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Sunday, December 5, 2021

Letter: Incorrect, misleading to say that ANSA McAL won $605M tender

Dear Editor, I write to correct a statement made in the Monday (November 20, 2017) edition of the Kaieteur News, in an article headlined ‘Sole...

LETTER: APNU/AFC’s plan is to raise as many ‘discrepancies’ to create confusion and discredit...

Dear Editor: The absurdity of the recount order is even more pronounced. It is obvious that a semi-audit is in process, in conjunction with a...

Letter: There must be more trust between Govt and Opposition

Dear Editor, Guyana is one of the few countries in the western hemisphere that are not affected by national disasters like volcanoes, earthquakes or hurricanes,...

LETTER: Leaders should focus on creating a modern elections commission

Dear Editor, An impending visit to Guyana by a major delegation from the Trinidad Energy Chamber prompted an article in the Trinidad Guardian (June 9,...

No overwhelming adverse effects worldwide for any COVID-19 vaccines used in Guyana – Medical...

Dear Editor, The COVID 19 Pandemic continues to devastate the world, both Healthwise and Economically. While we continue to recommend that persons follow the established...

Letter: GuySuCo and Ms Thomas may have redefined the word ‘closed’

Dear Editor, We refer to a letter of the Guyana Sugar Corporation Inc (GuySuCo) which appeared in April 13, 2017 Stabroek News under the hand...

LETTER: Ramjattan is battling for relevance within Coalition Administration

Dear Editor, I am very much unsurprised at the recent desperate tirades by Minister of Public Security, Khemraj Ramjattan, as he made another futile attempt...

Letter: Good to know that sanity, stability can return to GECOM

Dear Editor, Recently, the APNU/AFC coalition summoned a meeting with GECOM Chairwoman with which she refused and in quick succession, she issued a follow-up statement...

Letter: Ulterior motive of Guyana’s Opposition

Dear Editor, First it was because of care and concern for the environment, and by extension the people of this country, that we must shut...

Letter: Christian only prayer at MoE programme

Dear Editor, On October 14, Guyana hosted CXC in the declaration of the 2021 CAPE and CSEC results – broad outlines of which were presented....

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