Tag: no-confidence

Pres. Granger accepts resignation of govt’s dual citizenship MPs

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 2, 2019

Georgetown, Guyana – (April 2, 2019) The Government of Guyana is committed to the upholding of the Constitution of Guyana ... Read More

President Granger remains President until another President is sworn in

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 14, 2019

- Jagdeo’s interpretation of Constitution flawed Ministry of the Presidency, Press Release - Thursday, March 14, 2019 The Government of ... Read More

Govt going all the way to the CCJ

Govt going all the way to the CCJ

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 31, 2019

─ as acting Chief Justice upholds Dec. 21 vote DPI, Guyana, Thursday, January 31, 2019 The Coalition Government, through its ... Read More

Govt will abide by the Constitution – Min. Gaskin

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 1, 2019

– Article 106 (7) caters for govt to remain in office until elections is called DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, January 1, ... Read More

“The Opposition has no right to tell anyone to resign” – Min. Hughes

Staff Writer Staff Writer- December 31, 2018

– ‘The govt has recourse to the court to settle any contentious issues’ DPI, Guyana, Monday, December 31, 2018 Putting ... 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

Statement from Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo responding to a motion of no-confidence filed by the Opposition

Statement from Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo responding to a motion of no-confidence filed by the Opposition

Staff Writer Staff Writer- November 23, 2018

OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER STATEMENT Hi there, I’d like to take a few minutes of your time to speak ... Read More

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