Home » Latest News (page 4)

Latest News

Motion passed blocking Edghill from 4 sittings of the National Assembly

The Government side of the House today (Tuesday) in the National Assembly voted in favour of a motion moved by their Chief Whip Amna Ally suspending Opposition Parliamentarian Bishop Juan Edghill from four sittings. Ally in her motion, said “following gross disorderly conduct of Edghill, I wish to refer to standing order 47(3) and move that this member be suspended ...

Read More »

Motion passed blocking Edghill from 4 sittings of the National Assembly

The Government side of the House today (Tuesday) in the National Assembly voted in favour of a motion moved by their Chief Whip Amna Ally suspending Opposition Parliamentarian Bishop Juan Edghill from four sittings. Ally in her motion, said “following gross disorderly conduct of Edghill, I wish to refer to standing order 47(3) and move that this member be suspended ...

Read More »

Breaking: Edghill arrested, Speaker orders that he cannot enter Parliament

Opposition People’s Progressive Party Member of Parliament (MP) Bishop Juan Edghill was this morning (Tuesday) prevented from entering the National Assembly. His vehicle was stopped at a barricade next to the St. Stanislaus Collage. Edghill who was confronted by the Police, inquired as to the reason for not being able to enter the Parliament compound and was told by senior ...

Read More »

Breaking: Edghill arrested, Speaker orders that he cannot enter Parliament

Opposition People’s Progressive Party Member of Parliament (MP) Bishop Juan Edghill was this morning (Tuesday) prevented from entering the National Assembly. His vehicle was stopped at a barricade next to the St. Stanislaus Collage. Edghill who was confronted by the Police, inquired as to the reason for not being able to enter the Parliament compound and was told by senior ...

Read More »

Stand-off in Guyana Parliament – Jamaica Observer


Jamaica Observer

Stand-off in Guyana Parliament
Jamaica Observer
GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) — Government and Opposition legislators differed yesterday on the position adopted by Speaker of Parliament Dr Barton Scotland to suspend the sitting until his orders are followed, after an Opposition legislator refused to ...
The police should not have been called in to ParliamentStabroek News

all 2 news articles »

Read More »

Former Chancellor denies Attorney General’s claim of blocking Guyana law school – Demerara Waves Online News Guyana


Demerara Waves Online News Guyana

Former Chancellor denies Attorney General's claim of blocking Guyana law school
Demerara Waves Online News Guyana
Former Chancellor of the Judiciary, Justice Carl Singh Monday night distanced himself from a pronouncement by Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Basil Williams that he helped block Guyana's planned establishment of a local law school. “I ...

and more »

Read More »

Former Chancellor denies Attorney General’s claim of blocking Guyana law school – Demerara Waves Online News Guyana


Demerara Waves Online News Guyana

Former Chancellor denies Attorney General's claim of blocking Guyana law school
Demerara Waves Online News Guyana
Former Chancellor of the Judiciary, Justice Carl Singh Monday night distanced himself from a pronouncement by Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Basil Williams that he helped block Guyana's planned establishment of a local law school. “I ...

and more »

Read More »

Former Chancellor denies Attorney General’s claim of blocking Guyana law school

Former Chancellor of the Judiciary, Justice Carl Singh Monday night distanced himself from a pronouncement by Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Basil Williams that he helped block Guyana’s planned establishment of a local law school. “I was never part of any  Review Committee discussion on a proposed Law School for Guyana  nor have …

Read More »

Former Chancellor denies Attorney General’s claim of blocking Guyana law school

Former Chancellor of the Judiciary, Justice Carl Singh Monday night distanced himself from a pronouncement by Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Basil Williams that he helped block Guyana’s planned establishment of a local law school. “I was never part of any  Review Committee discussion on a proposed Law School for Guyana  nor have …

Read More »

PPP member jailed for dumping faeces on Freddie Kissoon

Opposition People’s Progressive Party  (PPP) member, Jason Abdulla was Monday jailed for six months after he was found guilty by City Magistrate Judy Latchman in connection with the dumping of faeces on Kaieteur News Columnist Freddie Kissoon seven years ago. However, former  Presidential Media Liaison Officer under the PPP administration, Kwame McCoy, and self-confessed death …

Read More »