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Address to the Nation By His Excellency Donald Ramotar President of the Republic of Guyana   November 10, 2014 Fellow Guyanese, in my address to you on November 4, I indicated our desire for the National Assembly, in its post-recess sittings, to deliberate and give...

In what many believe was the inevitable outcome to the current political crisis in Guyana, NewsNow has been reliably informed that Head-of-State, President Donald Ramotar has taken steps to prorogue Parliament. A highly placed source confirmed to NewsNow that the president...

- Stresses gov’t is not afraid of any eventuality Education minister, Priya Manickchand said all attempts must be made to find a mature way around the current political deadlock gripping the nation, while emphasizing that for its part, government has...

- Parliament will have to be reconvened at budget time While acknowledging that President Donald Ramotar has a constitutional right to either prorogue or dissolve Parliament, former Speaker of the National Assembly, Ralph Ramkarran believes that there are no real...

Under pressure to set a date for Local Government Elections in Guyana, President Donald Ramotar, while stopping short of doing that, said the elections will be held by June 2015. The Head-of-State made the disclosure during an address to the...

President Donald Ramotar said on Tuesday evening the first post-recess sitting of the National Assembly will take place on November 10. Parliamentarians were scheduled to return to the National Assembly weeks ago but the first sitting has been unduly delayed...

- APNU extremely disappointed, will not be intimidated Guyana’s Head-of-State, President Donald Ramotar says any attempt to delay addressing several “urgent matters” by bringing forward a debate on the no confidence motion when Parliament reconvenes will result in him calling...

With more than 99% of votes counted, incumbent President Dilma Rousseff had 51.59% of the vote, according to official results. Opposition candidate Aecio Neves garnered 48.41%. Neves said he called to congratulate Rousseff, who thanked voters on Twitter late Sunday...

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