Although Guyana has reaped success in meeting the required global standards for anti-money laundering & combating the financing of terrorism, further steps need to be taken. This was zeroed in during the 46th plenary meeting for CFATF recently held in the country. More from Kristen Macklingam.
London-based Guyanese still want action to be taken with regard to the findings of the Walter Rodney assassination Commission of Inquiry; but were told by a PPP/C emissary that the coalition government will never do this. Find out why in this Kristen Macklingam report.
The Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union, GAWU, is giving the Government a pat on the back for its decision to delay the closure and privatization of three sugar estates. It’s a good move and we hope it’s a permanent one GAWU’s President says. The details in this report from Royden James.
The Parliamentary Opposition, PPP/C has taken its fight against the Government to the Guyana Diaspora in the United Kingdom where Bishop Juan Edghill addressed a small gathering, saying that SOCU and SARA continue to target anyone who does not support the APNU+AFC coalition. Kristen Macklingam reports.
The Private Sector Commission has raised with the Government the sad state of affairs at the Guyana Power and Light. The Administration agrees that something needs to be done about the country’s power generation. The details from Royden James.