By Janette Bulkan
Janette Bulkan is a Social Anthro-pologist who was Coordinator of the Amerindian Research Unit, University of Guyana from 1985 to 1999 and Senior Social Scientist at the Iwokrama International Centre from 2000 to 2003.
Corruption is clearly a priority concern for Guyanese. The 2010 Latin American Public Opinion Poll (LAPOP) conducted by Vanderbilt University in 26 countries, found that 78.5% of the Guyanese surveyed perceived corruption to be high, thereby placing the country in the upper tier along with Jamaica and Peru.
Hot Momma’s advice: Children with physical disabilities are children first! Allow them to experience freedom and independence today!
Getting yourself and your child ready for the day requires extra time, a lot of thinking and quite a bit of preparation.
Is anyone really surprised by the decision by acting Chief Justice Ian Chang to throw out the Director of Public Prosecutions’ advice that Police Commissioner Henry Greene—who has faced similar allegations in 1974 and 1994—be charged with rape?