OAS says Guyana being held hostage, urges end to court trials seeking to block results
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OAS says Guyana being held hostage, urges end to court trials seeking to block results

Guyana is being held hostage by those who want to change the results of the March 02 elections, Luis Almagro, the Secretary-General of the powerful Organisation of American…

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Basil Williams accused of misrepresentations, lies and fabrications at OAS meeting
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Basil Williams accused of misrepresentations, lies and fabrications at OAS meeting

Guyana’s Attorney General on Tuesday resurrected his arguments which the High Court already called “hopelessly flawed” as he once again claimed that the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ)…

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Democracy being denied in Guyana – Sir Ronald Sanders tell OAS
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Democracy being denied in Guyana – Sir Ronald Sanders tell OAS

Sir Ronald Sanders, Antigua and Barbuda’s Permanent Representative to the Organisation of American States (OAS), Tuesday said democracy must be defended in Guyana and called on the Permanent…

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U.S. warns against Granger usurping power; Guyana would be an int’l outcast
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U.S. warns against Granger usurping power; Guyana would be an int’l outcast

President David Granger, who was toppled in a No Confidence motion, took over a year to allow elections and now refuses to concede defeat, risks making Guyana an…

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Opinion: U.S. sanctions are real
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Opinion: U.S. sanctions are real

By José Cárdenas That the United States government announced this week that it has begun imposing sanctions on Guyanese citizens engaging in anti-democratic behaviour should not have come…

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Political crisis, COVID-19 must pave way for new social contract on inclusion
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Political crisis, COVID-19 must pave way for new social contract on inclusion

United Nations Resident Coordinator Mikiko Tanaka on Sunday said the ongoing political crisis in Guyana coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic must pave way for a new social contract…

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Request for U.S. to use Guyana’s airwaves to transmit to Venezuela denied
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Request for U.S. to use Guyana’s airwaves to transmit to Venezuela denied

It has been revealed that the Government of Guyana in April turned down a request from the US Government to relay the Voice of America (VOA) radio broadcasts…

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Coalition’s foreign lobbyist says sanctions will hurt ordinary Guyanese, keep investors out
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Coalition’s foreign lobbyist says sanctions will hurt ordinary Guyanese, keep investors out

The hope for a better life, which followed the discovery of oil in Guyana, could be shattered by the crippling nature of international sanctions if the APNU+AFC refuses…

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UK Gov’t says ‘consequences’ to flow if recount results not used
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UK Gov’t says ‘consequences’ to flow if recount results not used

Statement from UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab statement on the elections in Guyana which took place on March 2: “It has been over 4 months since elections in…

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State of Roraima in Brazil calls for swearing-in of Irfaan Ali
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State of Roraima in Brazil calls for swearing-in of Irfaan Ali

The State Government of Roraima, the Brazilian state that borders Guyana, has called for the swift declaration of Irfaan Ali as President. Roraima is the state where most…

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