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Guyana, Canada Talk Investment

 Above: Environment Minister Robert Persaud and Canadian High Commissioner David Devine (Photo: GINA) By the Caribbean Journal staff Guyanese Natural Resources Minister Robert Persaud joined Canadian High Commissioner David Devine at a video conference with Canadian investors yesterday. Persaud said …

China Pledges to Expand Bilateral Cooperation with Guyana

 By the Caribbean Journal staff China has pledged to expand bilateral cooperation with Guyana following the country’s election last Monday. Chinese President Hu Jintao sent a congratulatory message to new Guyanese President Donald Ramotar on behalf of the Chinese government …

Guyana’s Ramotar Names New Cabinet

 Above: President Donald Ramotar, Foreign Minister Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett and Prime Minister Samuel Hinds (Photos: GINA) By the Caribbean Journal staff New Guyanese President Donald Ramotar has named his new cabinet, with Prime Minister Samuel Hinds and 19 Ministers sworn in …

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 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 …

 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 …

 Above: clockwise, from left: St Lucia PM Stephenson King, Opposition Leader Dr Kenny Anthony. Guyanese Presidential Candidates Khemraj Ramjattan and Donald Ramotar, St Lucian UWP Candidate Spider Montoute and Guyanese Presidential Candidate David Granger By the Caribbean Journal staff Voters …

 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 …

 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 …

 

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