What a shame. The historic decision by Organization of American States chief Luis Almagro to call for an official regional discussion on Venezuela’s break with democratic rule may be derailed by a group of countries that say they support democracy, but are really buying time for the Venezuelan regime.
So far, we have carried two articles on the above subject. The first article looks at the period 1966 to 1992 where there was a progressive deterioration in public financial management so much so that public accountability was brought to a standstill in 1981.
Interviews and photos by Jonelle Fields and David Papannah
This week we asked the man and woman in the street for their views on the City Council’s announced plan to install parking meters in Central Georgetown this year.
A pressing question that arises from last week’s brief introduction to the forest transition hypothesis is whether it offers useful guidance as regards future trends in Guyana’s extractive forest sector.
When it comes to regional and hemispheric institutions, the Caribbean and Latin America have become a crowded space. Over the last few years an extraordinary number of bodies have appeared, expanding their agendas to promote regional integration, sustainable development, political cooperation, a single approach in international forums, and the promotion of dialogue with other states and institutions.