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Thursday, September 19, 2019

Letter: NY Guyanese edgy on Trump’s immigration round up

Dear Editor, As a result of ongoing round-ups of out of status immigrants in New York and across the country, Guyanese and other Caribbean undocumented...

Letter: “Agreement” of Opposition Leader needed for appointment of Chancellor, CJ

Dear Editor, “The Chancellor and the Chief Justice shall each be appointed by the President acting after obtaining the agreement of the Leader of the...

Letter: Uncertainty about BV / Triumph road reconstruction should be addressed

Dear Editor , In the BV/Triumph area, Surat Drive Road running southward from the East Coast Public road  is being reconstructed as it is...

Letter: Ramjattan and his colleagues writing a sad chapter of our history

Dear Editor, Vice President, Minister of Public Security and AFC Chairman, Khemraj Ramjattan is quoted on the December 08, 2017, as saying during his contribution...

Letter: GAWU urges Govt Information Director to be better acquainted with sugar industry

Dear Editor, The Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU) wishes to refer to an article appearing in the April 26, 2017 Guyana Chronicle titled...

Letter: Deliberately fooling the Guyanese people

Dear Editor, In the printed media of March 16, 2017, it was reported that representatives of the Chinese company Hong Kong Golden Telecom Limited (HDGT)...

Letter: Budget 2018 fails to address fundamental issues of wealth generation, expansion

Dear Editor, Budget 2018, like other budgets presented by the APNU/AFC Government, lacks economic perspicacity and wit. The main findings are: * Low economic growth: Had...

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: Mabaruma residents complain of blackouts, lack of water and bad roads

Dear Editor, Mabaruma in Region One (Barima-Waini) is a new town and we, the people, were looking for improvement, but things have gone from bad...

Letter: Is the new Demerara Bridge another scandal in the making?

Dear Editor, The Guyanese people, I am sure are ripe with some excitement and welcomes the news of a new Demerara Harbour Bridge. This excitement,...

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