I listened to about 2 minutes and this fool can't seem to remain focused. I have no intention to listen to what I suspect will be about an hour of ramblings. I am more prepared to read a statement from the US Ambassador that she stands corrected from her statement from last year.

Btw, why is this fool referring to the representative from the UK as an ambassador?

Django, why is Rickford video good to post his propaganda and this debunked by the congressman is not ???? Very interesting indeed.

UPDATE: US Congressman Meeks and Congresswoman Clarke Debunk NCN’s Post Claiming β€œNo Violation of the Constitution”

Fellow Guyanese, with reference to a recent post I made calling on US Congressman Meeks and Congresswoman Clarke to validate (and if necessary clarify) NCN’s recent post which claims that the two Representatives stated that the coalition government did not violate the constitution.

Well, I have called and written to both Representatives offices in Washington seeking clarification. And I am happy to report that both Representative Meeks and Clarke have expressly debunked NCN’s claims. In an email response (see attached) the Representatives stated that the NCN post was a mischaracterization of their statement.

I appreciate the Representatives’ clarification. I hope I am wrong but I do not believe this was an accident. Instead, I believe this a deliberate attempt by NCN, acting at the behest of the current administration, to sow doubts into the public sphere and create frustration with the intent to score political points in the elections. I took this issue seriously because I believe in our Constitution and what it stands for, and I believe such a statement as reported by NCN inflicts irreparable damages to the Constitution.

You just don’t accidentally mischaracterize a statement of this nature. NCN must be called out for this and should issue a full retraction of the post, an explanation of how it was published in the first place, and further an apology to both the Guyanese people and to the Representatives.

Respectfully,
Dhanraj Singh

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Django posted:
Nehru posted:

DJ, you are nothing but a low confidence low IQ one who grapple at low hanging fruits. I guess that is all you are capable of!!!

Banna watch the whole video ,members of the Congress who visited Guyana ,statements are there.

I posted the clarification above and don’t delete.. let the members judge for themselves. I am happy you posted the video . Heh heh good job 

Django posted:
Nehru posted:

DJ, you are nothing but a low confidence low IQ one who grapple at low hanging fruits. I guess that is all you are capable of!!!

Banna watch the whole video ,members of the Congress who visited Guyana ,statements are there.

Dem bannas spent one WHOLE DAY in Guyana doing dem fact-finding. The CCJ judges took over two weeks to evaluate evidence presented to them over several days before ruling that Granger INDEED VIOLATED the constitution. Plus nobody gave dem CCJ judges free cook-up rice and mauby. So who yuh think we should trust bai? 

Dave posted:
Django posted:
Nehru posted:

DJ, you are nothing but a low confidence low IQ one who grapple at low hanging fruits. I guess that is all you are capable of!!!

Banna watch the whole video ,members of the Congress who visited Guyana ,statements are there.

I posted the clarification above and don’t delete.. let the members judge for themselves. I am happy you posted the video . Heh heh good job 

Will leave ,you are doing an injustice to Dhanraj Singh, where he can be proven to be not credible.

Django posted:
Dave posted:
Django posted:
Nehru posted:

DJ, you are nothing but a low confidence low IQ one who grapple at low hanging fruits. I guess that is all you are capable of!!!

Banna watch the whole video ,members of the Congress who visited Guyana ,statements are there.

I posted the clarification above and don’t delete.. let the members judge for themselves. I am happy you posted the video . Heh heh good job 

Will leave ,you are doing an injustice to Dhanraj Singh, where he can be proven to be not credible.

Speaking of credibility.. what’s your thoughts about Rickford? 

ksazma posted:
Django posted:
Nehru posted:

DJ, you are nothing but a low confidence low IQ one who grapple at low hanging fruits. I guess that is all you are capable of!!!

Banna watch the whole video ,members of the Congress who visited Guyana ,statements are there.

Dem bannas spent one WHOLE DAY in Guyana doing dem fact-finding. The CCJ judges took over two weeks to evaluate evidence presented to them over several days before ruling that Granger INDEED VIOLATED the constitution. Plus nobody gave dem CCJ judges free cook-up rice and mauby. So who yuh think we should trust bai? 

You are aware the CCJ never said the Granger government violated the constitution.

Dave posted:
Django posted:
Dave posted:
Django posted:
Nehru posted:

DJ, you are nothing but a low confidence low IQ one who grapple at low hanging fruits. I guess that is all you are capable of!!!

Banna watch the whole video ,members of the Congress who visited Guyana ,statements are there.

I posted the clarification above and don’t delete.. let the members judge for themselves. I am happy you posted the video . Heh heh good job 

Will leave ,you are doing an injustice to Dhanraj Singh, where he can be proven to be not credible.

Speaking of credibility.. what’s your thoughts about Rickford? 

Although Rickford have an agenda , he usually provide facts. Let the viewers decide.

Django posted:
ksazma posted:
Django posted:
Nehru posted:

DJ, you are nothing but a low confidence low IQ one who grapple at low hanging fruits. I guess that is all you are capable of!!!

Banna watch the whole video ,members of the Congress who visited Guyana ,statements are there.

Dem bannas spent one WHOLE DAY in Guyana doing dem fact-finding. The CCJ judges took over two weeks to evaluate evidence presented to them over several days before ruling that Granger INDEED VIOLATED the constitution. Plus nobody gave dem CCJ judges free cook-up rice and mauby. So who yuh think we should trust bai? 

You are aware the CCJ never said the Granger government violated the constitution.

The CCJ has ruled that President Granger has breached the Constitution of Guyana


Dear editor
While most of our attention drifted naturally towards the no confidence motion case, there was an extremely important point, which came out from the GECOM Chairman case. The Caribbean Court of Justice ruled in the GECOM Chairman case at paragraph 5 of the consequential Orders:
In this, β€œthe GECOM Chairman case”, the Court concluded that the process that resulted in the unilateral appointment by the President of a Chairman of GECOM was flawed and in breach of the Constitution.’
While this point may have flown under the radar, this ruling by the CCJ was extremely significant because it establishes definitively that President Granger by his own deliberate action has breached the Constitution of Guyana. By this ruling, this is now a fact and no interpretation, or address to the nation, or mercenary legal opinion, or conjecture can change that fact. What is also now a fact is that this is the first time in Guyana’s history that it was ruled by the judiciary that any President of Guyana has breached our Constitution by his or her own deliberate action.
The breach of the Constitution by President Granger is, of course, very serious indeed for several reasons. First, the Constitution specifically prescribes that the President can be removed from office as President for the violation of the Constitution. It would not be credible for President Granger to argue that he was unaware that his action would be in breach of the Constitution because in addition to the clear language of the Article, it was a practice for over 20 years that no President has ever interpreted Article 161 of the Constitution to mean that he or she can reject the list of nominees submitted by the Leader of the Opposition for the post of GECOM Chairman and make a unilateral appointment. In addition, it would not be credible for President Granger to argue that he was unaware that his action would be in breach of the Constitution because several civil society bodies and lawyers spoke publicly on the issue both prior to as well as post the unilateral appointment. The observance of that delicately designed process where the President appointed a Chairman of GECOM from a list of 6 nominees submitted by the Leader of the Opposition, commonly known as β€œthe Carter formula”, provided an orderly and satisfactory outcome to a critically important issue in our society and its breach was unnecessarily disruptive.
Second, the breach of Constitution by President Granger is very serious because the Constitution is, in and of itself, the most important document for all Guyanese. This is the document which gives all Guyanese their rights, protections, and freedoms which includes, among other things, the right to life and liberty, the right to a free education and health care, the right to own private property and the protection against its deprivation without due process, and the freedom of expression and religious belief. These rights, freedoms, and protections are fundamental to how we, as Guyanese, live our lives and it is the Constitution, which guarantees such. Incidentally, it is the very same Constitution, which frames the institutional order of our country and gives President Granger himself the powers and immunities, which he enjoys as President. Therefore, President Granger simply cannot cherry pick the parts of the Constitution, which are beneficial to him and his purposes and disregard the other parts, which are not.
Finally, the breach of the Constitution by President Granger also sends the message to international investors and the international community that Guyana is not a country which respects and upholds the rule of law and that, in turn, increases our risk profile for investment and international loans.
Now that the highest Court has ruled that President Granger has breached the Constitution of Guyana by his own deliberate action, it confirms what most Guyanese already knew which is that David Granger as President has not been a good leader for Guyana and his position as president and potential re-election is quite frankly untenable. We must have an election immediately to elect a new President.
Charles Ramson
Attorney-at-Law

Dave posted:
Django posted:

Burke ,Video have the members of Congress statements. Dhanraj Singh posted some vague information.

That’s not true, how can you see a screenshot of his email and still say it’s vague .. smh 

Who is the person that send the message to Dhanraj Singh ? was it from the Congressman or Congresswoman Office ?

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Django posted:
ksazma posted:
Django posted:
Nehru posted:

DJ, you are nothing but a low confidence low IQ one who grapple at low hanging fruits. I guess that is all you are capable of!!!

Banna watch the whole video ,members of the Congress who visited Guyana ,statements are there.

Dem bannas spent one WHOLE DAY in Guyana doing dem fact-finding. The CCJ judges took over two weeks to evaluate evidence presented to them over several days before ruling that Granger INDEED VIOLATED the constitution. Plus nobody gave dem CCJ judges free cook-up rice and mauby. So who yuh think we should trust bai? 

You are aware the CCJ never said the Granger government violated the constitution.

Actually they did. They even gave the Coalition a good whipping as to why elections weren't held by September 18, 2019. Their only mistake was they allowed Granger the opportunity to stop behaving like a despot which he proved he as unable to do. 

Dave posted:
Django posted:
ksazma posted:
Django posted:
Nehru posted:

DJ, you are nothing but a low confidence low IQ one who grapple at low hanging fruits. I guess that is all you are capable of!!!

Banna watch the whole video ,members of the Congress who visited Guyana ,statements are there.

Dem bannas spent one WHOLE DAY in Guyana doing dem fact-finding. The CCJ judges took over two weeks to evaluate evidence presented to them over several days before ruling that Granger INDEED VIOLATED the constitution. Plus nobody gave dem CCJ judges free cook-up rice and mauby. So who yuh think we should trust bai? 

You are aware the CCJ never said the Granger government violated the constitution.

The CCJ has ruled that President Granger has breached the Constitution of Guyana


Dear editor
While most of our attention drifted naturally towards the no confidence motion case, there was an extremely important point, which came out from the GECOM Chairman case. The Caribbean Court of Justice ruled in the GECOM Chairman case at paragraph 5 of the consequential Orders:
In this, β€œthe GECOM Chairman case”, the Court concluded that the process that resulted in the unilateral appointment by the President of a Chairman of GECOM was flawed and in breach of the Constitution.’
While this point may have flown under the radar, this ruling by the CCJ was extremely significant because it establishes definitively that President Granger by his own deliberate action has breached the Constitution of Guyana. By this ruling, this is now a fact and no interpretation, or address to the nation, or mercenary legal opinion, or conjecture can change that fact. What is also now a fact is that this is the first time in Guyana’s history that it was ruled by the judiciary that any President of Guyana has breached our Constitution by his or her own deliberate action.
The breach of the Constitution by President Granger is, of course, very serious indeed for several reasons. First, the Constitution specifically prescribes that the President can be removed from office as President for the violation of the Constitution. It would not be credible for President Granger to argue that he was unaware that his action would be in breach of the Constitution because in addition to the clear language of the Article, it was a practice for over 20 years that no President has ever interpreted Article 161 of the Constitution to mean that he or she can reject the list of nominees submitted by the Leader of the Opposition for the post of GECOM Chairman and make a unilateral appointment. In addition, it would not be credible for President Granger to argue that he was unaware that his action would be in breach of the Constitution because several civil society bodies and lawyers spoke publicly on the issue both prior to as well as post the unilateral appointment. The observance of that delicately designed process where the President appointed a Chairman of GECOM from a list of 6 nominees submitted by the Leader of the Opposition, commonly known as β€œthe Carter formula”, provided an orderly and satisfactory outcome to a critically important issue in our society and its breach was unnecessarily disruptive.
Second, the breach of Constitution by President Granger is very serious because the Constitution is, in and of itself, the most important document for all Guyanese. This is the document which gives all Guyanese their rights, protections, and freedoms which includes, among other things, the right to life and liberty, the right to a free education and health care, the right to own private property and the protection against its deprivation without due process, and the freedom of expression and religious belief. These rights, freedoms, and protections are fundamental to how we, as Guyanese, live our lives and it is the Constitution, which guarantees such. Incidentally, it is the very same Constitution, which frames the institutional order of our country and gives President Granger himself the powers and immunities, which he enjoys as President. Therefore, President Granger simply cannot cherry pick the parts of the Constitution, which are beneficial to him and his purposes and disregard the other parts, which are not.
Finally, the breach of the Constitution by President Granger also sends the message to international investors and the international community that Guyana is not a country which respects and upholds the rule of law and that, in turn, increases our risk profile for investment and international loans.
Now that the highest Court has ruled that President Granger has breached the Constitution of Guyana by his own deliberate action, it confirms what most Guyanese already knew which is that David Granger as President has not been a good leader for Guyana and his position as president and potential re-election is quite frankly untenable. We must have an election immediately to elect a new President.
Charles Ramson
Attorney-at-Law

Django has selective memory. 

ksazma posted:
Django posted:
ksazma posted:
Django posted:
Nehru posted:

DJ, you are nothing but a low confidence low IQ one who grapple at low hanging fruits. I guess that is all you are capable of!!!

Banna watch the whole video ,members of the Congress who visited Guyana ,statements are there.

Dem bannas spent one WHOLE DAY in Guyana doing dem fact-finding. The CCJ judges took over two weeks to evaluate evidence presented to them over several days before ruling that Granger INDEED VIOLATED the constitution. Plus nobody gave dem CCJ judges free cook-up rice and mauby. So who yuh think we should trust bai? 

You are aware the CCJ never said the Granger government violated the constitution.

Actually they did. They even gave the Coalition a good whipping as to why elections weren't held by September 18, 2019. Their only mistake was they allowed Granger the opportunity to stop behaving like a despot which he proved he as unable to do. 

They didn't,   i have the report ,are we going to thru this all over again ?

Django posted:
ksazma posted:
Django posted:
 

You are aware the CCJ never said the Granger government violated the constitution.

Actually they did. They even gave the Coalition a good whipping as to why elections weren't held by September 18, 2019. Their only mistake was they allowed Granger the opportunity to stop behaving like a despot which he proved he as unable to do. 

They didn't,   i have the report ,are we going to thru this all over again ?

We don't need to. It clearly stated that Granger violated the Constitution. How you think Singh found herself as the GECOM Chairperson? And that was only the first ruling. The CCJ was ever more severe of Granger's behavior regarding his inability to hold elections within the Constitutional prescribed timeframe. Facts are facts. We nah interested in yuh snake-oil bai. 

ksazma posted:
Django posted:
ksazma posted:
Django posted:
 

You are aware the CCJ never said the Granger government violated the constitution.

Actually they did. They even gave the Coalition a good whipping as to why elections weren't held by September 18, 2019. Their only mistake was they allowed Granger the opportunity to stop behaving like a despot which he proved he as unable to do. 

They didn't,   i have the report ,are we going to thru this all over again ?

We don't need to. It clearly stated that Granger violated the Constitution. How you think Singh found herself as the GECOM Chairperson? And that was only the first ruling. The CCJ was ever more severe of Granger's behavior regarding his inability to hold elections within the Constitutional prescribed timeframe. Facts are facts. We nah interested in yuh snake-oil bai. 

Kerr yuh r@ss ,Guyana government don't run the Elections.

Django posted:
ksazma posted:
Django posted:
ksazma posted:
Django posted:
 

You are aware the CCJ never said the Granger government violated the constitution.

Actually they did. They even gave the Coalition a good whipping as to why elections weren't held by September 18, 2019. Their only mistake was they allowed Granger the opportunity to stop behaving like a despot which he proved he as unable to do. 

They didn't,   i have the report ,are we going to thru this all over again ?

We don't need to. It clearly stated that Granger violated the Constitution. How you think Singh found herself as the GECOM Chairperson? And that was only the first ruling. The CCJ was ever more severe of Granger's behavior regarding his inability to hold elections within the Constitutional prescribed timeframe. Facts are facts. We nah interested in yuh snake-oil bai. 

Kerr yuh r@ss ,Guyana government don't run the Elections.

How come you thought differently prior to May 2015 bai? 

There are 4 PNC representatives and 3 PPP representatives that makes up GECOM so who running it?

Btw, how come there are no representatives from the other parties that make up your six parties Coalition? 

Django posted:
ksazma posted:
Django posted:
ksazma posted:
Django posted:
 

You are aware the CCJ never said the Granger government violated the constitution.

Actually they did. They even gave the Coalition a good whipping as to why elections weren't held by September 18, 2019. Their only mistake was they allowed Granger the opportunity to stop behaving like a despot which he proved he as unable to do. 

They didn't,   i have the report ,are we going to thru this all over again ?

We don't need to. It clearly stated that Granger violated the Constitution. How you think Singh found herself as the GECOM Chairperson? And that was only the first ruling. The CCJ was ever more severe of Granger's behavior regarding his inability to hold elections within the Constitutional prescribed timeframe. Facts are facts. We nah interested in yuh snake-oil bai. 

Kerr yuh r@ss ,Guyana government don't run the Elections.

You are right! The PNC runs elections.