Dear Editor,Our Constitution, like that of any other country, is the supreme law and it not only provides the main governing laws in broad terms, which all other laws must be in consistency with, but it also provides vital checks and balances for those who are in authority to govern our country. In addition, the Constitution safeguards our principle and important rights and entitlements as citizens from each other and from our Government.Therefore, it is this Constitution which gives us the power through our elected representatives in the National Assembly to ‘divorce’ an elected Government and put in motion the electoral processes to elect a new Government. The coalition has committed numerous atrocities against the Guyanese public to warrant this ‘divorce’. This ‘divorce’ takes the form of a vote of confidence, commonly called a vote of no-confidence since it will be ridiculous to assume that the Opposition will vote in favour of the Government. This is exactly what took place on the night of December 21, 2018.The Revised Constitution of 2001 gave us this power through Article 106 of our Constitution and its intent or interpretation is quite clear and unambiguous. Article 106 (6) of our Constitution unambiguously states that “The Cabinet including the President shall resign if the Government is defeated by the vote of a majority of all the elected members of the National Assembly on a vote of confidence”. On December 21, 2018, all the elected members voted on the No-Confidence Motion and 33 of the elected members voted in favour of that motion. The Constitution makes it clear that 65 members constitute the National Assembly. That is crystal clear and conclusive. Therefore, when the foregoing Article speaks about a “majority”, it is in respect of these 65 members.The Caribbean Court of Justice’s President, Adrian Saunders, submitted that the main issue is to determine what constitutes an “absolute majority” albeit that the term is not used in our Constitution. If the CCJ wants to differentiate this “majority” with the other majority needed to pass bills in Parliament and use terms such as “absolute” and “simple” majority in the process, then it is also clear that the Constitution itself provides the acid test for this differentiation. The main ingredient for this differentiation is the “vote of all elected members”. In case of the vote of confidence on December 21, 2018, all the elected members were, in fact, present and voted. The result is a majority of 33 against 32 of the elected members in the 65-member National Assembly. Therefore, there is a declaration that 33 votes of the members of the National Assembly constitute a “majority” of all the members of the National Assembly within the meaning of Article 106 (6) of the Constitution of Guyana.Chief Justice George in her ruling on January 31 was absolutely correct when she ruled that, “In our 65-member National Assembly a majority of all elected members, in accordance with the principle of ‘one over all rivals combine’, is the thirty-three (33) members”. On December 21, 2018, turn and twist as it may, the “absolute” and the “simple” majority became indistinguishable since all the elected members were present and voted and in our odd number National Assembly no number of varied mathematical computations can negate this fact.I am confident that the CCJ will rule in favour of 33 and not the concocted 34 which can never be applicable to Guyana’s Constitution!Yours sincerely,Haseef Yusuf
Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai has said that the provision of sound and quality education to students in the education sector is the only way Liberians can be taken from their present economic, social and other conditions and provides for themselves better living conditions as well as contributes to the development processes of their country.VP Boakai said quality education is always needed, especially in country like Liberia that has come from civil crisis and is in rebuilding process. He stated the country will always be in need of young qualified Liberians who can help in its rebuilding process.The Liberian Vice President spoke when he officially dedicated the newly constructed campus of the Leigh-Sherman Community College and the Leigh-Sherman Executive Secretarial School in Paynesville, outside Monrovia.The new building of the school, which has its motto as, “There is no Excellence without Labor” was officially opened by VP Boakai Friday, April 25. The school had initially been located in the Fiamah Community in Sinkor, Monrovia. The college now has its own campus after over 38 years of existence.VP Boakai said the Leigh-Sherman College since its establishment in the late 1970s, has been very instrumental in developing the capacities of young Liberians some of whom have gone out to become exceptional professionals in their areas of disciplines throughout the world.He challenged the authorities of the school to continue their high level of academic and ethical training to their new location, indicating “Let your work over these years speak for itself as you come into this new community.”VP Boakai lauded the founder and proprietor of the college, Madam Theresa Leigh-Sherman, who he said have for many years shown how dedicated and committed she is to the molding of the minds of the young people of her country.“After all we have gone though individually and as a nation, she is still passionate and committed to this cause. Relocating the school to this location is another level of commitment. You have brought light to this community and its surrounding areas. Thank you for being such a good Liberian,” he said.“Most of the people I have worked with over the years have been graduates of the Leigh-Sherman College. These have been very professional people not just in terms of qualifications competency, but also discipline. The kinds of training that she instilled in her students always go with them,”“She always produces the best of students and I’m very proud of her. I want to thank you Theresa for helping the children of this country who we are dependent upon for the rebuilding of our nation. The provision of quality education is the only way for us to get out of our present conditions as Liberians. We hope that your hands’ works prosper,” VP Boakai added.The proprietor of the college, Madam Theresa Leigh-Sherman, said the decision to relocate the school is as a result of the outcome of a survey that was conducted. She said survey shows that 80 percent of the students are from the out sketch of the city, particularly Paynesville and as such it is ideals for their campus to be brought close to them.She said this will help curtail a lot of expenses that students undergo daily to get on campus. Some of the challenges have to do with the difficulties of getting a vehicle to and fro school and amount spent on transportation weekly will be reduced drastically.Madam Leigh-Sherman noted that since its inception about 38 years ago, the college has been grounded in a vision of excellence and the new move will not be an exception.She said, “A pioneering institution in the field of Secretarial Science, we have successfully trained and placed over five thousand administrative professionals in positions with government, public and private corporations, international organizations and the Liberia Diplomatic Corps.”She indicated that in the years since the civil conflict, the college has emerged with a renewed sense of purpose and responsibility. “Our country has entered a period of tremendous revitalization and progress in which education and profession training is imperative.”She lauded all those who contributed to the construction process of the new building. She indicated: “After 38 years of existence, Leigh-Sherman school finally has its own campus and permanent home. We are proud today that we on our own campus and our dream has come true.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
…say its purse still being controlled by Central GovtIn one of their first public appearances in their new role, members of the Local Government Commission aired their grievances during a press conference on Friday at the office of the Leader of the Opposition. Chief among their concerns is what they term the usurpation of their powers.The PPP members on the commission had much to say about the workings of the commission. Commissioners Norman Whittaker, Clinton Collymore and CarolCommunities Minister Ronald BulkanSooba were sworn in since October 2017.However, according to them, the body is being propped up as just a front, while Central Government essentially runs the show. The commissioners complained that Government has been stymieing them at every level, whereas Government is actually supposed to ensure the commission’s autonomy.“According to the Constitution, the commission assumes control of the Local Government system, basically in the democratic councils and municipalities. But while the law has been passed and certain allocations of finance have been made, the regime, through Minister of Communities (Ronald) Bulkan, continues to hold on to vital areas of authority belonging by law to the commission,” Commissioner Clinton Collymore said.“So we have a difficulty accessing funds…a difficulty accessing space and accommodation…and a difficulty (in) how the commission responds to the public on public matters. We are unable to physically and efficiently respond toCommissioners Norman Whittaker, Clinton Collymore and Carol Soobacomplaints in the Local Government System made by people.”He revealed that the monies that have been voted for the commission in the 2018 budget are yet to be made available to the commission’s own account. Instead, the Communities Ministry holds the purse strings.No place of abodeMeanwhile, they can no longer meet at the National Assembly, as the agreement they had with the Parliamentary Office to use the committee rooms for meetings expired in February last.Collymore explained that the building identified to accommodate the commission does not cater for the commissioners.Explaining further, his colleague Commissioner Carol Sooba expressed disappointment at the building on Eping Avenue identified for the commission. She gave her impressions of an impromptu tour of the building, located on Eping Avenue, which was facilitated by Commission Chairman Mortimer Mingo.“He showed me the room for the Chairman’s office, and another room for Deputy Chairman Andrew Garnett, and a boardroom and space to have rooms for the secretary for the commission. So I was curious. I asked where the other members of the commission would be housed.”“I said members of the public would have problems. They would come to visit, they would want to discuss the problems within the regions and towns in confidence, he said. “Well, they don’t have any accommodation for the commission. If they want to meet, they can meet in the boardroom. Just like that. So I left.”Former Local Government Minister Norman Whittaker related that the Government has been written to on numerous occasions about the situation. However, the situation remains very much the same, and when contacted by those desirous of making complaints, they cannot refer the complainant to an office.“This morning an NDC on the East Coast called. We have a complaint and we’ve been advised to call the commission. Where are your offices? The Minister was made aware by letters. We have these challenges, these challenges, we need to step in.”Local Government elections are expected to be held later this year. But with the LGC, I support the position it is in, the commissioners are concerned when, if ever, they will be able to carry out their role independently. Efforts to contact Minister Bulkan on Friday were futile.IndependenceThe Commission was sworn in last year October, after a lengthy delay. The parliamentary Opposition had named its nominees to the Local Government Commission since 2016. However, since the Government did not submit its nominations, this resulted in a deadlock.One of the first public deadlines that Minister Bulkan gave for the body to become functional was at a press conference during the time of the March 2016 Local Government Elections. Asked for an explanation during the latter part of the month, the Minister had moved the deadline to the end of June 2016.In the Budget estimates for 2016, some $30 million were allocated by the Government to the non-functioning commission. When asked, Bulkan had stated that this was to allow the Commission to operate independently of Central Government.The commission is charged with, among other things, control over who gets appointed as officials in the Neighbourhood Democratic Councils and other local authorities. In addition, it would have to approve budgets for the NDCs.By law, the commission is to be made up of eight members. The members of the commission include four nominated from the Government, one from the unions, and three nominees from the Leader of the Opposition.The Commission’s members are Mortimer Mingo, Clement Corlette, Marlon Williams, Jo Ann Romascindo, Andrew Garnett, former Local Government Ministers Whittaker and Collymore, and former Georgetown Town Clerk Sooba.
United States (US) oil giant ExxonMobil on Wednesday announced another oil discovery following drilling at the Longtail-1 exploration well in the Stabroek Block offshore Guyana.This is ExxonMobil’s eighth oil discovery offshore Guyana. The company said in a statement that the well encountered has approximately 256 feet (78 metres) of high-quality, oil-bearing sandstone reservoir.The well was drilled to 18,057 feet (5504 metres) depth in 6365 feet (1940 metres) of water. The Stena Carron drillship commenced drilling on May 25, 2018.President of ExxonMobil Exploration Company, Steve Greenlee, explained that the Longtail discovery is in close proximity to the Turbot discovery South-east of the Liza field.He said the Longtail drilling results are under evaluation. However, the combinedThe Stena Carron drillship that made the discoveryestimated recoverable resources of Turbot and Longtail will exceed 500 million barrels of oil equivalent, and will contribute to the evaluation of development options in this eastern portion of the block.The company said it is currently making plans to add a second exploration vessel in addition to the Stena Carron drillship, bringing its total number of drillships on the Stabroek Block to three. “The new vessel will operate in parallel to the Stena Carron to explore the block’s numerous high-value prospects,” it stated.At present, the Noble Bob Douglas is completing initial stages of development drilling for Liza Phase 1, for which ExxonMobil announced a funding decision in 2017.The company said Phase 1 will consist of 17 wells connected to a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel. This is designed to produce up to 120,000 barrels of oil per day.Meanwhile, Phase 2 concepts are similar to Phase 1 and will involve a second FPSO with production capacity of 220,000 barrels per day. A third development, Payara, is planned to follow Liza Phase 2.ExxonMobil noted that Guyanese businesses, contractors and employees will continue to play an important role in its operations in Guyana. It reminded that over $24 million was spent in partnership with project partners with more than 300 local suppliers in 2017.Also, the company opened the Centre for Local Business Development in Georgetown to promote the establishment and growth of small- and medium-sized local businesses.“ExxonMobil’s priorities in Guyana are focused on enabling local workforce and supplier development and collaborating with Government to support the growth and success of its economy,” it added.ConfidenceFollowing the announcement, Government issued a statement congratulating the company, stating that this other discovery is an “unmistakable demonstration” of it confidence in Guyana’s offshore reserves.Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman said the 8th discovery at Longtail-1 is yet another verification and validation of Guyana’s massive offshore oil reserves.“All Guyanese will be brimming with further excitement of this historic news which reinforces that in the near future, Guyana’s share of profit oil will allow for national infrastructural, economic and social transformation hitherto unimaginable,” he added.Further to that, Trotman said Guyanese have the assurance that Government will ensure that the sector is managed responsibly, with their best interest and the interest of future generations in mind.Only in late February, ExxonMobil had announced its seventh oil discovery at its Pacora-1 well. The company had said it encountered approximately 65 feet (20 metres) of high-quality, oil-bearing sandstone reservoir. The well was safely drilled to 18,363 feet (5597 metres) depth in 6781 feet (2067 metres) of water. The Pacora-1 well is located approximately four miles West of the Payara-1 well.ExxonMobil had announced project sanctioning for the Liza Phase 1 development in June 2017. Following Liza-5, the Stena Carron will conduct additional exploration and appraisal drilling on the block.The Stabroek Block is 6.6 million acres (26,800 square kilometres). Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limited holds a 45 per cent interest in the Stabroek Block. Hess Guyana Exploration Ltd holds 30 per cent interest and CNOOC Nexen Petroleum Guyana Limited holds 25 per cent interest.
Next up on the docket for the 4-4-0 Huskies is the task of taking on the 11-1-0 Peace River Navigators, the number one team in the North West Junior Hockey League.In their 12 games played, tied for most amount played so far, the Navigators have registered an impressive 22 points, recording only one loss so far this season. That loss came last weekend on Oct.28, to the Grande Prairie JDA Kings in a close 3-2 game.The Huskies will have their dog dishes full for the upcoming tilt, as the Navigators hold the top ranking in goals-for, with 96, as well as goals-against with 22. In comparison, the Huskies have scored 36 goals so far this season, while allowing 41 against.- Advertisement -Fort St. John will not be able to pass anyone in the standings this weekend, as they currently sit in fourth with eight points, which is eight points behind the third place Whitecourt Wolverines, who have 16 points. However, the win is crucial, as fifth place Sexsmith only trails Fort St. John by a single point. The Vipers play last place Beaverlodge on Nov.4, so it’s a big game for the Huskies if they wish to maintain their fourth place rank.Saturday’s game takes place at the Kinsmen Arena in Peace River.
“You know, he has his shirt off a lot lately,” said Klum. Other sexy celebs: Eric Dane (actor), Carrie Underwood (female musician), speed racer Danica Patrick (female athlete), Yankee Derek Jeter (male athlete), Kate Hudson (mom), and Jay-Z and Beyonce (couple). Sienna Miller won props for her trendsetting style, Josh Duhamel for his smile and Adrian Grenier for his eyes. Cameron Diaz has the sexiest legs, while Jennifer Hudson was singled out in the lips category. Another day, another list. But what the heck, this one is a “What is Sexy?” rundown from Victoria’s Secret. “SexyBack” singer Justin Timberlake is sexiest male musician; Jessica Alba, who starred in “Sin City,” is sexiest actress; and David Beckham, who has three sons with his wife, Victoria, is sexiest dad. The list of sexy entertainers and athletes was announced Thursday. It was compiled by a team of Victoria’s Secret executives, designers and supermodel spokeswomen, including Heidi Klum and Karolina Kurkova. Klum and Kurkova were to host a party in Las Vegas on Thursday to celebrate the list-makers. “I still think my husband (Seal) is the sexiest dad for our children, but (that’s) beside the point,” said Klum, 33. Matthew McConaughey was honored for his “beach body.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The inaugural ‘Féile na Seiteanna, Leitir Ceanainn’ took place in the Clanree last weekend and was a great success.Some 100 set dancers from all over Donegal, the North West and as far away as Belfast, Dublin and Cork were joined by more than 80 dancers from Galway and the West for a celebration of all that is good about set dancing.Music for the three Céilithe was provided by Rise the Dust Ceilí Band (from the Midlands) and by our very own Duntally Ceili Band from Donegal. Eight sets were danced each night together with some two hand dances and old time waltzes. The event raised over €2,000 which was divided between SNAP – Special Needs Accessible Playground Letterkenny – and Peru Children’s Charity. Already arrangements are being finalised for the 2014 event at the same time next year (August 29 to 31, 2014) and we look forward to an even greater gathering of set dancers from all across Ireland . Why not join us then? LETTERKENNY SET DANCING FESTIVAL IS HUGE SUCCESS was last modified: September 5th, 2013 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:LETTERKENNY SET DANCING FESTIVAL IS HUGE SUCCESS
A Garda investigation into possible irregular financial dealings at a popular Donegal radio station has been launched.Inishowen Community Radio has been on the air for 12 years and is hugely popular among the people of the peninsula, being the most listened-to station in the area.However it has now been confirmed that an investigation has ben launched into possible misappropriation of funding at the station. The station, which has a staff of 8, is 50% funded by advertising and the other half by Government funding, will remain on the air during the investigation.Chairperson of the board of directors at the station, Raymond Doherty, said he could not comment further on the matter.A staff member at the station told Donegaldaily that there was now an air of relief that an investigation had been launched.“This has been hanging over us since around October 2010 when we were called to a meeting and told about a situation. “Hopefully now the correct procedures can be followed and we can move on from here,” said the source.A report on the investigation is carried in the current edition of the Inishowen Independent.It is not known what sums of money are involved in the alleged fraud.“It has obviously been going on for some time but we just don’t know,” added the source.A Garda source told us today: “These are just allegations at the moment; there may well turn out to be no substance to the allegations but we are duty-bound to investigate them.” GARDAI LAUNCH FRAUD PROBE AT RADIO STATION was last modified: April 12th, 2012 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:GARDAI LAUNCH FRAUD PROBE AT RADIO STATION
LETTERKENNY AC runner Ivan Toner was first home in the Scoil Mhuire Ramelton 5k.Club mate Pauric Breslin came in second with Cranford’s John Sweeney a further half minute behind. 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Glenswilly N.S. are all shook up about Jimmy McGuinness’s football boots.The 3rd class at the school, were current stars Michael Murphy and Neil Gallagher attended primary school were in full voice earlier this afternoon. The brilliant song was written and taught to the pupils by teacher Geraldine Galligan, who has a son on the minor panel Cormac Callaghan.Well done to all involved in this brilliant video.Tir Chonaill Abú!DDTV: GLENSWILLY N.S. ALL SHOOK UP OVER JIMMY’S BOOTS!! was last modified: September 19th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:EntertainmentGlenswilly N.SnewsSport