Dialogue


    "The Herdmanston Accord was signed in January l998 in a very specific context. There were continuing post-election protests which had led to violence and the country was almost at a standstill. Peace was restored on the basis that there would be an audit of the results, dialogue between the two main parties, a Commission would be set up to advise on constitutional reform and that two years of the government's five year term would be sacrificed. There would be an election early in the year 200l." [Stabroek News, 6/26/99.] Please note: links provided by LOSP web site.


  1. King's role as dialogue facilitator discontinued
    March 18, 2000

  2. PPP, PNC must make dialogue work
    March 10, 2000

  3. Guidelines towards better dialogue
    January 26, 2000

  4. Parties willing to continue talks with facilitator
    January 22, 2000

  5. Civil society and the dialogue process
    December 22, 1999

  6. PPP/Civic, PNC to state position on retention of CARICOM facilitator
    December 19, 1999

  7. Tuschen contract before dialogue discrimination team
    December 19, 1999

  8. Civil society should exert influence on dialogue process
    December 18, 1999

  9. PPP/Civic, PNC commit to continued talks in absence of facilitator
    December 18, 1999

  10. CARICOM to review staying in political process here
    December 18, 1999

  11. Advice that should be heeded
    December 18, 1999

  12. Efforts towards a Jagdeo/Hoyte meeting ongoing
    December 4, 1999

  13. PPP, PNC agree terms of reference for race relations commission
    November 26, 1999

  14. Proposals tabled on Ethnic Realtions Commission
    November 25, 1999

  15. Parties to continue talks on Ethnic Relations Commissions
    November 23, 1999

  16. Private sector presses Hoyte to hold talks with President
    November 11, 1999

  17. Jagdeo's stance on land committees forecloses dialogue possibility
    November 6, 1999

  18. Talks between Jagdeo and Hoyte
    November 1, 1999

  19. President still open to meeting Hoyte
    October 30, 1999

  20. Jagdeo willing to discuss issues in Hoyte's letter
    October 30, 1999

  21. Hoyte denies setting pre-conditions for meeting with Jagdeo
    October 28, 1999

  22. Unconditional Hoyte, Jagdeo meeting urged
    October 27, 1999

  23. Ensure 2001 elections deadline
    October 25, 1999

  24. In search of a meeting
    October 24, 1999

  25. CARICOM backs urgent Jagdeo-Hoyte meeting
    October 24, 1999

  26. Civil society should be involved in dialogue
    October 24, 1999

  27. Anthony in key Guyana talks
    October 23, 1999

  28. St Lucia PM explores way forward in key meetings
    October 23, 1999

  29. Dr Anthony's visit set for Oct 22-23
    October 11, 1999

  30. Political dialogue shifts focus to race relations
    September 16, 1999

  31. Home grown dialogue solutions needed
    September 7, 1999

  32. CARICOM intervention likely --as dialogue hits another snag


    September 5, 1999

  33. King to brief Dr Anthony on PPP/PNC dialogue
    August 22, 1999

  34. Inter-party talks cordial, but contentious -- King
    August 15, 1999

  35. Luncheon not 'dropped'
    August 13, 1999

  36. PPP, PNC agree on dialogue subjects - Luncheon dropped from team
    August 11, 1999

  37. Re-starting dialogue
    August 5, 1999

  38. Guyana dialogue
    August 2, 1999

  39. Next dialogue talks to take place August 6
    June 17, 1999

  40. Dialogue teams meet on new agenda
    June 15, 1999

  41. Resuming dialogue
    June 15, 1999

  42. PPP/Civic not represented at meeting with Caricom facilitator
    June 13, 1999

  43. PNC declines PPP/Civic's dialogue invite
    June 3, 1999

  44. PPP wants urgent meeting on dialogue issues
    June 3, 1999

  45. PPP/Civic awaits response from PNC
    June 1, 1999

  46. Inter-party dialogue PPP wants to review facilitator's part
    May 26, 1999

  47. Donors ready to back resumed dialogue
    May 12, 1999

  48. Hold back the cheers
    May 11, 1999

  49. PNC will proceed with cautious optimism--Hoyte
    May 11, 1999

  50. 'I'm not prepared to waste my time'- political dialogue mediator
    May 11, 1999

  51. Political dialogue to resume
    May 10, 1999

  52. PPP/Civic, PNC to resume dialogue
    May 10, 1999

  53. Diplomatic masterstroke
    May 10, 1999

  54. Guyana can find solutions
    May 8, 1999

  55. Caricomís attitude on Guyana
    May 6, 1999

  56. Pride and talks
    April 11, 1999

  57. Hoyte's de facto govt statement puts dialogue in new light - Luncheon
    April 10, 1999

  58. No 'equals' problem once conditions met - Luncheon
    April 10, 1999

  59. Hoyte wants 'equals' dialogue assurances
    April 9, 1999

  60. Parties must be seen as equals in dialogue
    April 9, 1999

  61. President invites Hoyte to restart talks
    April 7, 1999

  62. President to push for break in dialogue deadlock
    April 5, 1999

  63. Facilitator terms of reference for study by donors
    -because of legal implications

    March 24, 1999






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