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Monday, June 25, 2018

Letter: IAC calls on President Granger to address prison issues

Dear Editor, The Indian Action Committee (IAC) is outraged and deeply disturbed at the photographs published in the local media recording dangerous prisoners at the...

Letter to the Editor: The Court cases lost by the AG are due to...

Dear Editor, Minister of State, Mr. Joseph Harmon has now entered the arena in defence of his colleague, Attorney General, Mr. Basil Williams. The Attorney...

Letter: Solo or not! AFC is ‘dead meat’!

Dear Editor, We have seen in the media that on several occasions the Alliance for Change (AFC) is doing intense maneuvering to get APNU to...

Letter: GuySuCo unconscionable to its pensioners

Dear Editor,  GuySuCo’s Public Relations Officer, Ms Audreyanna Thomas in responding to a picketing exercise by the pensioners of the Corporation at the LBI Community...

Letter: Parliamentary Opposition amused at invitation to tour CJIA expansion project site

Dear Editor, The Parliamentary Opposition notes with great amusement the invitation, under the signature of the Clerk of the National Assembly, being directed by Speaker...

Letter: IAC congratulates CIOG’s newly elected President

Dear Editor, The Indian Action Committee (IAC) wishes to extend congratulations to the newly elected President of the Central Islamic Organization of Guyana (CIOG),...

IAC urges non-promotion of alcohol at Indian Arrival commemoration events

Dear Editor, The Indian Action Committee (IAC) wishes to advise the against the promotion and sale of alcohol during upcoming events to commemorate the 180th...

Letter: Sugar is indeed, too big to fail

Dear Editor, Minister of Finance, Winston Jordan during his press conference on (Friday) April 13, 2018 announced that the economy expanded by only 2.1 per...

Letter: Winnie Mandela lived a life of sacrifice for her people

Dear Editor, It was with deep sadness that I learnt of the passing of Ms Winnie Mandela on Monday, April 2, 2018. As is well...

Letter: Moses Nagamootoo has the audacity to talk about corruption

Dear Editor, Moses Nagamootoo’s column published by the state-owned, Guyana Chronicle, aptly named ‘My Turn’ continues to reflect his narcissistic tendencies. “NEW POLITICS – IDEAS...

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