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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Letter: GAWU’s record on workers advocacy speaks for itself

Dear Editor, Our Union – the Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU) – feels it appropriate to respond to a letter which appeared in...

Letters: How credible is GPL’s Chairman Robert Badal?

“For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.”...

Letter: An attack on people who are simply standing up for their livelihood

Dear Editor, Our Union was very disturbed to read Mr Abel Seetaram’s letter appearing in the May 20, 2017 Guyana Chronicle entitled “GAWU, PPP using...

Letter: Negligence, procrastination seems to be the order of the day

Dear Editor, I don’t know if there is any other country in the world where people’s time is wasted like in Guyana, but if there...

Letter: Disappointed youth

Dear Editor, Let me start by saying I am a 22-year-old female (university graduate) of African descent who voted for APNU/AFC. May 15, 2017 marked...

Letter: Saints Go Arching In

It has become increasingly frustrating and difficult to deny the fruitlessness of the over-politicization of every visible development in our nation. The $20M arch,...

Letter: On what basis was Mr. Nandlall charged?

I write to express grave concerns about the rights of citizens of our country. This morning (May 9, 2017) I attended the Georgetown Magistrates’...

Letter: Govt ‘State Paper’ on Sugar will haunt Guyanese for a long time

Dear Editor, The Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU) has examined the Government’s State Paper on the Future of the Sugar Industry in Guyana...

Letter: Distressing that the elderly have to wait for attention that no public servant...

Dear Editor, I turned up at a Post Office on the East Bank on Monday morning (May 8), at about 07:00h, to encash an NIS...

Letter: Lawlessness has reached epic proportions in this 2-year-old coalition Govt

Dear Editor, News items in the print and electronic media have revealed the following in the latest saga of the Attorney General and that threatening remarks...

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