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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

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: IAC urges Govt not to rebuild Camp Street Prison

Dear Editor, The Indian Action Committee (IAC) is shocked and horrified at the deliberate destruction of the Camp Street Jail which was destroyed by fire...

LETTER: The implications of the list rejection are grave

Dear Editor, In rejecting the second list of nominees for the position of the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission, President David Granger appears unmindful...

Letter: The masses have now come face to face with the real corruptors!

Dear Editor, When the PPP/C took office in 1992 they could have prosecuted many PNC ministers for the massive fraud, embezzlement and numerous acts of...

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: Totally misunderstood and incompetently handled

Dear Editor, Our ancestors' many moons ago voyaged across the Atlantic on likes of the Elisabeth, Louisa Baillie, Whitby, Hesperus, Glentanner, among other vessels. With...

LETTER: Judge Chang made a wise ruling mandating a referendum on Constitutional changes

Dear Editor, This has reference to a recent news item on the Privy Council Brexit ruling by the UK Supreme Court.  In the UK, there...

Letter: Our people are intelligent enough to see past these untruths

Dear Editor, The letter published by the Guyana Chronicle, headlined ‘Jagdeo standing on shaky ground’, penned by one, Earl Hamilton, demands a response, if only...

Letter: Public Security Minister, Prisons Director should resign

Dear Editor, Were the authorities aware of the goings-on in the prisons in Guyana over the last 15 months? Please allow me to list chronologically a...

LETTER: The GPF will only be strong if the system is allowed to function

Dear Editor, In law enforcement, your only real power comes from the strength of the system.  The Guyana Police Force will only be strong if...

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