Day: <span>February 15, 2018</span>

Inquiries into massacres of 2000s will guide reform process -President Granger

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Georgetown, Guyana – (February 15, 2018) President David Granger said that it is incomprehensible that no inquiries or inquests have been conducted into the killings of so many Guyanese citizens, including police officers, during the 2002-2010 era. Making reference to a Motion he tabled as Opposition Leader, in the National Assembly in five years ago, …

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Security Sector Reform aimed at incorruptible, competent GPF -Commander-in-Chief tells Police Force

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Georgetown, Guyana – (February 15, 2018) President David Granger said that human safety and public security can be guaranteed only by a police force that is officered by persons who are competent, committed and uncorrupted. He said that no Government, anywhere on earth, could countenance the employment of incorrigibles and expect that law and order …

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86 from 20 agencies complete Mass Casualty Management workshop -Minister Harmon says preparation key to mitigating effects

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Georgetown, Guyana – (February 14, 2018) As Government moves to strengthen Mass Casualty Management and Disaster response systems, the Civil Defence Commission (CDC) in collaboration with the Pan American Health Organisation/ World Health Organisation (PAHO/WHO), the Ministry of Public Health and the Canadian High Commission in Guyana, today, concluded a one-week Mass Casualty Management (MCM) …

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Cummingsburg Accord can be reviewed now or be allowed to expire in 2020 -President Granger awaiting word from AFC

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Georgetown, Guyana – (February 14, 2018) With today being the third anniversary of the signing of the Cummingsburg Accord, President David Granger said that the A Partnership for National Unity (APNU), which he leads, remains committed to coalition politics and said that there is no compulsion at this time for the Accord to be reviewed …

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Government tackling low birth registration rate in Region One

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Georgetown, Guyana — (February 14, 2018) A four-person team from the General Registrar’s Office (GRO), which falls under the purview of the Ministry of Citizenship, guided by Member of Parliament, Mr. Richard Allen and assisted by local community leaders, registered over 170 Guyanese for birth certificates over the past two days. The new registrations were …

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