After partially blocking the federal highway BR-174 in protest against the victory of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT), supporters of President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) created, on Monday afternoon (31), another point of concentration, now in the first Jungle Infantry Brigade (BIS), in Boa Vista, capital of Roraima.
Bolsonaro Supporters Block Roads, Set Fire, Call for Military Intervention
Leftist Presidential Candidate, Lula Da Silva was yesterday, 30th of October, 2022, declared winner of Brazil’s 2022 General Elections after defeating his right wing opponent, Jair Bolsonaro by a narrow victory. For the last 24 hours since the declaration, Bolsonaro has not breathed a word about the results. However, he had said on national television about three days that he would accept the results whether they were in favor of him or not, because that is what a democracy is all about.
Lula Wins Brazilian Presidency
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva was elected president of Brazil this Sunday (30th) with 59,845,508 votes – equivalent to 50.87% of valid votes. On January 1, 2023, he assumes his third non-consecutive term at the head of the Palácio do Planalto and becomes the politician most times taken to the command of the Executive Power by direct vote in the history of the Republic.
Afghan Refugees: Is the USA Using Guyana as a Dumping Ground?
A Demerara Waves article published today states that the United States has asked Guyana to allow Afghan Refugees into Guyana. It did not state if the US would fund the project or offer any kind of financial assistance to aid the process. While I’m all for humanity, and I love the Afghan people, and pray for their well being, bringing them to Guyana under existing circumstances would be like taking them out of the frying pan and putting them into the fire.
Free Computer Training Commences at Zara Computer Center in Kwakwani, Region 10
Persons who are interested in free computer training and students who need assistance with S.B.A’s and live where there is a Zara Centre can reach out for further advice how to sign up or contact 642-8698 for more information.
Survey: Most Guyanese Sorely Disappointed with Results of Oil Exploration in Guyana
A recent survey carried out by the Guyana, South America publication shows that about 90% of about 200 Guyanese surveyed are sorely disappointed in the results of oil exploration in Guyana since it began in 2015, and starting exporting first oil in late 2019.
Letter: Petition for Increase in Salary for Hotmeal Kitchen Staff in Region 9
We have suffered long enough with this present meager income, which is not even enough to pay for our basic necessities at the end of the week. The time after work each day is not enough to do a second job to supplement our small income of a little over $40, 000 per month. The time runs out so quickly, We are doing a full-time job here!
PSC Responds to Chairman of Ramps Logistics
We have noted with considerable concern, a statement made by the Chairman of Ramps Logistics Guyana, Mr. Shaun Rampersaud, published in the Stabroek News on 23rd October, 2022, with regard to the Guyanese Private Sector on the subject of our country’s Local Content Policy which has no basis in fact nor reality, which, to say the least, is totally misguided and completely out of place.
Vendor Charged for Unlawful Selling of Explosives
Twenty-year-old Daniel Smith of Sparendaam New Housing Scheme, East Coast Demerara, was yesterday charged and fined $20,000 or one week imprisonment for selling explosives. Smith, a vendor at the Anna Regina Old Market, Essequibo Coast was arrested on 23rd of October, 2022 by police in Region #2 for the Unlawful Selling of Explosives.
Raphael Doobay Found Guilty of Rape
Twenty-eight-year-old Raphael Doobay of Airy Hall, Essequibo Coast, Guyana, South America, who is accused of raping an underage girl in 2019, was yesterday found guilty of the offence.
Leonard Smartt Granted Bail on Simple Larceny Charge
Leonard Smartt also known as Osanti Benjamin, a 20-year-old of Laing Avenue, Georgetown, Guyana, South America, appeared at the Diamond/Golden Grove Magistrate’s Court yesterday, before Principal Magistrate Judy Latchman answering to a Simple Larceny charge which was committed on Aronco Construction Inc on September 23rd, 2022 at Providence, East Bank Demerara, Region 4.
Body Found Floating in Mazaruni River
At around 15:00 hrs yesterday, 25th of October, 2022, a female who identified herself as Lis Sam called the Bartica Police Station in Region 7, Guyana, South America, and reported that she received information from one Henry Alphonso, a miner and claim holder at Barakat Mining Concession, that his workers saw what appeared to be a bloated body of a human floating in the Mazaruni River.
Toddler Found Dead in Pomeroon River
GPF | Police are investigating a report of an alleged drowning of toddler, Jeremiah Rodrigues, a one-year, nine months old boy of Lower Pomeroon River, Essequibo, Guyana, South America. The tragic incident is said to have occurred at about 09:30 hrs today 26th of October, 2022 at Grant Kitty, Lower Pomeroon.
Charandass Persaud Tells Woman to “Put the Dog Between Her Legs”
A scathing video has surfaced on social media showing Guyana’s High Commissioner to India, Mr. Charandass Persaud, hurling expletives at a woman in India and telling her to put a dog between her legs. From the video, it appears that an altercation ensued between the woman and Persaud after Persaud removed a dog from his premises. The woman seemed to have been bargaining for a place for the dog to stay. This publication understands that the woman in the video is a professor and an animal activists.
BREAKING: Exxon Makes Two More Discoveries Offshore Guyana
ExxonMobil today announced two discoveries at the Sailfin-1 and Yarrow-1 wells in the Stabroek block offshore Guyana, adding to its extensive portfolio of development opportunities. ExxonMobil has made more than 30 discoveries on the block since 2015, and it has ramped up offshore development and production at a pace that far exceeds the industry average.
Suspects in Multi-Million Dollar Robbery Placed on Bail
On the 21st of October, 2022, Kasho Hardeo, a 20-year-old barber/construction worker of 223 Track ‘A’ Coldingen, East Coast Demerara, and Hansraj Madhu, a 46-year-old construction worker of 236 Track A Coldingen, were arrested by police and charged on the 25th of Octobr, 2022 for the offence of Break and Enter and Larceny committed on the dwelling house of Yaynauth Ramkissoon, a 34-year-old businessman of Coglan Dam, West Bank Demerara, which occurred on 20th of October, 2022.
Letter: I Was Trafficked, I’m Sorry, and I Need to Come Home (Redirected)
Earlier this year (January, 2022), we had written a story about a Guyanese woman who is trapped in a Syrian Refugee camp with her two children, and who is appealing to the government of Guyana to repatriate her. However, despite being aware of the situation, the government has done little to help. Calls to the Ministry of Foreign Affair by this publication have been met with a Royal Push Around.
Schools Run out of Money As Financial Crisis Looms over England
Trouble in the motherland? Guyana’s former colonizer seems to be wrestling with economic turmoil, and a recent report from a popular UK newspaper suggests that the economic nosedive is affecting education in England. According to a report by the Guardian, nine out of ten schools in England will have run of money by the next school year as they struggle with rising energy costs and salaries.
“Tails of Hope” Advises Against the Use of Fireworks (Redirected)
Tails of Hope is an animal shelter and animal rights group operating in Guyana. Tails of Hope is committed to promoting animal health care awareness, offering professional advice, educational tools, rescue aids and housing to protect animals and to prevent animal cruelty. As we all know, fireworks are not especially friendly to dogs and other animals. In the interest of animals everywhere, the organization has issued a friendly message to all Guyanese of the hazards of fireworks, without mentioning its effects on animals.
Home Builders Can Apply for Free Cement and Steel from Tuesday, 25th
The government of Guyana has announced, via its Department of Public Information, that application forms will be ready from Tuesday, 25th of October, 2022 for persons desirous of applying for the government subsidy of free steel and cement for home construction. President Ali had announced in June 2022 that his administration would be subsidizing home construction with free cement and steel for the construction of new homes. This is part of the the government’s overall agenda to make home ownership a reality for all Guyanese.