Friday, July 15, 2011

Uncharted Territory in Guyanese Legislative Elections

[i] U.S. Department of State. "Background Note: Guyana." (accessed June 9, 2011).
[ii] Ibid.
[iii] Ibid.
[iv] Ibid.
[v] Watkins, Thayer. "Political and Economic History of Guyana." (accessed June 9, 2011).
[vi] Hinds, David. "Guyana: A Short Political History." (accessed June 15, 2011).
[vii] Woolford, Hazel. "A history of political alliances in Guyana: 1953-1999." (accessed June 9, 2011).
[viii] U.S. Department of State.
[ix] Watkins.
[x] Smith, Raymond T.  “Guyanese Politics.” (accessed June 20, 2011).
[xi] U.S. Department of State.
[xii] Ibid.
[xiii] Watkins.
[xiv] U.S. Department of State.
[xv] Ibid.
[xvi] "Robust Growth to Continue." (accessed June 17, 2011).
[xvii] "Guyana GDP per Capita at current prices in US dollars." (accessed July 6, 2011).
[xviii] "Corruption Perceptions Index 2010 Results." (accessed June 16, 2011).
[xix] " Polar Beer scam case collapses for want of prosecution." (accessed June 21, 2011).
[xx] Carrington, William, and Enrica Detragiache. "How Extensive Is the Brain Drain?." (accessed June 17, 2011).
[xxi] "Diversification South Bolstering Stability." (accessed June 21, 2011).
[xxii] "Granger congratulates Ramotar, wants clean campaign." (accessed June 15, 2011).
[xxiii] "No New Ideas, Let's Continue The Existing Policies Says Ramotar." (accessed June 21, 2011).
[xxiv] "PNCR Presidential nominees urged to remain involved in financing, campaigning for 2011 general election." (accessed June 16, 2011).
[xxv] "David Granger wins PNCR presidential candidacy; Faith Harding complains about uneven playing field." (accessed June 21, 2011).
[xxvi] Guyana’s 2011 Presidential Candidate—David Granger [video]. (accessed June 21, 2011).
[xxvii] Hergash, Harry . "Expectations for the National 2011 Elections in Guyana." (accessed June 17, 2011).
[xxviii] "PNC/R changes age old name as the joint opposition goes in to the 2011 elections.." (accessed June 21, 2011).
[xxix] Lawrence, Derrick.  Personal Interview.  June 21, 2011.
[xxx] "AFC Says They Will Not Join Any Coalition." (accessed June 21, 2011).
[xxxi] Ramjattan, Khemraj.  Personal Interview.  June 25, 2011.
[xxxii] Ibid.
[xxxiii] Ibid.
[xxxiv] Ibid.

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