Category Archives: Caribbean News

Barbados Pushing Regional Narrative

One of the noticeable marks Prime Minister of Barbados Mia Mottley has been making early in her tenure is on the regional front.  By contrast former Prime Minister Freundel Stuart was silent and usurped the leadership role Barbados has played historically in the region. Prime Minister Mia Mottley at the 2019 Caribbean Forum on Regional Transformation for Inclusive and Sustainable

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Stewarding Post-Hurricane Dorian Donor and Investment Funding Strategically

In the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, many Bahamians marveled at the sheer quantity and speed at which much-needed relief supplies and funding poured into the country. From the deployment of armed forces from countries with which we have close ties to the multi-million-dollar donations by established tourism brands, we thankfully witnessed a variety of support flow into our island

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Guyana, Spawned by Racism

What has the PPP done for Guyana other than spawn racism, civil war, decadence, carnage, corruption, death squads, a narco-state and Roger Khan?  The PPP was formed in 1950. The party won the elections in 1953 during British rule but was promptly removed from office by the British  government because of its radical, communist ideology and bad governance. Elections were

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STATEMENT BY US, UK and EU Rejected!

PRESS STATEMENT: CGID REJECTS STATEMENT BY US, UK & EU ON THE STATUS OF THE GUYANA GOVERNMENT, CONDEMNS INTERFERENCE IN GUYANA’S INTERNAL AFFAIRS  The Caribbean Guyana Institute for Democracy (CGID) rejects the statement today by the United States, United Kingdom and the European Union that Guyana’s APNU+AFC coalition government is in breach of the Guyana constitution, because elections were not

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UTT Staff Retrenched

Related Links: Petrotrin Cries Felt by Fired UTT Lecturers UTT Professor BARRED from GRADUATION The National Budget Presentation on UTT The National Budget Presentation on UTT No Hearing or Appeal before UTT Fired Lecturers Due Process Not Followed in UTT Firings MASSIVE FIRING AT UTT BEGINS: UTT lecturers dismissed amidst Imbert’s bright forecast  

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