No-confidence appeal case postponed

-Attorney General ordered to correct glaring errors in submissions

Basil Williams

Attorney General Basil Williams was yesterday told that he needed to correct glaring errors in the court documents he filed challenging two of the High Court decisions in the no-confidence case, before the Court of Appeal can hear his applications for a stay of those judgments and conservatory orders to keep the President, the Cabinet and government in place until the appeals are heard and determined.

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Tuesday’s vote by a majority of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) to advise President David Granger that the three-month constitutional deadline for general elections cannot be met is a gross transgression of the constitution of Guyana and must not be allowed to stand.

West Indies opener Chris Gayle celebrates his century in the opening ODI against England at Kensington Oval.

Gayle ton in vain as England seal historic run chase

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Chris Gayle’s 24th one-day hundred went in vain as West Indies paid dearly for a plethora of missed chances in the field, allowing England to complete their highest-ever run chase in One-Day Internationals and win the opening contest of the five-match series by six wickets here yesterday.