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Robert Persaud talking defection to APNU AFC Coalition before Guyana elections

Minister of Natural Resources Robert Persaud has been informally communicating with the APNU AFC coalition about joining the team. He is not being taken seriously by leading members due to his close relationship with Bharrat Jagdeo. 423 more words

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Nose blind Ramsammy ducks out from country - By Waltie Ainsworth

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Nose blind Ramsammy ducks out from country

By Waltie Ainsworth

Over the Phagwah holiday weekend, reports from Georgetown suggests that prominent PPP central executive member and Minister of Agriculture, … 412 more words

Guyana: Exxon Mobil to begin exploratory drilling offshore - Venezuela reacts!

 Guyana: Exxon Mobil to begin exploratory drilling offshore 

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Thursday February 19, 2015, CMC – Exxon Mobil says plans are in place to start exploratory drilling next month. 187 more words

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Minister Robert Persaud linked to Mexican drug cartels

Intelligence has surfaced linking  mineral trading in Guyana to at least two major foreign drug cartels including Mexico’s Knights Templar cartel which is currently financing four major gold-mining firms. 233 more words

Water versus gold at Port Kaituma - commentary

Water versus gold at Port Kaituma

SEPTEMBER 8, 2014 · Stabroek News – Editorial

Two weeks ago, residents of Port Kaituma and nearby areas began to complain bitterly about the… 384 more words

Guyana

Forest Commissioner defends Bai Shan Lin and challenges Harmon

In an apparent move to divert attention from the real issues at hand surrounding the Guyana government’s underhand deal with Chinese firm Bai Shan Lin, the Ministry of Natural Resources resources posted a number of press releases on its website. 394 more words

Norway expresses concerns over Chinese timber firm operations in Guyana

Oslo, Norway: A senior monitoring official at Norway’s Ministry of Climate and the Environment is alarmed at reports highlighting the apparent green-house abuse of Guyana’s rainforest by a Chinese firm. 491 more words

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