The APNU+AFC coalition has hailed the decision of the Court of Appeal which said total votes cast in an election means total valid votes cast. Below is the full statement of the coalition The Court of Appeal has today, in its judgment, confirmed the position of the APNU+AFC Coalition that the determination of a final and credible count as contemplated […]

Court of Appeal accepts jurisdiction in challenge to elections declaration The Court of  Appeal by a 2-1 majority (Dawn Gregory and Brassington Reynolds) this afternoon has ruled that it has limited jurisdiction in the matter of Eslyn David v GECOM et al but has determined that “more votes cast” means “more valid votes cast” in keeping with the Recount Order. All the other […]

The Court of Appeal in Guyana will on Monday afternoon deliver a landmark ruling in a case challenging the declaration of the controversial results of the country’s March 2, 2020 General and Regional ElectionBefore making its ruling, the Court, being presided over by Justices: Dawn Gregory; Rishi Persaud and Brassington Reynolds would have to first determine whether it has jurisdiction […]

A police sergeant is dead after his car careened into several vehicles and spare parts which were being showcased in front of a business place on the Land of Plenty Public Road, Essequibo Coast Sunday afternoonPolice said in a release that the accident involved motor car PRR 5764 driven by Police Sergeant #21873 Lakhan Persaud a 25-year-old of Lot 5 […]

Police are investigating a hit-and-run fatal accident which occurred on Sunday evening, June 21, 2020 on Enmore Public Road, East Coast Demerara. The accident involved a motor vehicle number and driver unknown and two males whose names and other particulars are also so far unknown, police said in a statement Sunday night. One of the victims was discovered motionless on […]

“STEM is one way to give kids a vision of life beyond violence. We have to give kids exposure. We have to give them a glimpse into what exists outside of their block or neighborhood” – Former US Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan Youths who grow up in poor communities are often relegated to schools which do not benefit from […]

By Thin Lei Win ROME (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Climate change could spur stronger crop-wilting heatwaves that hit several of the world’s major grain producing regions simultaneously, potentially sparking food shortages and unrest, researchers warned Monday. Crop failures in one part of the world – from weather disasters or other causes – have traditionally been offset with increased trade from other areas with […]

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