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During a tour of the main court room, Communication and Protocol Officer of the Supreme Court, Jonelle Fields (seen on the monitor in the top left corner) demonstrated how alleged victims will be able to give evidence in a safe environment outside of the courtroom.
During a tour of the main court room, Communication and Protocol Officer of the Supreme Court, Jonelle Fields (seen on the monitor in the top left corner) demonstrated how alleged victims will be able to give evidence in a safe environment outside of the courtroom.

Sexual offences court launched at Suddie

The Supreme Court of Judicature yesterday launched a $17 million Sexual Offences Court at Suddie, on the Essequibo Coast.

President David Granger (centre at right) accompanied by Minister of Public Health, Volda Lawrence and Minister of State, Dawn Hastings-Williams yesterday met with a team from The Carter Center. The team comprised Brett Lacy, Associate Director of Democracy Programmes; Carlos Valenzuela, Senior Advisor and International Electoral Expert; Anne Marlborough, Legal Analyst and Nicholas Jahr, Political Advisor.
President David Granger (centre at right) accompanied by Minister of Public Health, Volda Lawrence and Minister of State, Dawn Hastings-Williams yesterday met with a team from The Carter Center. The team comprised Brett Lacy, Associate Director of Democracy Programmes; Carlos Valenzuela, Senior Advisor and International Electoral Expert; Anne Marlborough, Legal Analyst and Nicholas Jahr, Political Advisor.

Granger restates that GECOM must advise on electoral readiness

Following a meeting with the Carter Center, President David Granger once again said in a nationwide address yesterday that it is the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) which must advise him on the best possible date for elections.

Minister of Public Telecommunications, Catherine Hughes (third from left) and MACORP CEO  Guillermo Escarraga holding the MoU. (Ministry of Public Telecommunications photo)

MACORP, ministry in MoU for online training of technicians

Minister of Public Telecommuni-cations Catherine Hughes and Chief Executive Officer of the Machinery Corporation (MA-CORP) Guillermo Escarraga yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding for free online training for persons interested in being certified  for the repair and maintenance of heavy machinery.

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