JA Teline V - шаблон joomla Форекс
22
Thu, Feb
20 New Articles

Top Stories

Ramkarran says “The President has no choice”

While President David Granger may wish not to appoint anyone to again act as Chancellor

 

The Ministry of the Presidency is questioning the motives of the statement by the Guyana Bar Association (GBA), which was issued to the media and reported on in relation to the appointment of a Chancellor and Chief Justice.

-         AFC Councillor

Town Clerk, Royston King is facing an impending no-confidence motion.

Opposition Leader, Bharrat Jagdeo is in support of the move to re-open the Enmore and Skeldon sugar factories.

The Skeldon and Enmore Sugar Estates will be reopened by March month end.

-         -So says President David Granger on the third anniversary of the Accord

 

On the occasion of the 3rd anniversary of the Cummingsburg Accord, President David Granger said entering into such an arrangement was the better option for Guyana, given the country’s political climate at the time. 

However, when asked about a review of the accord, as touted by the Alliance for Change, the President stated that at this point in time, the parties are not compelled to undertake such an activity.

Nevertheless, he said the Alliance for Change, which is the second major partner in the coalition, can choose to explore several options.

“There is no compulsion that the accord be reviewed because the shortest period is three years and the longest period is until 2020. So the Alliance for Change has several options, it can allow the accord to proceed it can allow it to expire in 2020 or it can make a request for the meeting but APNU is committed to coalition politics and the advent of the coalition into Government is good for Guyana. We are better together and we would like to see the accord continue,” the President said.

Meanwhile, Leader of the Alliance for Change, Raphael Trotman said those who crafted the accord and had it signed, wanted some discussions on the ways it can be strengthened.

“I believe that this is healthy for the coalition and so the AFC view is that yes it allows for and it was designed for a review and it should be reviewed because there is no doubt that there are areas that need to be refashioned we are vindicated in our decision to enter into an accord and therefore we should not shy away from it,” Trotman said.

Trotman said a letter calling for the accord to be reviewed has already been drafted and will be discussed extensively at its National Executive Council meeting, slated for February 17.

 

Thereafter, the letter he said will be sent promptly to the president.

 

 

u.d.f.a. under 17 finals will be played this evening at the msc ground. 

In the first match up at 18:30 will be in the -3rd place playoff between mile rock and net rockers football club. 

The finales will see Amelia’s ward panthers doing battle with eagles united football club. 

On Monday at the association's headquarters 8 schools received 100 tickets each to attend the game from sponsors within the town which includes bosai minerals, Dave and Celinas, sports plus, and udfa. 

The petra organization also sponsored this tournament with donation of trophies.

 

After suffering mixed fortunes in round two of the Caribbean football union’s Scotia bank cup championship,

Golden jags coach Wayne Dover says it’s back to the drawing board for his team as they prepare for the next round of Action.

Coach Dover believes with Guyana not being able to host their leg of the tournament place his team at somewhat of a disadvantage.

Looking ahead Dover acknowledged that the management will turn its attention to putting together the right formula to qualify for the gold cup.

 

It was a very exciting weekend of racing for Calvin at the very challenging 3.27 miles VIR circuit with 17 turns, driving there for the first time.

 In race # 1 on Saturday, Calvin finished in fourth position after qualifying and starting the race in P2.

Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of the Presidency (MOTP), Mr. Omar Shariff has been sent on leave by Minister of State, Mr. Joseph Harmon. In a letter dated June 30, 2016 to Mr. Shariff, Minister Harmon wrote, “You will recall having informed me that you are now the subject of an investigation by the Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) of the Guyana Police Force”.

The Minister, therefore, informed Mr. Shariff in that letter that he should proceed on his Annual Leave from July 1, 2016 to enable him to fully cooperate with the investigation. Deputy Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Communities, Ms. Abena Moore will take up the role of Acting Permanent Secretary at MOTP.

 

President David Granger will be addressing the City Council's Statutory meeting at 14:00 hours today. The occasion will see a special parade by ranks of the City Constabulary Department in honour of the President. 

Top Stories

Grid List

 ExxonMobil XOM -0.19% announced a big discovery at its new well offshore Guyana, called Liza-2. It builds on the success of 2015’s Liza-1. At Exxon’s recent annual meeting, CEO Rex Tillerson declared that first Liza to be the world’s biggest discovery of 2015. Together, the Lizas high-porosity sandstone reservoirs could hold more than 1.4 billion recoverable barrels of high-quality oil.