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Wednesday, July 24, 2019

LETTER: Thorough probe needed into death in Police lock-ups

Dear Editor, I am extremely disturbed at the increasing amount of our citizens who are dying or suffering serious and debilitating injuries while in Police...

LETTER: Why is the PNC trying to go back to the 1985 system?

Dear Editor, To properly understand the gravity of David Granger’s uninterrupted juvenile frolic pertaining to the appointment of the Chairman of GECOM, one must walk...

LETTER: Guyana’s patrimony belongs to ALL Guyanese

Dear Editor, The revelations by Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo — about the allocation of land to certain Government functionaries — are startling, and the responses...

LETTER: One option could be allowing the UN to manage the elections

Dear Editor, It does not appear that the two sides, President Granger and Opposition Leader Jagdeo, APNU/AFC and PPP, will reach an agreement (consensus) on...

LETTER: Contrary to what Ministers feel and say, the CCJ is Guyana’s final court

Dear Editor, Two Government Ministers were reported to have said that Guyana is a sovereign country (whatever that means) so the CCJ cannot instruct Guyana...

LETTER: Delaying tactics to stall the elections

Dear Editor, When the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) gave its ruling, there should have been strict adherence to the dictates of the law which...

LETTER: Strict timelines should be imposed on replacing Patterson, setting elections date

Dear Editor, The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has finally rendered its long-awaited ruling on the two critical constitutional matters pertaining to Guyana and these...

LETTER: Is Dr Hinds advocating for a public service that is totally populated by...

Dear Editor, As I reflect on David Hinds’ letter to the press dated June 11, 2019, captioned “There is a difference between whistle-blowers and political...

LETTER: The Guyanese diaspora is important to national development and sustainability

Dear Editor, The Guyana Diaspora is Guyana’s second state. The population of the diaspora is almost as large as the entire population of our homeland....

UG Vice Chancellor withdraws request for renewal of contract

University of Guyana Vice Chancellor, Professor Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith on Friday withdrew his request for the renewal of his contract. This decision came amid...

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