Entries for 03 September 2020
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Let’s talk about the 2021 housing crash and what will be the causes of the potential collapse…
By Sven Carlin (Expert Investor) Portfolio & Free Investing Course:
“I don’t know if you guys remember what happened around 2007, 2008 when it came to the housing market. Put simply, banks became loose with their lending policy, people borrowed a lot to buy a house, house prices shot up into a bubble and eventually that bubble popped. Now the interesting / slightly scary thing is, that something similar is happening today. Continue reading →
Joseph Harmon elected Opposition Leader
Photo: Joseph Harmon
-still clinging to claim that current Gov’t fraudulent
By Stabroek News – September 2, 2020
While still claiming that the ruling PPP/C government is fraudulent, Joseph Harmon minutes after he was elected Opposition Leader said that he hopes to provide the quality of leadership that is needed at this time for the people of Guyana.
Harmon was yesterday nominated by new parliamentarian Ganesh Mahipaul and this was seconded by Christopher Jones, at a meeting with Speaker Manzoor Nadir minutes after the conclusion of the first sitting of the 12th Parliament, which was boycotted by the APNU+AFC over the election of Lenox Shuman as deputy speaker.
Aug 31, 2020 News
Since the Irfaan Ali administration took the decision to send Head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Dr. Vincent Adams on leave last week, several individuals have expressed frustrations over his removal at this critical time, as the government reviews Exxon’s third intended development in the Stabroek Block, the Payara project.
Photo: EPA Head, Dr. Vincent Adams
Concerns revolve around the fact that Dr. Adams sought to bring Exxon’s operations in line where a series of its environmental infractions are concerned.
Dr. Adams has championed several environmental issues plaguing ExxonMobil’s operations at the Liza Destiny Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel, and has noted that he had actively been rewriting permits to ensure they are sufficient to ensure Guyana’s natural environment is safeguarded. Continue reading →
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