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Peter Ramsaroop obtained Ogle Airport VIP pass to accompany Charrandas Persaud to departing plane

People’s Progressive Party (PPP) supporter, Peter Ramsaroop, Saturday night confirmed that he obtained a VIP pass to accompany defected government parliamentarian, Charrandas Persaud, to an airplane at the Ogle International Airport hours after Persaud had voted in favour of a no-confidence motion. An official of Ogle Airport Inc. also said Ramsaroop was seen on the …

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Jagdeo says general elections “main issue” for talks with Granger

Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo on Saturday indicated that he has put down a two-pronged approach for next week’s talks with President David Granger, the priority being general elections following the no-confidence motion. “Compliance with our Constitution in relation to the no confidence motion and preparation for free and fair elections will therefore be the main …

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Former Guyana Ambassador to Venezuela, US, Kuwait dies

Guyana’s former Ambassador to Venezuela, the United States and Kuwait Odeen Ishamael CCH died on Saturday at his home in the southern United States, his brother said. “It is with deep sadness that I inform you of the death of our brother Dr. Odeen Ishmael at his home in Ocala, Florida at 3.01 pm this …

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Youths to lobby political parties for greater involvement and priority

A loosely organised youth-driven forum on involvement in politics on Saturday concluded with a decision to lobby political parties on their needs, even as ideas were floated for greater parliamentary representation by youths and influencing election manifestos. “The aim is that we write to these political parties, regardless if it is a one-man party, a …

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PPP says constitution preserves Canadian Charrandass Persaud’s no-confidence vote

The opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Friday night disputed a High Court challenge to scrap then government parliamentarian Charrandass Persaud’s vote for the opposition-sponsored no-confidence motion because he is a Canadian. The PPP contender that the Guyana Constitution also provides for the preservation of all acts by parliamentarians although he or she might have been …

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PPP says constitution preserves Canadian Charrandass Persaud’s no-confidence vote

The opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Friday night disputed a High Court challenge to scrap then government parliamentarian Charrandass Persaud’s vote for the opposition-sponsored no-confidence motion because he is a Canadian. The PPP contender that the Guyana Constitution also provides for the preservation of all acts by parliamentarians although he or she might have been …

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PPP says constitution preserves Canadian Charrandas Persaud’s no-confidence vote

The opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Friday night disputed a High Court challenge to scrap former government Member of Parliament Charrandas Persaud’s vote for the opposition-sponsored no-confidence motion because he is a Canadian. The PPP contended that the Guyana Constitution also provides for the preservation of all acts by parliamentarians although he or she might …

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High Court asked to quash no-confidence motion; says Charrandass Persaud was Canadian since 1998

The High Court was Friday asked to quash a no-confidence motion against the Guyana government on the grounds that then government parliamentarian, Charrandass Persaud, who sided with the opposition to pass the motion had falsely declared that he was a Guyanese citizen, but immigration records show that he has been a Canadian citizen since 1998. In …

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High Court asked to quash no-confidence motion; says Charrandass Persaud was Canadian since 1998

The High Court was Friday asked to quash a no-confidence motion against the Guyana government on the grounds that then government parliamentarian, Charrandass Persaud, who sided with the opposition to pass the motion had falsely declared that he was a Guyanese citizen, but immigration records show that he has been a Canadian citizen since 1998. In …

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High Court asked to quash no-confidence motion; says Charrandas Persaud was Canadian since 1998

The High Court was Friday asked to quash a no-confidence motion against the Guyana Government on the grounds that former government parliamentarian, Charrandas Persaud, who sided with the opposition to pass the motion had falsely declared that he was a Guyanese citizen, but immigration records show that he has been a Canadian citizen since 1998. …

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