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CCJ to Rule on Presidential Term Limit in Guyana

“On 22 February 2017, the Court of Appeal in Guyana, in a split decision upheld the decision of the High Court that the legislation which was passed by the National Assembly (Guyana’s Parliament) in 2001 to limit the times that a person could become President of Guyana to 2 terms was unconstitutional.” read more

Response to Claudette Joseph

“To say that ‘gender’ in its definition includes ‘transgender’ is the same as saying that ‘national’ in its definition includes ‘transnational’ — it does not.” read more

Privy Council versus the CCJ

Remembering what a young man said to me recently, ‘there is no good reason nowadays to say, “I don’t know”,’ I looked at some of the literature on both courts which are readily available on the internet. read more
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