Address to the Nation by Mr. Robert H. O. Corbin, MP Sunday, March 09, 2003
Fellow Guyanese: After careful thought and reflection on the serious matters, which face our nation, I took the decision to write to the President and Head of Government, Mr. Bharrat Jagdeo bringing these grave concerns to his attention. I now consider it prudent to bring these matters to your attention so that public concerns, which require immediate attention, can be properly understood and addressed. This is necessary if our society is to be prevented from descending into anarchy.

Address To The Nation Hugh Desmond Hoyte, S.C.
Fellow Guyanese: I accept it as my duty to speak with you at this time of crisis in our nation. It is important that you have a clear vision of the truth and the path that lies before us. This is not a time for platitudes, rhetoric or empty posturing. If Guyana is to have any realistic hope of a prosperous future, some important realities must be understood and some courageous responses put in place as a matter of urgency. We must not deceive ourselves; what is at stake is our ability to achieve social cohesion and economic development as a nation.

Remarks by Mr.Hugh Desmond Hoyte, S.C. at the launching of the PNC REFORM 2001Manifesto Hotel Tower Monday, March 5, 2001
Agenda For Development: On behalf of the People’s National Congress Reform, I wish to welcome you to the launch of the Agenda For Development, our programme for the modernisation of Guyana. This document flows from an extensive process of consultation with a wide cross-section of Guyanese from all walks of life. It is therefore reflective of the needs and aspirations of all of our people, irrespective of their age group or ethnicity. The issues we address touch lives whether we are from the city, the towns, the villages or hinterland communities.

Birth Anniversary of the Founder Leader Linden Forbes Sampson Burnham Hugh Desmond Hoyte, S.C.
Message from Mr. Hugh Desmond Hoyte on the occasion of a concert in honour of the Birth Anniversary of the Founder Leader, Linden Forbes Sampson Burnham, S.C., O. E.,

Republic Day Address 2001 Hugh Desmond Hoyte, S.C.
Tomorrow, we celebrate the anniversary of the founding of the Republic. When we took that step 31 years ago, it was a defining moment in our history. As a people, we had passed through harsh and cruel times - from slavery and indenture, through the bitter colonial period, to the status of a free, proud and independent people. By that act, we had assumed the awesome responsibility of creating a nation out of our diverse ethnicities, religions and cultures. We eagerly took up the task of building a cohesive society with great courage and optimism; for we had decided to be masters in our own house and together carve out our own destiny.

Remarks by Hugh Desmond Hoyte, S.C. At the launching of the Reform Group Le Meridien Pegasus Hotel, Saturday January 27, 2001
Mr. Chairman, members of the Diplomatic Corp, distinguished guests, ladies

New Years Day Address Hugh Desmond Hoyte, S.C. -- 2001
It is customary and appropriate that at the end of the calendar year, we take stock of our lives and of our community to determine where we are and what we have achieved. It is also a time for making new resolutions and taking appropriate steps to correct the mistakes and problems of the year that is coming to an end and for taking positive steps to do much better in 2001. As we look back on the now conceded 2000 and prepare ourselves for the challenges of 2001, we can see that there are many things and countless issues which we can all agree were not as they should be.

Christmas Message 2000 Hugh Desmond Hoyte, S.C.
My dear fellow Guyanese: Once again, the Christmas season is upon us. As is traditional, I, on behalf of PNC REFORM, take this opportunity to wish all of my fellow Guyanese and their loved ones, here and overseas, a peace-filled Christmas.

Christmas Message From the General Secretary Oscar Eleazer Clarke, Cllr.
My dear fellow citizens: The Leader, Central Executive Committee and all the members of the People's National Congress Reform take this opportunity to wish all the people of Guyana a most happy and peaceful Christmas.

EID-UL-FITR MESSAGE Hugh Desmond Hoyte, S.C.
On this auspicious occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, I extend warmest greetings to all our Muslim brothers and sisters in the traditional Islamic way: "Eid Mubarak, Eid Mubarak, Eid Mubarak". These felicitations go out, also, on behalf of my wife and family and the entire membership of the People's National Congress/Reform.

Opening Address To The 12th Biennial Congress Hon. Hugh Desmond Hoyte, S.C. August 25-27,2000

Republic Day Address Hugh Desmond Hoyte, S.C. OR Tuesday 22nd February 2000
On this 30th anniversary of the founding of the Republic, the People's National

New Years Day Address Hugh Desmond Hoyte, S.C. OR Friday 31 December 1999
The year 1999 has ended. Most Guyanese citizensare glad to see it go, for it was a year of far too many negative events that undermined our morale,

Investing in the Americas 2000 Hugh Desmond Hoyte, S.C. OR Miami Florida: 10-11 April 2000
Over the centuries since Columbus’ first encounter with the continent of South America, Guyana has been the subject of myth and fantasy which projected the image of a country immensely rich in mineral resources, particularly gold. The Elizabethan poet, George Chapman, gave full flight to his imagination when

Manifesto 2001 AGENDA for DEVELOPMENT The Modernisation of Guyana With PNC REFORM
The PNC REFORM is the result of a political conviction that inclusivity enhances our capacity to serve the nation. This conviction has become strengthened in the PNC over its history.

PNCR Events

PNC 12th Biennial Congress
In another three weeks -- from August 25-27 – the twelfth (12th) Biennial Congress of the People's National Congress will convene here at Congress Place, Sophia under the theme “PNC – Ready to Rescue the Nation”.

Congress 2000 -- An update on the 12th Biennial Congress of the PNC/Reform.
PNC-Ready to Rescue the Nation: Ladies and gentlemen of the media. As you are aware the People's National Congress has recently concluded its 12th Biennial Congress