Constitutional rules must be followed to remedy the current elections impasse
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Constitutional rules must be followed to remedy the current elections impasse

Dear Editor, It is very unfortunate that a date for the general election hasn’t been called yet. Just recently, GECOM’s Secretariat proposed a timeframe of March 2020, which…

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APNU+AFC may be seeking time to enable non-nationals to be qualified for citizenship
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APNU+AFC may be seeking time to enable non-nationals to be qualified for citizenship

Dear Editor, The abundance of conspiracy theories notwithstanding, one particular view attracted my attention recently. Ralph Ramkarran in his recent ‘Conversation Tree’ column (S/N 8.9.’19) put forward what…

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Will GECOM again prove to be a willing partner in the political power play?
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Will GECOM again prove to be a willing partner in the political power play?

Dear Editor, It is becoming increasingly apparent that the Constitution of Guyana is worth little more than the paper on which it is written. At least that is…

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Brexit process in UK puts Guyana gov’t to shame
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Brexit process in UK puts Guyana gov’t to shame

Dear Editor, While Guyanese are battling to force an errant Government to comply with crystal clear language of their Constitution, their supreme law; to obey Orders emanating from…

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GECOM Chair can consult with experts on elections date
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GECOM Chair can consult with experts on elections date

Dear Editor, Reference your news item quoting GECOM commissioners as saying that the body may not be ready for elections before March 2020. Clearly, such planning will violate…

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We cannot afford to underestimate authoritarian streak of this regime
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We cannot afford to underestimate authoritarian streak of this regime

Dear Editor, December 21, 2018, March 31, June 18, July 12, August 31, and September 18, 2019, are important and significant dates since they will go down in…

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We maintain elections should be held in shortest possible time
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We maintain elections should be held in shortest possible time

Dear Editor, Yesterday, a delegation from the Government met with the Guyana Elections Commission. It was very clear from the outset that the purpose of the meeting was…

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Vishnu Persaud victimized for being a professional
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Vishnu Persaud victimized for being a professional

Dear Editor, It is not surprising that Vishnu Persaud is now collateral damage of the APNU managed GECOM resulting in him being sidelined for a favoured publicly APNU…

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