1997 Elections and Its Aftermath


  1. Parris did not tell audit body of ID card concerns
    -because of legal implications

    October 3, 1998

  2. Most undistributed ID cards were for Region Four
    - Parris
  3. Voter turn-out figure miraculous
    September 30, 1998

  4. Election petition hearing
    Parris alleges bias in voter ID distribution

    September 29, 1998

  5. King initiates dialogue rounds
    September 23, 1998

  6. Facilitator King meets PPP/Civic, PNC officials
    September 22, 1998

  7. Facilitator arrives Monday for PPP, PNC talks
    September 15, 1998

  8. Judge grants stay for appeal against naming President
    September 10, 1998

  9. Hearing of election petition adjourned to September 21
    September 10, 1998

  10. Facilitator crucial for talks- PNC
    -cites conflicting statements

    September 8, 1998

  11. Row over 'President' continues
    September 3, 1998

  12. Time runs on
    September 1, 1998

  13. Jagan, Hoyte forum closer -following TUC meeting
    July 28, 1998

  14. Nagamootoo condemns McKay's attack on alledged paramountcy of the party
    July 21, 1998

  15. U.S. Congress leader deplores Guyana Violence
    July 17, 1998

  16. PNC ends Parliament boycott
    July 16, 1998

  17. Parliament brief for PNC group
    July 15, 1998

  18. PNC to march into Parliament
    July 15, 1998

  19. Paramountcy of the party is alive and well
    July 12, 1998

  20. St Lucia Agreement goes into action
    July 11, 1998

  21. President Jagan has high hopes for St Lucia pact
    July 7, 1998

  22. PNC has agenda for Parliament
    - Hoyte

    July 7, 1998

  23. PPP/Civic, PNC talks still to reconvene
    July 5, 1998

  24. Six held under city riot proclamation
    - magistrate says not officially notified of charge

    July 3, 1998

  25. Guyana would welcome OAS preventative diplomacy- Ishmael
    July 3, 1998

  26. Party accusations pose great danger
    May 4, 1998

  27. Norton challenges judges in appeal hearing
    May 3, 1998

  28. Mrs Jagan asks hemisphere to be on alert
    April 20, 1998

  29. `Ring leaderí of processions stoned Presidentís car - cop
    April 16, 1998

  30. New May 31 deadline for elections audit
    April 15, 1998

  31. Elections were free and fair--OAS report re-affirms
    April 13, 1998

  32. How the Civic responds
    March 27, 1998

  33. PNC dubs EAB report unscientific
    March 27, 1998

  34. Computer results were flawed
    March 24, 1998

  35. Audit team will re-count ballots- work may exceed deadline
    March 24, 1998

  36. PPP dubs PNC's predictions economic fright
    March 23, 1998

  37. PNC predicts dismal year for economy
    March 19, 1998

  38. EAB backs Dec 15 official results
    March 18, 1998

  39. Eclipse
    March 1, 1998

  40. No PPP/Civic, PNC talks following Parliament demonstration
    February 28, 1998

  41. The Herdmanston Accord
    February 27, 1998

  42. President's car stoned
    February 27, 1998

  43. Election petition can use audit findings
    February 24, 1998

  44. Hoyte emphasises `electoral justice' at Mash concert-- calls on supporters to remain calm
    February 24, 1998

  45. Poll audit team named
    February 14, 1998

  46. Mayor describes PNC plans for Mash as "unfortunate"
    February 14, 1998

  47. PPP/Civic files cross petition to PNC appeal
    February 4, 1998

  48. CARICOM accord assures no victimisation - Hoyte tells PNC public meeting
    January 22, 1998

  49. Protest ban lifted
    January 20, 1998

  50. 'Guyanese people have won great victory'
    January 19, 1998

  51. A forensic audit
    January 16, 1998

  52. Poll audit meaningless
    January 15, 1998

  53. Commonwealth report flays Elections
    January 15, 1998

  54. Election Audit The Way To Go
    January 15, 1998

  55. No Test Match??
    January 15, 1998

  56. PNC will cooperate with CARICOM team
    January 14, 1998

  57. Hoyte pledges defiance of 'illegitimate' order
    January 14, 1998

  58. Hoyte apologises for state media abuse at Congress Place
    January 14, 1998

  59. OAS mission received no substantiated claim of poll fraud
    January 14, 1998

  60. Police tear-gas PNC protesters
    January 14, 1998

  61. Bombed security guard dies
    January 13, 1998

  62. Court can't enquire into action of Elections Commission Chairman
    January 13, 1998

  63. Terror in the city
    January 13, 1998

  64. Disturbances sprang from misconception
    January 13, 1998

  65. Govt bans protests
    January 13, 1998

  66. Parents remove children from schools
    January 13, 1998

  67. Cricket Board President says situation worrying
    January 11, 1998

  68. Calls for peace, atonement at interfaith service
    January 11, 1998

  69. Written submissions lodged with Chief Justice
    January 9, 1998

  70. Explosive thrown at Pegasus Hotel
    January 7, 1998

  71. Protesters target key ministries
    January 7, 1998

  72. President urges zero tolerance for 'terrorism'
    January 7, 1998

  73. PNC denounces bombing allegations
    January 7, 1998

  74. No clear election audit initiative yet - Hoyte
    January 5, 1998

  75. Statement by Her Excellency President Janet Jagan on the Escalation of Terrorism and Violence
    January 5, 1998

  76. Getting To The Bottom Of It
    January 5, 1998

  77. Guyana: In Chaos
    January 5, 1998

  78. 1998 -- More of the Same?
    January 4, 1998

  79. Denial by Chancellor of the Judiciary
    January 3, 1998

  80. Commonwealth Observer Group Report (Advanced Copy?)
    January 2, 1998

  81. Procedural Arguments Continue
    January 1, 1998



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