Guyana Cross Dressing Law Unconstitutional – Says CCJ In Landmark Ruling

After what seemed like a lengthy wait, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has finally ruled that Guyana’s law, which makes it a criminal offence for a man or woman to appear in a public place while dressed in clothing of the opposite sex, is unconstitutional. The case of Quincy McEwan, Seon Clarke, Joseph Fraser, Seyon […]

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Govt. operating like a headless chicken on Natural Resource Fund-Ram

Chartered Accountant and Oil and Gas Academic, Christopher Ram, has described the Government as “a headless chicken” when it comes to addressing crucial issues surrounding the proposed Natural Resource Fund. Speaking with the Guyana Standard today, Ram said that the government is still to bring before the citizenry, a Petroleum Depletion Policy to guide withdrawals […]

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“Oh God, Gov’t don’t have anything to do,” – Jagdeo on Licensing of teachers

As discussions are underway which will likely see licensing of Guyana teachers, a lot of debate has been generated within the public domain, primarily on social media. Ministry of Education’s Chief Education Officer (CEO), Marcel Hutson, revealed some days ago that the recommendation is one that was presented in the Commission of Inquiry (COI) into […]

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Bandits killed, at separate locations, following attempted robbery

A” plumber,” Calvin Dover was earlier today (May 18, 2018) trailed to a house on Bent Street, Georgetown and killed by police. This was hours after he reportedly fled the scene at a mini supermarket on D’Urban Street where his accomplice was killed during an attempted robbery. Dover was killed after an exchange of gunfire […]

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