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Donald Ramotar Wins Guyanese Election

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Donald Ramotar has won the Guyanese election, having secured 48.6 percent of the vote in the 2011 general and regional elections, according to the Guyana Elections Commission. It is the first minority government for the …

Guyana Waits on Election Results; Jagdeo Calls for Announcement “Immediately”

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Guyanese President Bharrat Jagdeo has called on Guyana’s Elections Commission to accelerate its declaration on the preliminary results of Monday’s vote. Jagdeo, who is not running for another term (the country’s constitution prohibits it), expressed …

Ahead of Monday’s Election, Guyana’s Jagdeo Gives Farewell Address

 Above: Guyanese President Bharrat Jagdeo (Photo: GINA) By the Caribbean Journal staff After 12 years as Guyana’s president, Bharrat Jagdeo will not be seeking re-election, and gave his farewell speech yesterday. “It has been the greatest privilege of my life …

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 Above: PM Samuel Hinds and CEO Hilbert Shields (Photo: GINA) By the Caribbean Journal staff Canadian firm First Bauxite Corporation is hoping to develop a vastly underexplored region of bauxite mining in Guyana’s Bonasika, an area along the Essequibo river …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Guyana’s Telephone and Telegraph Company launched Blackberry service yesterday at its new Brickdam Office, at a ceremony with President Bharrat Jagdeo. Jagdeo said the government looked forward to working with the company to ensure that …

 Above: from left, PM Samuel Hinds, President Bharrat Jagdeo (background) and Sandspring Chairman John Adams (Photo: GINA) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Guyanese government signed a partnership agreement yesterday with Canadian mining company Sandspring Resources and its affiliate ETK, …

 Above: recipients of the Haier netbooks (Photo: GINA) By the Caribbean Journal staff Guyana launched a programme yesterday aimed at supplying families in the country with one laptop per household, an initiative financed in part by the Chinese government. The …

 Above: Samuel Hinds and Donald Ramotar (Photo: GINA) By the Caribbean Journal staff Guyanese Prime Minister Samuel Hinds will stay on as the People’s Progressive Party candidate for Prime Minister in the upcoming election in November, Presidential Candidate Donald Ramotar …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Guyanese President Bharrat Jagdeo announced tonight that general and regional elections will be held on Nov. 28. Jagdeo will not be running in the elections, meaning Guyana will have a new prime minister for the …

 Above: Guyanese President Bharrat Jagdeo and IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde (Photos: GINA and IMF) Guyanese President Bharrat Jagdeo met Friday with the newly-appointed managing director of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde. The two officials spoke on the issue …

 Above: President Bharrat Jagdeo and IDB President Luis Alberto Moreno By the Caribbean Journal staff Guyanese President Bharrat Jagdeo and Finance Minister Ashni Singh met yesterday with the President of the Innter-American Development Bank, Luis Alberto Moreno, at the bank’s …

 Above: Ambassador Brent Hardt and President Bharrat Jagdeo (Photo: GINA) Guyanese President Bharrat Jagdeo met with new United States Ambassador to Guyana Brent Hardt to reaffirm what he called a commitment to open, candid and constructive dialogue between the two …

 Above: Guyanese President Bharrat Jagdeo (File Photo) Several international organizations will observe Guyana’s general elections this year, according to a senior Guyanese government official. Both CARICOM and the Organization of American States have agreed to send observers, and Guyana asked …

 Guyana’s President, Bharrat Jagdeo, met with his German counterpart, Christian Wulff to discuss climate change and green growth at Wulff’s official residence, Bellevue. “In the run up to [climate conference] Copenhagen, the issue of climate change and green growth received …

 President Bharrat Jagdeo Guyana is preparing to hold elections, both for president and Parliament, by November. All 65 seats in the country’s parliament will be in play in the election, the first in Guyana since 2006, when President Bharrat Jagdeo’s …

 

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