Former President Donald Ramotar today released a letter written to him by the Head of BK Inc Brian Tiwari on March 23rd last year pledging continuing support to the PPP and best wishes for the then upcoming general elections.
VIENNA, (Reuters) – Austria’s presidential runoff election must be held again, the Constitutional Court ruled today, handing the Freedom Party’s narrowly defeated candidate another chance to become the first far-right head of state in the European Union.
-says Surendra containers held far less than claimed
Businessman Brian Tiwarie yesterday rejected claims that his company had taken possession of containers belonging to the fired Specialty Hospital contractor and he accused the Donald Ramotar administration of grossly mismanaging the project.
There is a major structural fault with the $350m bridge constructed across the Hope Canal, East Coast Demerara, according to Minister of State Joseph Harmon, who yesterday said the structure has repeatedly shifted away from the road.
After hours of deliberations, the National Assembly last night approved almost $800 million in extra-budgetary spending including on 6000 solar panels to “green” State House and an army exercise aimed at testing the preparedness of the Guyana Defence Force which was done last year.
An inquiry has been launched into the circumstances surrounding how two planes left Guyana illegally from the Eugene F Correia International Airport (EFCIA) last Saturday, Minister of State Joseph Harmon said yesterday.
The Ministry of Social Protection yesterday welcomed the latest classification on Trafficking in Persons (TIP), which has seen the country coming off the watch list for TIP, that is, moving from Tier 2 on the Watch List to just Tier Two.
Terrence McLean, the man who tried to extort $10 million from a city bank in the name of ISIS by threatening to detonate a bomb he claimed he had on him, was yesterday sentenced to three years in jail for the crime.
Facing a huge debt, slumping production and pressure over the planned end of cane cultivation at the Wales estate, the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) yesterday launched a `New GuySuCo’ that includes diversification but there were few details.