OAS Permanent Council to meet on Guyana’s elections impasse on Tuesday
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OAS Permanent Council to meet on Guyana’s elections impasse on Tuesday

Ambassador Luis Fernando Cordero Montoya, Chair of the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) will on Tuesday, July 21 convene a special meeting on Guyana’s…

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U.S. visa sanctions ‘an arrow’ against those occupying the political crease –CARICOM Chair
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U.S. visa sanctions ‘an arrow’ against those occupying the political crease –CARICOM Chair

The restrictions on visas by the United States (U.S) against those involved in undermining Guyana’s democracy is but the initial stage in a heavier assault which could follow.…

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Bouterse hands over power in peaceful transition in Suriname
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Bouterse hands over power in peaceful transition in Suriname

StarNieuws, Suriname: Outgoing president Desi Bouterse placed the presidential sash for his successor Chan Santokhi. The transfer of power in the country took place at an extraordinary public meeting…

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U.S. will not name those ‘targeted’ with visa sanctions
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U.S. will not name those ‘targeted’ with visa sanctions

Individuals whose visas have been revoked by the United States Government will be informed by the consular section of the U.S. Embassy, while those without a visa will…

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UK Gov’t official calls for elections results to be declared using recount figures
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UK Gov’t official calls for elections results to be declared using recount figures

The United Kingdom (UK) has thrown its support behind its Western allies calling for the March 2 General and Regional Elections results to be declared based on the…

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UK begins process to impose sanctions against Gov’t, elections officials
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UK begins process to impose sanctions against Gov’t, elections officials

The United Kingdom (UK) has begun processes to impose sanctions on top Government and elections officials for undermining Guyana’s democracy as pressure builds on President David Granger to…

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Canada says will use ‘all tools at our disposal’ to hold accountable those who prevent declaration of recount results
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Canada says will use ‘all tools at our disposal’ to hold accountable those who prevent declaration of recount results

See below full statement issued by the Government of Canada: July 15, 2020 – Ottawa, Ontario – Global Affairs Canada “Canada strongly regrets the extended delay in declaring…

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U.S. says Guyana’s non-democratic trajectory is dangerous for Guyanese, western hemisphere
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U.S. says Guyana’s non-democratic trajectory is dangerous for Guyanese, western hemisphere

See below full statement issued by Michael R. Pompeo, Secretary of State: On March 2 the Co-Operative Republic of Guyana held national elections, but it has still not…

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CARICOM Chair: The evil of the anti-democratic brigands in Guyana must not be allowed any space to triumph
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CARICOM Chair: The evil of the anti-democratic brigands in Guyana must not be allowed any space to triumph

The statement below was read by Dr Ralph Gonsalves, Prime Minister of St Vincent and chair of CARICOM at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 15, 2020, on Radio…

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US Foreign Relations Committee endorses sanctions
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US Foreign Relations Committee endorses sanctions

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee has endorsed the actions taken by the US Department of State on Wednesday against senior officials of the David Granger-led administration. United States…

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