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Sunday, December 5, 2021

Letter: Amaila is another APNU/AFC scandal, they continue to fib

Dear Editor, Truth is truth. When you deliberately twist the truth to misrepresent it, it is lying. I use the word FIB in the title...

LETTER: Response to “vulgarian” comment by President Granger

Dear Editor, So the President used an unusual word, “vulgarian”, dating back to the 1640-50s, to describe the PPPC’s protest in the Parliament Chambers during...

Letter: seed paddy sold by GRDB should be labelled properly

  Kindly permit me space in your news outfit  to express my dissatisfaction with the labelling of the seed paddy being sold to farmers by...

Letter: Political and judicial hyperbolic-ism

Dear Editor, The consequences of political and judicial hyperbolic-ism are of significance in Guyana now over seven decades which impacted freedom of independence, thereafter which...

Letter: Basil Williams has again misadvised Granger

Dear Editor, Since May 2015, upon the coming to Office of the Granger administration, they have done a very good job making ordinary people not...

LETTER: Will voters trust third parties again?

Dear Editor, In light of their disappointment with the political behaviour of the Alliance for Change which seems to have been fused with or morphed into...

LETTER: A worthwhile alternative for sugar workers

Dear Editor, Having been a member of the Commission of Inquiry (COI) which made some specific recommendations for the sugar industry over two years ago,...

Letter: December 29, 2017, will be remembered as a day of infamy

Dear Editor, Today (December 29, 2017) will be remembered by sugar workers as one of the saddest days in the long and proud history of...

Letter: ‘Those who remain silent in the face of injustice become collaborators’

Dear Editor, President Trump calls Haiti a 'SHITHOLE" country. Does he know that America's trade with Haiti generates about $US300M annually in surplus for...

Armed bandits invade home of Corentyne businessman: Family jumps from 2nd floor to save...

Forty-one-year-old businessman Rakish Harold, also called Anil, his wife Nadia, 41, and their 21-year-old son Andrew were, in the wee hours of Monday, forced...

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