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August 1st, 2017
UPDATE: Elected Leaders putting VI at a disadvantage - Hon Fahie

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - In a brief statement following the decision of the No Confidence Motion today August 1, 2017, Leader of the Opposition Hon Andrew A. Fahie (R1) said, "Everyone who wants to be honest and fair must realise that our Territory's finances are going down a slippery slope and so is our economy."

January 9th, 2015
Britain renews calls for Guyana's parliamentary suspension to be lifted


As Guyana and the rest of the world await Guyana's President Donald Ramotar's announcement of the dissolution of the Parliament and the naming of a date for general elections, the United Kingdom (UK) on Thursday resumed pressure on the South American country for the suspension of the law-making body to be lifted.

November 10th, 2014
Guyana's President suspends Parliament


President Donald Ramotar on Monday kept to his much anticipated promise and prorogued the Parliament but the 65-seat National Assembly could very well still meet later in the afternoon because the Speaker Raphael Trotman has not received a copy of the Official Gazette of the proclamation.

November 5th, 2014
GUYANA: General elections almost certain


Guyanese are almost certain to go to the polls before year-end, now that the opposition has maintained that it would be going ahead with its no-confidence motion in the House when it convenes on Monday.

August 7th, 2014
General election looms as APNU decides to support AFC's no-confidence motion


Guyanese could return to the polls in an early general election after Tuesday's decision by the opposition A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) to support the Alliance For Change’s (AFC) no-confidence motion against the Donald Ramotar administration.

August 15th, 2013
2nd District Rep. cautions on seriousness of No-Confidence Motion

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - “Madam Speaker, I believe if I do what I suppose to do and we do what we suppose to do in the Opposition and we bring a Motion of No-Confidence against this Government it would be able to stand. The people would see exactly what we are talking about because we would lay a public document for the people’s consumption, for the people to see the information and we wouldn't have to say anything of no kind of assumption of that sort since the facts would then dictate.”

July 31st, 2013
$185,113.58 already spent on controversial airport expansion project

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – The National Democratic Party (NDP) has claimed it has already spent some 185,113.58 on the controversial airport expansion project at Beef Island. This amount was allegedly spent on a variety of technical studies and consultancy services.

July 28th, 2013
VIP vote of no confidence defeated in HOA 7 to 2

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – One side of the House of Assembly of the Virgin Islands saw the Motion of No Confidence brought by Virgin Islands Party member and Third District Representative Hon. Julian Fraser RA as lacking basis; however, members of the Opposition disagreed as they saw it as an intelligent move for detailed information about several issues they have been asking of the government for a long time.

July 24th, 2013
NDP not feeling threatened by No Confidence Motion – Hon. Vanterpool

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Minister for Communications and Works Honourable Mark H. Vanterpool told media operatives at a press briefing on July 23, 2013 at Maria’s by the Sea that the National Democratic Party (NDP) does not feel anyway threatened by the Motion that will be moved by Representative for the Third District, Honourable Julian Fraser RA in the House of Assembly on July 25, 2013.

December 7th, 2012
St Kitts and Nevis Opposition Changes 'No Confidence' Motion

By West Indies News Network

Basseterre, St. Kitts (WINN): Opposition Parliamentarians have changed their “Motion of No Confidence” against the leadership of Prime Minister Dr. Denzil Douglas to a “Resolution of No Confidence” in the government.


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