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Monday, June 27, 2022

Letter: Volatile situation in schools requires appropriate pre-emptive interventions

Dear Editor, When the situation in any school reaches the point where teachers have to abandon classes in protest, there is dire need for intervention...

Letter: Electoral integrity must be the root of our democracy

Dear Editor, Foremost, it must be acknowledged that there is much work to be done to improve and strengthen Guyana’s democratic framework. This is given...

Letter: The substantive non-appointment of justices to their posts is the PNC’s fault

Dear Editor, As carried in the local media, there is a claim by Mr Aubrey Norton that he was bullied into a handshake by the...

Letter: Norton misunderstands Constitution on judicial appointments

The APNU/AFC proudly displayed on its Facebook page, a letter under the hand of Senior Counsel Roysdale Forde, who wrote on behalf of Opposition...

Letter: The misinformation on oil and gas must stop

Dear Editor, Journalism must be factual and have evidence to support its contentions. It should be as balanced and truthful as possible, especially when reporting...

Letter: Duplicity and delaying tactics are signature statements of the PNC

Dear Editor, There is the saying that goes like this: There is nothing new under the sun. And this saying rings true when you view...

Letter: Guyanese still being treated poorly in Trinidad

Dear Editor, On the heels of Guyana signing several agreements with the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Guyanese are still being harassed and treated...

Letter: Burnham needs to be remembered

Dear Editor, Someone wrote that Burnham and his legacy need to be thrown into a bin and be forgotten forever, however, I am of a...

Eyewitness: Moving…flag-raising

Your Eyewitness was intrigued by the change in the locale for the flag-raising ceremony this year. He figured, why not? Year after year they’ve...

Letter: GECOM must be proactive and decisive to win the confidence of Guyanese

Dear Editor, The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), as the Administrator of Elections Legislation, must ensure the organization’s obligatory compliance with binding requirements on the institution...

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