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Reflections on the good life: Dialogue and Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples in Guyana – Independent Catholic News

Reflections on the good life: Dialogue and Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples in Guyana  Independent Catholic NewsJesuit Missions this week welcomed Joel Thompson SJ to the UK for a Lenten speaker tour. He has been travelling the country visi...

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Barbados, Guyana stock exchanges agree to cooperate; new stock exchange legislation in the pipeline

The Barbados and Guyana stock exchanges on Friday inked a memorandum of cooperation, paving the way for listed companies to trade in each other’s countries. “The two key areas of interest identified in our preliminary discussions have been that of institutional strengthening and the cross listing of securities,” Managing Director of the Barbados Stock Exchange …

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President Granger calls for “political cooperation” to ensure “credible” elections this year

President David Granger on Friday cited the need for opposition support to aid him in setting a date for “credible” general elections at the “earliest possible date”, as the 90-day timeframe after the passage of the no-confidence motion expires next week Thursday. “They demand political cooperation, not confrontation,” he said in a pre-recorded address to …

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Guyana: Magistrate throws out private criminal charges against GECOM officials – St. Lucia News Online

Guyana: Magistrate throws out private criminal charges against GECOM officials  St. Lucia News OnlineMarch 15, 2019. Share This On: Share · Tweet · Pin · +1 · Share. 0 Shares. GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Mar 15, CMC – Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan Fr...

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Lord Provost twins Aberdeen with Georgetown, Guyana – News for the Oil and Gas Sector – Energy Voice

Lord Provost twins Aberdeen with Georgetown, Guyana - News for the Oil and Gas Sector  Energy VoiceA vital part of the colonial history of British Guyana was made by the Scots. Their relics are everywhere: a St Andrews Kirk here, a Scottish m...

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Private criminal charge against elections commissioners dismissed

Indictable criminal charges of conspiracy by three Elections Commissioners to breach Guyana’s Constitution were dismissed by Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan. The three Guyana Elections Commissioners, all government-appointed, are Charles Corbin, Vincent Alexander and Desmond Trotman. Attorney-at-law Sanjeev Datadin, who filed the private criminal charges on behalf of Civil Engineer Marcel Gaskin, said the High Court …

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Private criminal charge against elections commissioners dismissed

Indictable criminal charges of conspiracy by three Elections Commissioners to breach Guyana’s Constitution were dismissed by Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan. The three Guyana Elections Commissioners, all government-appointed, are Charles Corbin, Vincent Alexander and Desmond Trotman. Attorney-at-law Sanjeev Datadin, who filed the private criminal charges on behalf of Civil Engineer Marcel Gaskin, said the High Court …

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Exxon Delays $1.9 Billion Canada Project Amid Oil-Sands Woes – Bloomberg

Exxon Delays $1.9 Billion Canada Project Amid Oil-Sands Woes  BloombergExxon Mobil Corp. is delaying a C$2.6 billion ($1.9 billion) oil-sands project in Canada by at least a year as the nation's energy industry grapples with a shortage ...

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