Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo yesterday called on the Opposition to put to an end their dilatory tactic because it violates the standing order of the National Assembly. “The Standing Orders, first of all, Standing Order 76, says that if you were to move an amendment when a matter is before the Committee of Supply, and we are in the Committee of Supply, it needs a notice to be given of the motion of amendment,” PM Nagamootoo noted, according to a statement from the Department of Public Information. Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo speaking yesterday (DPI photo)
The wives of Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo and Chairman of Beepat’s Group Roy Beepat, respectively, Sita Nagamootoo (second from left) and Monica Beepat (third from left) along with Minister of Business Dominic Gaskin (right) cutting the ceremonial ribbon declaring the FoodMaxx supermarket opened.
The Deaf Association of Guyana (DAG) recently held it second art competition under the theme “Nature Studies-my Green Guyana” showcasing the creative talent of hearing impaired students, a release from the Department of Public Information (DPI) said.
President David Granger yesterday visited the world famous Nairobi National Park, which is located within the capital of Kenya and covers an area of 117 square kilometres.As part of the tour, the President visited an elephant orphanage located within the park, a release from the Ministry of the Presidency said yesterday.
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