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Georgetown, Guyana
Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Letter: UG 35% tuition fee hike promulgating capitalism over critical thinking

Dear Editor, The plan to raise tuition fees at the University of Guyana by a whopping 35% is a part of the shameful project to...

Letter: Unfair competition still persists

Dear Editor, Driving along Church Street or North Road, Georgetown, one cannot help but notice on the Merriman Mall between Cummings and Light Streets, a...

Letter: An evil act of major proportions

Dear Editor, Without notice, without being provided a reason, without any viable justification, mere hours after fulfilling one of her administrative functions, just the night...

LETTER: Anarchy rules

Do as I say; or else… Dear Editor, The shadow of the former PNC regime looms over Guyana’s judiciary, as it does over the entire country. Only...

Letter: Why is Basil Williams still on the job!

In the history of Guyana's politics many morbid stories have been told of The PNC's actions in and out of power much to the horror...

LETTER: Central Govt should not intervene in local govt affairs

Dear Editor, With reference to your several news items on the cabinet and Minister Bulkan suspending the parking meter by laws and the clamping of...

LETTER: Justification for G$606M ‘emergency’ medical contract is obscene and insulting

Dear Editor, Even Cabinet members find Minister Volda Lawrence’s explanation for sole-sourcing the G$606M no-tender emergency purchase of medicines from ANSA McAL incredulous. She is...

Letter: Deliberately fooling the Guyanese people

Dear Editor, In the printed media of March 16, 2017, it was reported that representatives of the Chinese company Hong Kong Golden Telecom Limited (HDGT)...

Letter: Was this a case of hand wash hand?

Dear Editor, The Public Health Minister made much about the donation to the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation of refrigerators to store the emergency supplies at...

Letter: Public Health Minister is looking for scapegoats

Dear Editor, It is clear to everyone that this Government has officially conducted more questionable purchases of Drugs than they had accused the PPP of....

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