Two Cessna 206 aircraft – one is the subject of High Court litigation in Guyana – which were flown out of the Eugene F. Correia (Ogle) International Airport early Saturday morning without authorization, have been located in Anguilla.
People’s Progressive Party (PPP) General Secretary, Clement Rohee on Tuesday said any paid parking system – lots or meters- to be implemented in the capital city must be the subject of public consultations.
The hiring practices of the APNU+AFC coalition government is once again under the spotlight following revelations that a recently re-hired high ranking official at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stole a large sum of foreign currency and fled his post while stationed at an overseas mission.
– PPP highlights coalition failure to fulfill campaign promises to Youths
The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) says that while it welcomes government’s recognition that the current economic situation will result in increased unemployment at the youth level the APNU+AFC has failed to live up to its manifesto promises made to this demographic.
President David Granger has made clear his position on the death penalty issue in Guyana, noting that he has no intention of executing anyone. The Head of State was speaking on his weekly televised programme “The Public Interest” on Thursday.
In the face of mounting criticism and a huge public outcry Mayor of Georgetown Patricia Chase-Green said at a press conference on Monday that the city will be going ahead with the parking meters project which will come on stream from September 1st.
Ever since its announcement last month the agreement between the city and National Parking Systems (NPS) has received widespread criticism and been the source of public outrage. Concerns have been raised about the absence of transparency in the signing of the agreement, the revenue structure and the parking toll fee. Continue reading Mayor says City going ahead with parking meter installation
The People’s Progressive Party has voiced its rejection of an agreement signed by the Georgetown Mayor and City Council and a company, National Parking Systems (NPS) in which parking meters are expected to be installed in several areas in the capital city.