 2021: Government consults with Private Sector and Labour

Budget 2021: Government consults with Private Sector and Labour

- February 6, 2021

- Emphasizes Government’s commitment to ongoing engagement As work continues on preparation of the 2021 National Budget, Vice President Dr. ... Read More

Statement by Gail Teixeira in response to Mr. Harmon’s of September 5th 2020

Statement by Gail Teixeira in response to Mr. Harmon’s of September 5th 2020

- September 6, 2020

A headline and an article in one of the newspapers on Saturday September 5th triggered a response by newly elected ... Read More

President Ali issues Proclamation for sitting of the Twelfth Parliament

President Ali issues Proclamation for sitting of the Twelfth Parliament

- August 28, 2020

Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance, Ms. Gail Teixeira, today, announced that His Excellency Dr. Mohamed Irfaan Ali, President of ... Read More

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