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A total of ten persons, among whom was a Guyanese woman, were each fined $30, 000 for failing to undergo the legal process of entering Guyana when they were yesterday indicted before Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry.Appearing at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court were Guyanese Venus Elisabeth Mohammed and the Venezuelans Jesus Pernandez, Juan Diaz Mahamito, James Ado, Berta Innis Rodriquez, Oscar Martinez, Kennedy Jose, Lendal Mohabito, Fernando and Luis Hernando Galedaz, who all pleaded guilty to the charge laid against them.When the charge was read to them by the Chief Magistrate there was initially a bit of reluctance to accept that their presence in Guyana was illegal, but the accused all eventually accepted that on January 18, at Charity, NFL Jerseys China, Essequibo they entered Guyana by sea and disembarked without the consent of an Immigration officer.Attorney at Law Jerome Khan who entered an appearance on behalf of two of the accused explained that when the entourage entered Guyana there was no Immigration Officer at Charity’s point of entry so they decided to venture to Georgetown to report to Immigration.The lawyer related that he could verify that at least one of the passports had a visa which would have been expiring until April 13 this year. Khan said that they failed to present themselves, but were not in Guyana ‘illegally’.The Chief Magistrate however stated that notwithstanding the visa, it was imperative for them to present themselves to an Immigration officer. Additionally, the Prosecution, represented by Inspector Michael Grant, said that they had already passed two ports of entry but had failed to present themselves so as to have their passports stamped.Based on what was translated by Corporal Peters, the court heard that they were mostly first-time tourists. Magistrate Sewnarine-Beharry thereafter fined them and informed them that failing to pay same in the next seven days would result in three weeks’ imprisonment.Some of the Venezuelans charged
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Date: 24 Jun 18 07:39pm
…despite global economic and financial crisisPresident Bharrat Jagdeo has stated that despite Guyana feeling the effects of the global financial and economic crisis in its real sector, public sector employees will receive a pay increase this year.He explained that Government has maintained spending, especially on the social services to its people, and while other countries in the Caribbean, like Jamaica, have been forced to either cut or freeze wages, Guyanese workers can expect an increase this year.President Bharrat JagdeoThe Head of State was at the time being interviewed by the National Communications Network (NCN), and was discussing the role he has been assigned as the Chairman of the regional task force established at the recently concluded 30th Heads of Government Conference of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) held in Guyana, which will seek solutions to the ongoing crisis.He explained that the crisis has been affecting several CARICOM countries, generating serious social consequences.In Jamaica, 60 per cent of merchandise exports have been lost, Dominica was forced to take an emergency loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Antigua and Barbuda has lost over 1, 000 jobs from the fallout of the Stanford debacle, which for a country of just over 100, Cheap Jerseys, 000 people is a major setback.The President stressed that tourism and financial services, which are significant revenue earners and job providers in the Caribbean, have been severely affected by the crisis.Remittances, which are a significant contribution to several economies, have slumped as Caribbean nationals in the developed world cope with the economic depression. Millions of people have lost their jobs and homes as a result of the meltdown.In Guyana, the real sector has been affected, as a fall in global demand for export commodities has resulted in less revenue for the country. Bauxite companies operating in Guyana, BOSAI and RUSAL, have faced difficulties.Some construction projects have been put on hold because the investors have been unable to raise the finances needed in this tough economic climate.The Head of State stressed that his Administration’s proper stewardship of the economy has placed Guyana in the position of riding out the crisis without much setback. (GINA)
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Date: 24 Jun 18 07:39pm
– “This website needs to do more than just document corruption, ”Residents from several communities hold firm to the belief that the “I paid a bribe” website created by the Ministry of Home Affairs is just a “sham” or a mere “distraction” to the real issue which is finding clear cut solutions that will help to clamp down on the corruption within the various sectors of the Ministry.“It has come to our attention that bribery has cemented itself firmly into the bloodstream of our culture. The people we have elected to protect our interests and the interests of the country at large are failing us and we need to take these little things if one so deems it, as very important.“It is troubling that this so called website just sits there and since its establishment, not a peep could be heard of its success. It is as though bribery has formed a part of our culture, ” one upset resident explained.The site which was launched on May 17, last, is a part of the efforts by the Minister of Home Affairs, Clement Rohee and Information Technology Specialist Floyd Levi, to aid in the fight against corruption in the various Government Ministries.Though the site does not permit the victims of such acts to name the perpetrators, they are however; permitted to name the department to which the bribe was paid and the date and time the amount of money was paid.However, residents have expressed their concerns to this publication, stating that they continue to be harassed whilst this website just serves as a mere “complaint book” that does not seem to prompt the necessary recourse.The concerned citizens added, “We are calling on the Minister to address this issue. Online reports are being made about our experiences, now we ask what steps are being taken to solve these issues.“Have investigations been launched since reports are being made? And most importantly, can victims really rely on this website to provide some sort of relief to this disgusting disease called bribery, Wholesale NFL Jerseys, especially since to date, the status of this level of corruption still remains the same?”
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Date: 24 Jun 18 07:39pm
On Friday November 11, the National Cultural Centre will come alive with the staging of the play “Old Story Time” by Trevor Rhone, which was directed locally by Grace Chapman, and involves a cast of the English ‘B’ students of the Mackenzie High School. The matinee show is targeting CXC English B students in and around Georgetown.The play is a required text on the CXC English B syllabus for 2012-2014. English teacher at the Mackenzie High School, Sarah Nunes, said that she decided to contact Ms Chapman, an Arts-in-Education Specialist and veteran dramatist, to work with the students in the production of the play.Nunes noted that the theatre experience will expose the students to a deeper understanding and by extension analysis of the play.“Plays are really written to be performed, and by having the children performing the play, it naturally enhanced their learning experience and understanding, ” an obviously satisfied Nunes pointed out.“Children have a lot of potential and energy, and if that potential and energy is mismanaged, we can lose them. I really love what I do (teaching) so over the holidays while I was preparing my scheme of work, I heard of the school’s record breaking performance in CSEC English B, so I thought of a way for us to do even better. “Immediately it was birthed in my spirit that a production of the drama aspect of the syllabus would be a good thing, so I immediately contacted Ms Chapman, who agreed to help us, ” Nunes added.Over the past two weeks both members of the Linden community and Secondary School Students across Region Ten, Cheap Jerseys China, who are writing English B at the next sitting of the CSEC were given the opportunity to view the production, at the Mackenzie High School auditorium and Lichas Hall respectively.Students and parents expressed satisfaction with the production, and congratulated both the staff of the Mackenzie High School and Director Grace Chapman for the initiative.Chapman, in a recent interview, said that working with the students who were for the most part ‘green’ as far as theatre was concerned, was a very fulfilling experience.Chapman pointed out that she readily accepted after Nunes asked her to direct the production, which she described as a work in progress, as the students are still striving to perfect their roles.“But I’m satisfied; I’m very happy with these students because most of them show a lot of potential and are very eager to learn. I was also pleasantly surprised that they caught on so quickly considering the fact that all of them, except Carlisa Blair, who played the part of Lois, had no experience on the stage.Their diction was also really good-all in all I think they did a great job, and I know that by the time they get to the Culture Centre on Friday, they’ll be doing fantastic, ” Chapman asserted confidently.Rehearsals for the play were done over six weeks Chapman said, while noting that the students were involved in every aspect of its production.“We had a whole production team of about 35 persons including the lighting crew, and what we did was actually illustrate that even with limited resources, we can still produce quality theatre, ” Chapman added.During the production of the play the students looked at the play from a cultural and historical context and did characterization and character analysis.The students said that they were very happy with the production, which they claimed has helped them immensely in analyzing the play.They now boast of enriched learning experiences.The staging of the play “Old Story Time’ was made possible through sponsors such as Bosai Guyana Inc. the Linmine secretariat, Banks DIH Limited, the Regional Democratic Council, Jacs Bakery and Restaurant, Pioneer Construction, GT&T, Courts, Lichas, the Linden Foundation Secondary School and the staff of the Mackenzie High School. (Enid Joaquin)
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