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House Speaker rejects motion over ‘signing bonus’

Guyana’s political opposition, the Peoples Progressive Party Civic (PPP/C) on Friday unsuccessfully brought to the National Assembly; a motion looking to compel the government...

Guyana President says gov’t will comply with any court ruling on...

Guyana’s Head-of-State, President David Granger says his government will comply with any court ruling or legal advice stipulating that the US$18M signing bonus received...

Cabinet approved receipt of signing bonus, Foreign Affairs advised on special...

The Guyana Government continues to defend its handling of the negotiation and receipt of a US$18M ‘signing bonus’ from US Oil Major, ExxonMobil, this...

US$18M ‘signing bonus’ will eventually be placed in Consolidated Fund –...

Guyana’s Finance Minister Winston Jordan says CGX Energy must be commended if they did indeed pay US$10M in legal fees on behalf of Guyana...

Non-disclosure of signing bonus not intended to deceive says Guyana President

Guyana’s President David Granger told reporters on Wednesday that as Head-of-State he made the decision not to disclose the payment of a US$18M signing...

Fmr Guyana President says CGX Energy did not pay ‘signing bonus’

Former Guyana President, Bharrat Jagdeo, has denied that Canadian Oil Exploration Company CGX Energy paid a ‘signing bonus’ to the then administration - monies...

Finance Minister says no rules broken with special account for signing...

Guyana’s Minister of Finance, Winston Jordan, has defended the deposit of an US$18M ‘signing bonus’ into a special account at the Bank of Guyana,...

“We did pay a US$18M signing bonus” – Exxon Country Manager

Country Manager of ExxonMobil Guyana, Rod Henson, told media representatives on Sunday evening that the company did indeed pay a US$18M signing bonus to...

Criticism mounts on Guyana Gov’t’s handling of ‘signing bonus’

Days after Guyana’s Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotman, told law makers in the country’s 65-seat National Assembly that the government did indeed receive...

Transparency group accuses Guyana government of engaging in deception

Transparency Institute Guyana Incorporated (TIGI) has accused the Guyana Government of deliberately engaging in deception in its handling of an advance payment from US...