Day: <span>February 9, 2017</span>

Rewa residents discuss sport fishing potential with President

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Georgetown, Guyana – (February 9, 2017) President David Granger, today, met with Toshao Garner Edwards, Mr. Rovin Alvin and Mr. Dickey Alvin of Rewa Village, Upper Takutu/Upper Essequibo (Region Nine) to discuss the promotion of sport fishing, which is a major element of the community’s tourism product. The group was accompanied by Minister of Indigenous …

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Former National Assembly Clerk presents President with memoir

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Georgetown, Guyana – (February 9, 2017) The longest ever serving parliamentary official in Guyana’s history, Mr. Frank Narine, today, paid a courtesy call on President David Granger and presented him with a copy of his recently published book, ‘Sharing my Memoirs- My big book’. Mr. Narine served in the public service for 51 years, 36 …

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AG studying Opposition submissions on GECOM list in interest of the people of Guyana

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Georgetown, Guyana – (February 8, 2017) Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Mr. Basil Williams, today, met with Opposition Parliamentarians, Mr. Anil Nandlall and Ms. Priya Manickchand to ensure that the clarity requested by the Opposition Leader, Mr. Bharrat Jagdeo on the Government’s interpretation of Article 161 (2), which speaks to the nominees for …

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President meets with Mayor to address parking meter implementation issues -Significantly lower rates likely

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Georgetown, Guyana – (February 8, 2017) Following the public outcry over the implementation of the parking meters project in the Georgetown, President David Granger, this afternoon, convened a meeting with the City’s Mayor, Ms. Patricia Chase-Green and Town Clerk, Mr. Royston King at State House. Minister of State, Mr. Joseph Harmon, Minister of Communities, Mr. …

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Minister Norton calls for unity in diversity at regional inclusion workshop

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Georgetown, Guyana – (February 8, 2017) Minister of Social Cohesion, Dr. George Norton, today, urged residents of Mahaicony to let their diversity work as a unifying force, rather than as a divisive factor. He was at the time delivering remarks at the opening of a two-day Diversity Education and Inclusion Regional Training Workshop at the …

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