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GUYANA | Opposition questions Guyana's embarassing UN vote on racial discrimination

GEORGETOWN, April 17, 2021 - The government of Guyana continues to be haunted by its embarrassing 'NO' vote in relation to a global call for concrete action for the elimination of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and the comprehensive implementation of and follow-up to the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action, has become a cause for much confusion. 

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GUYANA | Opposition questions Guyana's embarassing UN vote on racial discrimination

JAMAICA | MP George Wright withdraws from JLP Parliamentary Caucus, To become an independent member until……..

KINGSTON,  Jamaica, April 16, 2021 - JLP leader Andrew Holness, says central Westmoreland Member of parliament and JLP member George Wright, will withdraw from the Government Parliamentary caucus, to become an independent member, in light of unresolved allegations circulating in the public domain which are causing deep concern to many Jamaicans and the Jamaica Labour Party, including its Parliamentarians.

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JAMAICA |  MP George Wright withdraws from JLP Parliamentary Caucus, To become an independent member until……..

JAMAICA | Opposition wants JLP MP George Wright to resign over alleged abuse of woman

KINGSTON, Jamaica: The Opposition Spokesperson on Justice and Gender Affairs, Senator Donna Scott Mottley, is calling on the Jamaica Constabulary Force to bring all resources at its disposal to immediately investigate Member of Parliament of Central Westmoreland, George Wright, who was captured in an April 6, 2021 video recording, allegedly, repeatedly striking an unidentified woman.

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JAMAICA | Opposition wants JLP MP George Wright to resign over alleged abuse of woman

JAMAICA | Opposition loses battle to curb PM powers in new disaster law

KINGSTON, March 27, 2021 - Despite herculean attempts by opposition senators on Friday to delay debate on the Disaster Risk Management (Amendment) Act (DRMA), and to impose parliamentary checks on the prime minister's move to create criminal offences by ministerial order without Parliamentary oversight, the opposition failed when the matter came up for a vote in the Senate.

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JAMAICA | Opposition loses battle to curb PM powers in new disaster law
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