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Monday, August 21, 2017

LETTER: PSC directive should be withdrawn

Dear Editor, In a previous letter, I emphasised that the coming constitutional reform process would yield nothing but wasted time and money, unless we cultivate...

LETTER: GPL’s performance is unacceptable

Dear Editor, The treatment meted out recently by the Guyana Power and Light (GPL) to the residents of Ocean View, Uitvlugt has been reprehensible. For more...

LETTER: Not satisfied with Diaspora Engagement Conference

The Editor, The Guyana’s Diaspora Engagement Conference was held from 23 – 26th July 2017. It was held at The Ramada Georgetown Princess Hotel and was...

LETTER: Appoint the GECOM Chairman and bring the Local Government Commission now

Dear Editor, Another constitutional crisis looms as the approaches to achieving Local Government ideals purposed by the Supreme Law of our Land, become further divorced...

LETTER: No effective campaign to root out police corruption in Guyana

Dear Editor, Police ‘shakedowns’ (demand for a bribe for an alleged moving violation) of motorists are very common on the coast of Guyana. I experienced...

LETTER: Closing sugar for oil is a huge mistake

Dear Editor, Just on eve of the APNU taking power here in Guyana, oil was found in commercial quantities. It is one of the largest...

Letter: Questions a COI cannot adequately deal with

Dear Editor, Many of us are of the opinion that The Commission of Inquiry (COI) into the alleged assassination plot to kill The President is fast...

LETTER: Govt must accept responsibility for prison breakouts

Dear Editor, Should not the coalition Government be held accountable for the spate of prison breaks and riots? And where are the objective critics on...

LETTER: Personal Perceptions vs Judicial Pronouncements

Dear Editor, President David Granger’s scathing remarks in reference to Chief Justice Roxanne George’s Ruling in the case filed by Marcel Gaskin was steam-rolled to...

LETTER: Sugar industry ‘stewardship’ very questionable

Dear Editor The Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU) once again must express its concern over the direction and operation of the Guyana Sugar...

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LETTER: Establishment of the NTC under previous administration ushered in a new era

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