Anil’s conversation not doctored but taken out of context -Ramotar

President Donald Ramotar on Wednesday explained to the media that when the government said that the recorded conversation was “distorted and manipulated”, it did not mean that the recording was “doctored” but rather, the government believes what the Attorney General said was “taken out of context”. The President brushed aside questions about the calls for Nandlall to […]

Nandlall has breached the nation’s trust and should go -APNU

The Opposition coalition group, A Partnership for National Unity is stepping up its calls for the Attorney General, Anil Nandlall, to demit office in wake of statements made in a recorded telephone conversation between the Attorney General and a Kaieteur News journalist. At a Wednesday morning press conference, APNU point man on legal matters and […]

Nandlall sues Lall for $30M over Kaieteur News report

Embattled Attorney General Anil Nandlall, has filed a $30 million lawsuit against the Kaieteur News seeking damages from the newspaper over the contents of an article carried in the Tuesday, October 28, 2014 edition of the newspaper about a recorded conversation involving the Attorney General. According to a statement from the Government Information Agency, the […]

President and PPP remember “Comrade Navin”

President Donald Ramotar has described the passing of former Agriculture Minister and long-serving executive of the ruling People’s Progressive Party (PPP), Navin Chandarpal as a significant blow to Guyana. President Ramotar, on behalf of the Government and his family, has extended sympathy to the family, relatives and friends of the late Presidential Advisor on Sustainable […]

AFC and APNU demand Nandlall’s removal from office

The Opposition parties Alliance For Change and A Partnership for National Unity are calling for the Attorney General Anil Nandlall to be fired or to demit office following statements he made in a recorded conversation. The APNU and AFC believe that Nandlall should demit office immediately since they are convinced that he has brought the […]

Clinton Urling to head GFF Normalisation Committee

Businessman and former President of the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Clinton Urling has been picked by FIFA to head the Normalisation Committee of the Guyana Football Federation which has replaced the ousted GFF President and his executive. The other members of the Committee are Karen Pilgrim, Rabin Chandarpal, Stuart May and Tariq Williams. […]

Former PPP Government Minister Navin Chandarpal dies

Former Government Minister under the Peoples Progressive Party Civic administration, Navin Chandarpal died early on Tuesday morning after a long battle with cancer. Mr. Chandarpal served as Minister of Agriculture for a number of years before becoming a Presidential Advisor. He was a well respected member in the People’s Progressive Party and worked for years […]

Speaker wants National Assembly to meet on November 6

The Speaker of the National Assembly Raphael Trotman has instructed the Clerk of the National Assembly to convene a Sitting of the Assembly for November 6, 2014. Trotman’s decision comes in wake of the government’s refusal to set a date for the National Assembly to reconvene. The Speaker said he sought guidance and legal advice before […]

Government stands by threat warning Attorney General

The Government of Guyana in a late night statement on Monday threw its full support behind Attorney General Anil Nandlall in wake of a recorded conversation between the Attorney General and a Kaieteur News reporter in which the Attorney General warns the reporter to get out of the Kaieteur News environment since men with weapons […]

Glenn Lall files police complaint against AG over death threats

With his lawyer at his side, Publisher of the Kaieteur News, Glenn Lall, filed a police complaint on Monday afternoon against Guyana’s Attorney General, Anil Nandlall over alleged death threats contained in a recorded conversation between the Attorney General and a senior reporter at the Kaieteur News. During the recorded conversation, a voice believed to […]