Transparency Institute Guyana in collaboration with Dr Anand Goolsarran is pleased to invite members of the public to the launching of his seminal work Improving Public Accountability: The Guyana Experience 1985-2007.
I briefly watched the NCN debate on corruption as it relates to NICIL, and I cannot help but form the impression, as in the case of the earlier debates, that the government is trying its best to present to the nation its version to counter the various allegations of corruption.
Communications I have received concerning last week’s column have all expressed indignation at the remarks, which were reportedly made by the European Union (EU) Ambassador when speaking about GuySuCo and the Guyana sugar industry.
If one were to look at the heritage of Amerindian arts and culture in Guyana from the perspective of records and treatment in the colonial period one will find mixed attitudes and treatments – from serious study to superficiality, stereotyping and romanticism; from thorough and valuable documentation to disapproval and scepticism.
The US presidential election 2012
By Ronald Austin
As I write the American media are in a frenzy over remarks made by Mitt Romney in much the same way that they were a few weeks ago when Ted Aiken delivered his opinion that illegitimate rape does not lead to a pregnancy.
Last week, we spoke about the actual mechanics of the intercourse between a male dog and a bitch. We mentioned that after intromission a knot at the base of the penis, called the ‘glandular bulb’, becomes swollen.