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House Speaker rejects motion over ‘signing bonus’

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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...

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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...

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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 –...

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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

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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’

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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...

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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

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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’

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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

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