WOULDN’T IT BE A GREAT DAY FOR GUYANA IF….?

On September 27, 1965, the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) delivered a 1965-page report into Racial Problems in the Public Service of British Guiana. By letter dated April 6, 1965, Prime Minister Burnham, in his invitation, said to the ICJ that his Government had been “deeply concerned with the need to remove from our society […]

BLOAT AND BIOMETRICS

Guyanese are well aware of the Opposition allegations that the electoral list is bloated and needs to be ‘cleaned.’ In recent letters to the press, the Attorney General has pointed out, in a more direct manner than I have done in the past, that the electoral list cannot be bloated if the Chief Justice has […]

VENEZUELA’S PRELIMINARY OBJECTION IS “TOTALLY HOPELESS.”

Although Venezuela’s official position is that it is not participating in the case before the ICJ relating to the controversy arising from the claim that the Arbitral Award of 3 October 1899 is null and void, it seeks every opportunity to intervene. Venezuela now makes a preliminary objection to the effect that the Court lacks […]

LETITIA JAMES JOINS HAKEEM JEFFRIES TO EXPLOIT RACE IN GUYANA

Rickford Burke, well known Guyanese anti-PPP political activist in New York, has finally landed a political gold mine. Burke’s long and unrelenting campaign alleging racism against the PPP and its governments occupied the fringes of the political discourse in the New York diaspora for many years. Burke’s distance from some past PNC leaderships had relegated […]

SARAH ANN LYNCH

The Ambassador of the United States of America to the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, Her Excellency Mme. Sarah Ann Lynch, is about to conclude her assignment in Guyana. Ambassador Lynch has been the most consequential resident American representative in Guyana in its history. The impact of her diplomatic work has surpassed that of all other […]