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Parliament restored by Appeal Court scrapping no-confidence motion – Vice President Greenidge

Guyana’s Acting President Carl Greenidge Friday night announced that Parliament has been reactivated and the 65-seat National Assembly would soon meet, following the Court of Appeal’s ruling that the no-confidence motion was not validly passed by 33 votes. “Henceforth, the situation as regards Parliament is restored to the position as at 21st of December prior …

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Parliament restored by Appeal Court scrapping no-confidence motion – Vice President Greenidge

Guyana’s Acting President Carl Greenidge Friday night announced that Parliament has been reactivated and the 65-seat National Assembly would soon meet, following the Court of Appeal’s ruling that the no-confidence motion was not validly passed by 33 votes. “Henceforth, the situation as regards Parliament is restored to the position as at 21st of December prior …

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Jagdeo tones down call for polling date after Court of Appeal invalidates no-confidence vote

Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo Friday night appeared to tone down calls for President David Granger to announce an early election date after Guyana’s Court of Appeal ruled that the no-confidence motion was not validly passed. He, however, said his People’s Progressive Party (PPP) would continue to demand that the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) be in …

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Court of Appeal rules no-confidence motion was not validly passed with 33 votes

Guyana’s Court of Appeal by a majority on Friday struck down Chief Justice Roxane George-Wiltshire’s decision that the no-confidence motion was validly passed by 33 to 32 votes, instead ruling that an “absolute majority” of 34 votes was required to pass a no-confidence motion. Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo’s Attorney-at-Law, Anil Nandlall said, based on the …

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More than 100 residents draw mining land lottery

Mining lands were Friday distributed to applicants at the first in a series of lotteries being held countrywide over the next two months. Authorities told recipients in Georgetown that they have until April 22 to submit documents such as a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) certificate, proof of address and other relevant documents or their opportunity …

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More than 100 residents draw mining land lottery

Mining lands were Friday distributed to applicants at the first in a series of lotteries being held countrywide over the next two months. Authorities told recipients in Georgetown that they have until April 22 to submit documents such as a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) certificate, proof of address and other relevant documents or their opportunity …

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More than 100 residents draw mining land lottery

Mining lands were Friday distributed to applicants at the first in a series of lotteries being held countrywide over the next two months. Authorities told recipients in Georgetown that they have until April 22 to submit documents such as a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) certificate, proof of address and other relevant documents or their opportunity …

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More than 100 residents draw mining land lottery

Mining lands were Friday distributed to applicants at the first in a series of lotteries being held countrywide over the next two months. Authorities told recipients in Georgetown that they have until April 22 to submit documents such as a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) certificate, proof of address and other relevant documents or their opportunity …

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More than 100 residents draw mining land lottery

Mining lands were Friday distributed to applicants at the first in a series of lotteries being held countrywide over the next two months. Authorities told recipients in Georgetown that they have until April 22 to submit documents such as a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) certificate, proof of address and other relevant documents or their opportunity …

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PPP stages countrywide protests

The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) on Friday began staging countrywide protests against what it says is an illegal government now that the 90 days have expired since the passage of the no-confidence motion and no elections have been held. “The protests will go on sporadically because we want to target the President, Prime Minister and …

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