President Bharrat Jagdeo of Guyana

Jagdeo was born in Unity Village on the East Coast of Demerara.
Jagdeo was appointed as Junior Minister of Finance in October 1993, and a few weeks later, at the PPP's 24th Congress, he was elected to the party's Central Committee.
Because the Prime Minister is the President's legal successor, Jagdeo took office as Prime Minister on August 9 so that he would be positioned to succeed Jagan.
Jagdeo was re-elected for another five-year term on August 28, 2006, with the PPP garnering 54.
At the PPP's 29th Congress, Jagdeo received the highest number of votes (777) in the election to the party's Central Committee, held on August 2, 2008.
President Bharrat Jagdeo was today paid a courtesy call by outgoing UN Representative Mr.
President Bharrat Jagdeo has once again put forward Guyanas resolve to participate in the fight against Climate Change.
Guyanas President, Bharrat Jagdeo is scheduled to participate in Conservation Internationals (CIs) press conference which aims to start a global awareness campaign on the vital and often overlooked role forests play as an immediate and cost-effective solution for climate change.
President Bharrat Jagdeo has said that it is Guyanas wish to be part of the Brazil-sponsored South American Defence Council.
President Bharrat Jagdeo has cleared the air on speculations that surrounded the privatization of Sanata Textiles Complex Industrial Site, Georgetown to Queens Atlantic Investment Inc.
President Bharrat Jagdeo has dispelled claims by Peoples National Congress/Reform (PNC/R) Leader Robert Corbin that government announced the recent interventions to ease the burden on Guyanese with respect to the rising cost for food because of the partys planned march.
President Bharrat Jagdeo said that the call by the Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU) for a 25 percent pay hike for public servants is unrealistic, pointing to the countrys financial position.
Guyanas Head of State Bharrat Jagdeo has expressed dismay over the protests being led by the Peoples National Congress/Reform (PNC/R), which he described as protests of thuggery.
President Bharrat Jagdeo has made it clear that the Peoples National Congress/Reform (PNC/R) will have to account for the $100M provided by government for the payment of scrutineers for that party.
Following the arbitrary increase in mini-bus fares and the threats and strike actions by operators, President Bharrat Jagdeo met with representatives and Associations of public transportation today at the Office of the President to discuss the issue and to come to specific agreements.
In his May Day 2008 message to workers, President Bharrat Jagdeo is calling for new forms of solidarity in the face of current challenges being experienced and not the types of solidarity that encourage confrontation and division nor those that pits workers against employers.
Addressing a large gathering at the Indian Arrival Committees (IACs) first in a series of melas this year at the Anna Regina Community Centre ground on Sunday evening President Bharrat Jagdeo said that Guyanese need to continue to practice their cultures and to inculcate it in the younger generation so that they would be able to learn about their ancestors and appreciate their hard work.
Addressing Police Officers during the opening of the Annual Police Officers Conference at Eve Leary today, President Bharrat Jagdeo said that when Government puts in place legislation that will provide the police and security forces at large with greater power and better tools to fight crime, a fair and impartial judiciary will next be needed.
President Bharrat Jagdeo and Minister of Tourism, Industry and Commerce Manniram Prashad today met with Mr.
Responding to questions by the media today during a press conference at his office, Head of State Bharrat Jagdeo said that Guyana has been unable to move from simply expressions of interest by Caribbean agriculture investors as it relates to Guyanas land use for expanding agricultural ventures and to aid in providing more food for Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries.
President Bharrat Jagdeo has lashed out at Captain Gerry Gouveias recent comment that the Bell 206 helicopters are not suitable for crime fighting because of their limited capacity to carry troops.
Head of State Bharrat Jagdeo was today paid a courtesy call by former Prime Minister of St.
The national schoolgirl cricket windball team need not worry about how its members will be getting to Barbados to participate in the West Indies Female windball Championship on March 22-25, as President Bharrat Jagdeo has committed to cover the airfare cost for the 18 girls on the team.
Head of State Bharrat Jagdeo today received the prestigious Russian Pushkin Medal from Russian Ambassador to Guyana Pavel Sergiev at State House on Main Street.
President Bharrat Jagdeo today received Letters of Credence from His Excellency Marinel Ioana, Ambassador of Romania to Guyana.
President Bharrat Jagdeo today received Letters of Credence from His Excellency Ricardo Villanueva Hallal, Ambassador of United Mexican States and His Excellency Luigi Maccotta, Ambassador of the Republic of Italy.
Now, I don't know what will happen in the future, whether Europe will honour it, but at least we'll have the provision, this binding provision on Europe, and that will satisfy a principal concern that I had - that there was no review clause in the agreement," Jagdeo said during an interview on state media.
Bharrat Jagdeo says a Florida-based company's plans to build a dam in the central Amazon region to produce 100 megawatts of power could be put on hold.
Construction of a $1 billion aluminum plant in the southwest also could be affected, Jagdeo said in a televised speech Friday.
The latest overseas visit is reported in your January 12, 2009 edition which carries a release by the Government Information Agency (GINA) that President Bharrat Jagdeo is on a visit to Libya, Qatar and Greece that will last one week.
the glen lall: President Bharrat Jagdeo was aboard the Delta flight inbound to the Cheddi Jagan International Airport on October 7 when action by the pilot of the outgoing Caribbean Airlines flight averted a midair collision.
Jagdeo found his first taker this year when Canopy Capital, a London-based eco-finance firm, signed a deal to maintain Iwokrama, a 1,430-sq.
Jagdeo is confident that his concept will catch on as its dividends become more evident.
Guyana's official news agency, GINA, says President Bharrat Jagdeo is an official visit to the North African country and has held several trade meetings with officials in Moammar Gadhafi's.
LJBC : Leader of the Revolution received yesterday President of the Republic of Guyana "Bharat Jagdeo," who had arrived and the delegation accompanying him to Libya yesterday.
A government statement said that Bharrat Jagdeo was not a Facebook member, the Associated Press reported.
The President of Guyana Bharrat Jagdeo is warning people that an apparent profile of him on Facebook is in fact the work of a dastardly impostor.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC): President Bharrat Jagdeo has taken another jab at the Caribbean Regional Negotiating Machinery (CRNM.
the dictator president of Guyana bharrat jagdeo has a way about him, he looooves to wine up and get on bad wid he lawless.
the night jagdeo was wining up on some young crotch.
he was out and about the night jagdeo had some young crotch wining up on him.
During a media conference, President Bharrat Jagdeo had stressed that if there is any credence to the claims of killings, it would mean that several unsolved cases will more than likely be resolved.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana: President Bharrat Jagdeo has held his first round of cooperation talks with Libyan leader Muammar El-Qaddafi while on an official visit to that country.
The Libyan leader and Jagdeo met and discussed a cooperative relationship between the two unions of Africa and Latin America.
Guyanas President Bharrat Jagdeo has taken another jab at the Caribbean Regional Negotiating Machinery (CRNM.
At one minute after 3 pm, Jagdeo took the oath of office in the presence of the business community, the diplomatic corps, political parties, the media and well-wishers.
Dubbing Guyana a land of opportunities, Jagdeo said the people needed to veer away from the conventional path to recognise this.
At Kitty in 1997, Jagdeo had said that all Guyanese dreamed of having a stable career, good paying jobs to take care of their families and savings to own a house and to provide a good education for their children.
Bharrat Jagdeo is one of TIME Magazine’s Heroes of the Environment 2008 - Baiganchoka.
There are many who would disagree with Bharrat Jagdeo being referred to as a Hero of the Environment considering his plans to monetize Guyanas rain forest, yet here TIME Magazine writes an article spotlighting the president as a visionary who is leading a poor country with a priceless resource.
Guyanese president Bharrat Jagdeo leads a poor country with a priceless resource: 40 million acres (16 million ha) of largely untouched rain forest.
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Jagdeo knows he has a comodity and he is gooing to exploit the international market but to whose benefit.
In assuming the presidency, Mr Jagdeo took on a role for which he would be judged long after he leaves the post.
of course we all know that Bharrat Jagdeo is a bloody liar as he does not have one shred of evidence for 99% of the shite him or his PPP Crime Syndicate Inc.
PRESIDENT Bharrat Jagdeo has called on United States President-elect Barack Obama to end America’s 46-year-old embargo against Cuba so that the Cuban people can also benefit from a full integration with the rest of the world.
Jagdeo said that at the triennial summit between CARICOM and Cuba in the island earlier this month all the community’s delegations “were very appreciative of the support that Cuba gives to these countries, particularly in education and health.
Jagdeo said Obama has “one of the most enlightened policies currently on climate change (and) this is something that he would play a leadership role in.
The decisions were made as Guyana's President Bharrat Jagdeo and his Libyan counterpart Muammar al Qadhafi continued meetings with other More Bharrat Jagdeo New Stories Dictator to dictator - Bharrat Jagdeo meets Khadaffi at.
President Jagdeo has seemingly broken links and ruptured with the past of Cheddi Jagans Marxism-Leninism and anti-imperialism.
If, Jagdeo is offended and wants to seek action that is his damn right.
Bharrat Jagdeo was appointed President of the Republic of Guyana in August, 1999 replacing Janet Jagan, who resigned due to ill health.
2009 edition which carries a release by the Government Information Agency (GINA) that President Bharrat Jagdeo is on a visit to Libya, Qatar and Greece that will last one week.
afford Berbice bridge At the opening ceremony for the long-awaited Berbice River Bridge, President Bharrat Jagdeo had said that the bridge would help to ease the travelling woes for commuters.
Guyana's official news agency, GINA, says President Bharrat Jagdeo is an official visit to the North African country and has held several trade.
They said too that President Bharrat Jagdeo had promised them financial assistance when he visited the creek but the minister later.
After President Janet Jagan resigned due to illness in August 1999, Jagdeo was designated as her successor.
Despite opposition protests and episodes of violence, Jagdeo was formally sworn in as president on March 31, 2001.
Bharrat Jagdeo was appointed president; he was reelected in 2001.
more on this fraud Michael Brassington later.
Janet Jagan, who resigned due to ill health.
Bharrat Jagdeo was born on 23 January 1964.
It is being said that His Excellency President Bharrat Jagdeo is not quite ready to relinquish power in all forms.
It is not clear how advanced the negotiations are or how possible this scenario is at this time but it is understood that President Jagdeo is willing to open up his government to the PNC to allow this option the green light which will also allow him to campaign on the grounds of the PPP allowing greater inclusivity in government.
It is understood that President Jagdeo is very keen on a third term but he is also working on a fallback plan in the event that the third term proposal is eventually rejected by Corbin and the PNC (who would need to give their approval for it to proceed.
President Jagdeo is looking to the Vladimir Putin model of stepping down to the Prime Minister's office while allowing a 'controllable' individual to be placed in the seat of the presidency.
President Jagdeo is keen on two individuals who he trusts and who he holds as two loyal lieutenants.
by any objective measure, Jagdeo is a visionless, incompetent and failed leader.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, CMC- President Bharrat Jagdeo is confident that despite the several challenges posed by the current global financial crisis, his governments social programmes will not be negatively affected.
He noted however, that while the government has been putting mechanisms in place to lessen the impact of the financial crunch, the country is not immune to what has been transpiring on the global economy, especially because Guyana is a net exporter of a number of commodities that are already being hit by the crisis.
Bharrat Jagdeo has just completed his first year as Guyana's president.
and is held to a different and perhaps higher standard.
evolution; he is a creation or a "creature," to borrow Mr.
Jagdeo has exhibited none of the above.
President Bharrat Jagdeo is the head of state for Guyana.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, CMC - The Guyana government's monopoly of radio broadcasting is to end next year, President Bharrat Jagdeo has said.
At the opening ceremony for the long-awaited Berbice River Bridge, President Bharrat Jagdeo had said that the bridge would help to ease the travelling woes for commuters, especially schoolchildren.
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President Bharrat Jagdeo has discussed increased cooperation and other issues with Libyan leader Muammar Qadaffi.
A team of officials led by President Bharrat Jagdeo is currently in the Middle East to explore possibilities for strengthening relations and expanding cooperation programmes in the economic, social and cultural fields.
During a recent press conference, President Bharrat Jagdeo said that the interim board will be responsible for taking the.
President Bharrat Jagdeo is optimistic that the Sophia/Kingston inter-connect high power cable will make its mid-year deadline despite a four-month delay in laying the groundwork.
Cautioning against a wave of protection washing across the region, President Bharrat Jagdeo says it is imperative to move forward with establishing the single market.
AFC supports revamping of entity President Bharrat Jagdeo is adamant that the Regional Negotiating Machinery (RNM) which recently concluded the Economic Partnership Agreement with the European Union, cannot represent Guyana’s position on the upcoming trade talks with Canada.
President Bharrat Jagdeo has conceded that the flooding along the coastland will have a negative impact on the country’s ability to export some commodities, particularly rice and sugar.
The report on the corruption probe into customs officers at the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) has been completed and charges could soon be laid, President Bharrat Jagdeo has said.
President Jagdeo says that Guyana already has a model for the proposal: in 1989 the country deeded 1 million acres of forest to the Commonwealth of Nations as a "sustainable-use" reserve called Iwokrama.
While President Jagdeo is hopeful that Guyana can be rewarded for conserving its forests, he says that the country is poor and will do what it is necessary to improve living conditions for its people.
Bharrat Jagdeo was born on Thursday, January 23, 1964 in Unity Village and he is a famous head of state from Guyana.
Bharrat Jagdeo had studied at Bygeval Secondary School and then he attended the MS Economics, Peoples' Friendship University, Moscow (in 1990.