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  • Who is in charge at GECOM?

    first_imgDear Editor,In the past months, Guyanese have become more bewildered by the question: Who is in charge at GECOM?We were of the opinion that, with all the imbroglio, lies, deceit and illegality encompassing the appointment of the GECOM Chairman, it meant that the chairman would be the person in charge of GECOM; but, instead, it would seem that the Chief Elections Officer is the person in charge, and the Chairperson just abides by his decisions.In February this year, it was reported that GECOM needed only 148 days to prepare for elections. According to Lowenfield, the Commission had to grant the Secretariat approval to go into election mode; and the Commission did not. However, by now we are all too keenly aware that the CCJ was used to delay the elections, so when it seemed that GECOM was all ready to go to the polls by July 2019, the decision of the CCJ had to be awaited. The Commission could not give the go-ahead without the CCJ’s rulings on the No-Confidence Motion.The CEO had made it appear that he had a well-oiled GECOM machinery raring to go at that time.In July this year, just before the CCJ’s decision that the NCM was successfully passed and that Patterson was illegally appointed, Lowenfield went into another delaying mode to support the APNU/AFC’s quest to defer the elections for as long as was possible. He no longer awaited the CCJ’s ruling, but embarked on the GECOM-backed delay by foisting the House-to-House Registration on the Guyanese electorate. This precipitated the call for another Court intervention and more delay. Lowenfield was in charge, and he made full use of his usurpation of the power of the Commission.It must be recalled that the Private Sector Commission upbraided the Chief Elections Officer, Keith Lowenfield, for commencing and sanctioning ‘an unsanctioned and unverified’ House-to-House Registration exercise. However, Lowenfield was never sanctioned, and neither was he intimidated in any way. He was fulfilling the PNC’s directives!In fact, he made it plain by his action that he was in charge, even after the appointment of the new Chairperson, Justice Claudette Singh.Then, in complete defiance of the HTH Registration, it was reported on July 24th that Lowenfield admitted that the Official List of Voters which expired on April 30th, 2019 can still be used to execute free and fair General and Regional Elections — going back to what he had said in February.Then, in regard to the abortion of the HTH exercise, Lowenfield pushed the GECOM field staff to work overtime in an effort to extend the life of the HTH. It was clear that new registrants became the prime target for this extension. In many areas, eligible voters who are deemed PPP supporters were bypassed by GECOM staff.Again, at the beginning of October, just before the start of the Claims and Objections period, Lowenfield unilaterally extended the Claims and Objections period to 49 days, and then to 42 days from the agreed 35 days. He claimed that he did that ‘in the interest of giving the electorate more time to have their claims and objections sorted out’. Even though the Chair had promised to correct the period to 35 days, it never materialized, prompting Commissioner Shadick to conclude, ‘We have another Chairman, who is going against decisions of the Commission…’This brings me to the million-dollar question: What is Chairperson Claudette Singh doing? Is she incompetent? Or is she giving Lowenfield free rein to do the PNC’s biddings? I simply cannot comprehend that, until now, she is unable to come to grips with the basics at GECOM, despite holding umpteen meetings and being apprised of all the issues.She is not a novice in election matters, if I could recall.Now there is the decision to publish the list of registrants captured during the recently concluded HTH registration. PPP-nominated Commissioners are adamant that no such decision was taken by the full commission.Whose handiwork is this, if not Lowenfield’s again? Even the PNC Commissioner has now made a call for Justice Singh to take a stand on certain matters. This bears testimony to the fact that the GECOM Chair is an abysmal failure. She unilaterally aborted the HTH registration, but opened a can of worms when she retained the data collected and decided to ‘merge’ it with what is already there. This will again result in delay.The Opposition had, in September, also called on Justice Singh to put an end to the ‘prevarications’, and at some point in time she will have to make tough decisions. Well, that time is now, rather than later.It will not surprise me if there is a twist to the March 2nd Elections date!Yours sincerely,Haseef Yusuflast_img read more

  • Persons with disabilities benefit from capacity-building workshop

    first_imgBy Yanalla DalrympleIn observance of National Disability Week, which is aimed at promoting an understanding of disability issues and mobilising support for the dignity, rights and well-being of persons with disabilities, a two-day workshop was held at the Cheddi Jagan Research Centre.In an effort to improve resources acquisition so as to diversify and provide quality service that was more efficient and effective, the Guyana Council of Organisations for Persons with Disabilities (GCOPD) equipped those persons with the necessary advocacy tips and tools to recognise stereotyping and familiarised them with appropriate language, etiquette, and disability culture when communicating and interacting with people with disabilities.The development workshop saw 23 organisations that are members of the Council participating under the theme “Transformation towards sustainable and resilient society for all”.Members of the disabled community participating in the GCOPD Leadership and Organisation Development WorkshopThe goal is to increase awareness of gains to be derived from the integration of persons with disabilities into every aspect of political, social, economic and cultural life.According to GCOPD Public Relations Officer Ganesh Singh, the workshop saw heads from different organisations in the disability community coming together to establish action plans to improve current human resources for persons with various disabilities.One of the participants of the workshop, Utame Kumar noted that more emphasis should be placed on persons who are intellectually challenged, hence the need for recognition of the work and efforts.He pointed out that the psychological effect of living with the reality of the loss of a limb, which plays a vital role in day-to-day activity of an individual, could trigger depression, social withdrawal, and even psychological consequences.Moreover, Kumar said that the community was willing and ready to move forward as long as participants become more aware of their environment with regard to access.Among the activities lined up are police sensitisation, a disability march, blind cricket and domino competition and finally, the International Day For Persons With Disability observance on December 3.last_img read more

  • $14M injected into Berbice health sector

    first_imgMillions of dollars in supplies have been procured for the 29 health centres and five hospitals in Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) in addition to the $14 million that has been injected to improve the delivery of health services in the region.The region has budged $35 million to be spent on health this year and as such, several beds, freezers, refrigerators, ironing boards, workstations, chairs, washing machines, and personal items were included in the list of supplies to be purchased.The new treadmill for the physiotherapy department at the NA HospitalDirector of Regional Health Services, Jevaughn Stephen explained that the money will be spent in three phases.“In our second stage of procurement, we will look at more of the medical equipment. We will ensure that we liaison with standard and technical support and the Public Health Ministry to ensure that we have uniformity in the medical equipment that we will be purchasing. Items such as biochemistry analysers, anaesthetics machines…”A digital X-ray machine will also be purchased for the New Amsterdam Hospital during the second phase of procurement which will also see two state-of-the-art theatre beds being purchased for the New Amsterdam Hospital.Meanwhile, among the items handed over to the health department on Friday were nine beds which will be used in the newly-constructed doctors on call facility.According to Stephen, all the amenities to make the doctors who will be on call, comfortable have been purchased.Some of the supplies handed over to the Health Centres and hospitals“Doctors being on call are something mandatory by the Ministry of Public Health but we want to have the facility that is up to standard so that when they are on call they can be relaxing somewhere in comfort. So that building has nine bedrooms and we are furnishing them with the necessary beds, cupboards etc. There is a living room and we are putting in some sofa sets so that doctors can be very comfortable.”The Director said if the doctors are comfortable, then maximum can be demanded out of them. The lack of adequate storage facilities at the New Amsterdam Hospital in the past has created presumed shortages.Stephen said the three freezers are expected to address that issue adequately. Speaking at Friday’s presentation ceremony, Regional Health Committee member Philip Rose said he wishes to see the continued development in the health sector.Regional Executive Officer Kim Stephens said the administration is hoping that the supplies will aid in providing essential health services.last_img read more

  • No plans to change fair play rule – FIFA

    first_img0Shares0000Japan will face Belgium for a place in the quarter-finals after finishing runners-up in Group H © AFP / Philippe DESMAZESMOSCOW, Russian Federation, Jun 29 – FIFA said it had no plans to change its fair play criteria that allowed Japan to qualify for the last 16 of the World Cup at the expense of Senegal in controversial circumstances.Japan and Senegal were both locked on four points in Group H with identical goal differences and the same number of goals scored, but the Asian side went through to the next round on Thursday after collecting fewer yellow cards in the group stage. In a farcical end to Japan’s 1-0 loss to Poland, the Japanese players slowed to walking pace and hardly a single tackle was made. Both teams were booed from the pitch in Volgograd.It sparked comparisons with the infamous 1982 World Cup match between West Germany and Austria, where both teams played out a mutually beneficial 1-0 win for the Germans.“This is the first time (the fair play rule) has been used in a senior World Cup in this way. Obviously what we want to avoid is the drawing of lots,” Colin Smith, FIFA’s chief tournament and event officer, said Friday.“We believe teams should go forward on their performance and what happens on the pitch, not what happens in a draw pool.“This criteria was introduced to provide one more criteria before we would have to revert to the drawing of lots.”Japan advanced to a last-16 tie against Belgium as Akira Nishino’s team received two fewer bookings across their three group games than the six picked up by Senegal.“We will review after this World Cup,” Smith added. “We will see what the feedback is, what the situation is but as it currently stands we don’t see any need to change the rule that’s been put in place.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

  • Quality! Chelsea Player of the Year contender can also do this

    first_imgNemanja Matic scored a spectacular overhead kick for Serbia in his nation’s 2-1 defeat to Portugal.Serbia are bottom of Group I with minus two points having been deducted three for their role in the violent Euro 2016 qualifier against Albania in October.Matic signed for Chelsea in January 2014 three years after he was sold by the Premier League leaders and has been one of the Blues’ standout players this season and, along with John Terry, Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas, is in the running for the club’s Player of the Year award.last_img


    first_imgA student who was drunk in a Chinese Takeaway in Letterkenny has been fined €200.Geroid Leahy appeared at Letterkenny District Court today.The court heard how Leahy, 25, of Drisarden, Gortlee, Letterkenny was arrested by Gardai at the Chinatown Restaurant on Ramelton Road on December 7th last. Garda Kenny said the accused was unsteady on his feet and slurring his words and he believed he was a danger to himself and the public.Leahy, who works part-time in Paddy Power Bookmakers, had a previous conviction for drunk driving and dangerous driving.Judge Paul Kelly fined the accused €200 for being intoxicated.STUDENT WHO WAS DRUNK IN TAKEAWAY IS FINED €200 was last modified: January 7th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegaldrunkGeroid Leahyletterkennystudentlast_img read more

  • Ulster rugby players cleared of all charges in Belfast rape trial

    first_imgThe jury has returned a ‘not guilty’ verdict in the trial of two Ulster rugby players and their teammates in Belfast, clearing the four men of all charges. Ireland and Ulster rugby players Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding were before Belfast Crown Court in an eight and a half week trial after being accused of raping a 19-year-old student in June 2016. Today, the jury of eight men and three women deliberated for three hours and 45 minutes before delivering their unanimous verdicts.Paddy Jackson, aged 26 from Oakleigh Park in Belfast and Stuart Olding, aged 24, from Ardenlee Street were found not guilty of rape.Their friends were also found not guilty on separate charges: Blane McIlroy (26) from Royal Lodge Road was acquitted on the charge of exposure, and Rory Harrison (25) from Manse Road, was acquitted of charges of perverting the course of justice and withholding information.This brings to a close a marathon case in which Jackson and Olding had continuously denied raping the then 19-year-old student after a night out, who cannot be named for legal reasons.Before leaving the trial, the BBC reports that Judge Patricia Smyth told the jury: “This has probably been the most difficult trial that any jury in Northern Ireland has ever been asked to adjudicate on.”Ulster rugby players cleared of all charges in Belfast rape trial was last modified: March 28th, 2018 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

  • Memory ‘bottled’ in e-mail

    first_imgNEW YORK – In the year 2009, on April 25, a man named Greg is supposed to get an e-mail. It will remind him that he is his own best friend and worst enemy, that he once dated a woman named Michelle, and that he planned to major in computer science. “More importantly,” the e-mail says, “are you wearing women’s clothing?” The e-mail was sent by Greg himself – through a Web site called It is one of the messages open to public view at the site, and Greg used only his first name. FutureMe, co-founded by a Yale University graduate student and his San Francisco-based partner, is one of a handful of Web sites that let people send e-mails to themselves and others for delivery years in the future. They are technology’s answer to time capsules, trading on people’s sense of curiosity, accountability and nostalgia. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake “(Sending) messages into the future is something that people have always sought to do,” said Paul Saffo, director of the Institute for the Future, a research group. “In a way, it’s a statement of optimism.” Matt Sly came up with the concept for about four years ago after recalling how, in his school days, he had been given assignments to write letters to himself. Sly, 29, who partnered with 31-year-old Jay Patrikios of San Francisco on the project, said the site has made maybe $58 through donations. It is not a reminder service, and users should think in the long term, Sly said. FutureMe and other service providers try to make the delivery process fail-safe through partnerships or back-up software, and they urge people to hang on to their e-mail address, but there’s no ironclad guarantee that the message will ever arrive. FutureMe lets people send messages for delivery up to 30 years from now, though Sly said most users schedule their e-mails to be sent within three years. “We want people to think about their future and what their goals and dreams and hopes and fears are,” he said. “We’re trying to facilitate some serious existential pondering.” He said many of the messages do one of two basic things: Note what the person was doing at the time the message was written, and ask in the future whether the person has met years-earlier aspirations. “The tone … is not always friendly,” said Sly. “It’s often like ‘Get off your lazy butt.”‘ Recently, jumped on the idea, offering an “e-mail time capsule” promotion. More than 140,000 letters were collected over about six weeks. Nearly 20 percent are supposed to land in the sender’s in-box in 20 years, but others are for shorter time frames. is partnering with Yahoo! and Codefix Consulting on the project. “A lot of people have kind of been freaked out by it,” said David Ewalt, a writer who worked on the project. “It really makes you stop and think about your life in a way that you usually don’t.” Another type of future message service can be found at sites such as or, which promise to send messages to loved ones – or others – after the writer’s death. Paul Hudson, co-founder of the International Time Capsule Society, said e-mail time capsules were new to him. “Part of the value of time capsules are that they are thought processes in the present,” said Hudson, a historian who teaches at Georgia Perimeter College. “You define yourself when you do a time capsule. It might be a good exercise in introspection.” But sometimes the past is best left behind, said Saffo, who personally finds the whole thing “sad and really weird.” “The lesson about all these things – it’s the lesson from time capsules – is you have to be careful lest you set yourself up for enormous embarrassment in two decades,” Saffo said. “Do you really want to be reminded that you thought ABBA was cool?” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


    first_imgCathal MacSuibhneBY CATHAL MacSUIBHNE: A fourth provincial final on the bounce awaits for Donegal and while the test they will face in four weeks time will require a further step up in performance, the team can be pleased with today’s workout.Antrim were given little or no chance of causing an upset and thus came into the game with nothing to lose. Liam Bradley had his side setup well and they were intent on denying Donegal space and catching them on the break.Sadly they were forced to line out without the Johnston brothers, Ricky and Marty, following after the death of their father on Friday. Those changes meant that Sean McVeigh was given the onerous task of shadowing Michael Murphy and the full back immediately set about roughing up Donegal’s captain as best he could. Murphy is well used to close attention at this stage and despite being pulled and dragged all over the Clones pitch he was heavily involved in a lot of Donegal’s scores and finished up with three of his own.Jim McGuinness also made changes prior to throw-in; despite reports during the week of a full deck to choose from, the manager felt the game had come a few days too soon for Karl Lacey following a recent leg muscle complaint while Rory Kavanagh suffered a strain at training during the week and didn’t tog out today.Neil Gallagher’s ongoing injury troubles show no sign of abating, a tight hamstring forced him off just ten minutes into the game. Many of the big Glenswilly man’s contributions in recent times have been off the bench and he might well be kept in reserve in future games should his niggles persist.While the loss of Lacey and Kavanagh was unfortunate, it was encouraging to see trust being placed in the young duo of Darach O’Connor and Odhran MacNiallais – and they certainly repaid the faith shown in them. They were both on the scoreboard early on from their respective spots at wing forward and midfield. MacNiallais has always looked confident on the ball and his languid kicking style makes his left foot a potent weapon. O’Connor on the other hand, even going back as far as the McKenna Cup, has sometimes looked unsure in possession but he was intent on running at defenders today having obviously been encouraged by Jim and his staff to be more dynamic with ball in hand. He took his first point off his left and then later in the half received a wonderful outside-of-the-foot pass from his captain before turning inside two players and slotting over; the master and the apprentice working in tandem.To cap off a brilliant individual display he drove through the heart of the Antrim defence in the second half to fire home a goal that made sure of the win for his team and he deservedly got a standing ovation from the Donegal faithful as he left the field to be substituted later on.MacNiallais also pushed on in the second half, he finished with 0-4 to his name and would have been many people’s choice as man of the match. One point in particular showed his confidence and skill when he dummy soloed near the end line, fooling a Saffron defender, before cutting inside and slotting over the bar.The competition for places around the middle sector for Donegal is fierce at present with MacNiallais battling with Gallagher, Kavanagh, Christy Toye and Martin McElhinney for the two spots – on this evidence the Gaoth Dobhair man is at the head of the queue.McGuinness’ men were on top in the opening stages but Antrim fought their way back into the game and managed to gain parity as the end of the half approached. As is now customary for a team playing Donegal, they mirrored the game plan they faced and kept proceedings as tight as possible. Leo McLoone retreated to centre back in place of non-starter Lacey, leaving Kevin O’Boyle as Antrim’s spare man which resulted in Donegal having a free player for all of their own kick outs. Paul Durcan went short to Paddy McGrath and Eamon McGee for most of the first half and therefore the departure of Gallagher didn’t hamper Donegal too much.Antrim eventually pushed O’Boyle further up for the restarts, allowing Niall McKeever to compete in the air and his team mates were finding joy in attacking Donegal down the central channel vacated by Lacey. Generally there are two types of centre backs in the game – one who attacks like Leo and the more traditional version who holds the middle and keeps his defensive unit cohesive and disciplined.Lacey of course is worth his weight in gold because he is equally adept at both strands of centre back play and as we saw today, opposition attackers seem to find gaps that little bit easier when he’s not there.Jim made a further switch in defence early in the game as Frank McGlynn was instructed to shadow Kevin Niblock, with McGrath given licence to get up the field. On numerous occasions the Ardara dynamo strode forward into swards of open St Tiernach’s Park terrain unopposed and he was the primary source of many of the early scores. Antrim would have been delighted with their opening period display but as is generally the case with Donegal, the start of the second half is when the handbrake comes off. Derry felt the full force of the 3rd quarter blitz in Celtic Park last month and again today players surged forward in waves, annexing 2-4 from the Antrim rearguard inside thirteen minutes. As we’ve seen time and again, teams set up defensively at the beginning of games against Donegal and run out of steam but in truth they’d probably be better off going ultra-defensive at the start of the second half as that is undoubtedly when the damage is done.In a sense Donegal can find it easier to play against the better teams because those opponents come with their own game plan that they want to implement rather than focusing solely on how to counteract the McGuinness system.That system was moving through the gears nicely towards the end of the match but a much sterner examination of its effectiveness will be witnessed in the Ulster Final. The Championship capitulation of this Donegal team last year is still a sore point for many and is acting as a huge motivation for the players and management to make amends this year. What better way to make up for last year’s final defeat than a re-match with reigning Anglo Celt holders Monaghan?The Farney Army have to first get past Armagh next weekend and while the Orchard men won’t have any fear going into that game, it would be a surprise if they were to succeed. So barring a reversal of form, the province’s blue ribbon event will see the sides who have shared the last three titles go head-to-head. That same pairing could also lock horns in the minor match, with Declan Bonner’s charges assured of a place following their win in today’s early game. 2006 was the last time Donegal had both minor and senior teams competing on finals day with the names of McElhinney, Murphy and McLoone amongst those on the minor team sheet eight years ago. Croke Park was the venue that day and the outcome for Donegal read ‘won one lost one’ – for Clones 2014 we’re all hoping for two from two and a clean sweep.CATHAL MacSUIBHNE’S GAA BLOG: IT WOULD BE GREAT TO MEET MONAGHAN FOR FINAL RE-MATCH was last modified: June 22nd, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:AntrimCathal MacSuibhnedonegalGAA blogspotMonaghanlast_img read more

  • QPR chasing Stoke striker along with Villa and Swansea – report

    first_imgQPR want Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones, the Sunday Mirror report.It is claimed Aston Villa are also interested and that Swansea would like to take him on loan.QPR manager Harry Redknapp has been put off by Tottenham’s apparent £7m valuation of Tom Huddlestone but is hopeful of negotiating a deal for the midfielder, according to the Mail on Sunday.The Sun on Sunday say Robbie Keane has turned down a loan move to Loftus Road from LA Galaxy.Related West London Sport story: QPR boss rules out move for duo (December 29)The Sunday People say both QPR and Newcastle are sending delegations to France to try to clinch the signing of Marseille striker Loic Remy.The Daily Star Sunday claim QPR boss Harry Redknapp was hoping to sign Daniel Sturridge from Chelsea prior to the forward’s move to Liverpool and that Yossi Benayoun could join Reading from the Blues.Meanwhile, Chelsea have agreed a three-and-a-half-year contract with highly-rated teenager Conor Hunte, the Sunday Mirror report.It is claimed that Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United were ready to snap-up the 16-year-old midfielder had he not decided to stay with the Blues.The Sunday Mirror also say Chelsea are ‘on alert’ amid reports Real Madrid’s former Tottenham playmaker Luka Modric is keen to return to England. Both Manchester clubs are also said to be interested in the 27-year-old, who was a target for Chelsea prior to joining Real.Chelsea are poised to sign Malaga midfielder Isco, 20, either this month or in the summer, according to the People.And a number of papers report that Chelsea are in contract talks with Frank Lampard despite initially indicating that he would not be offered a new deal.This page is regularly updated.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 Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more