Guyanese Casino Bill Passed Ahead Of World Cup

The Guyanese government announced last week that it has approved the Gambling Prevention (Amendment) Bill that green lights the introduction of casinos to the South American country.

The Guyanese government announced last week that it has approved the Gambling Prevention (Amendment) Bill that green lights the introduction of casinos to the South American country,but the country’s president maintained that the bill’s timing was not influenced by the impending cricket world cup.

The much-delayed announcement was made after a number of MPs requested further time to consider the controversial bill that has been staunchly by a number of religious groups amongst Guyana’s Christian and Muslim communities.

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