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Monday, February 17, 2020

PSC says Lowenfield failed to address major concerns raised

The Private Sector Commission in a letter to Chief Executive Officer of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) stated that he has failed to address...

LETTER: Stop making excuses and call a date for elections

Dear Editor, The most recent and shocking phrase that was introduced by the PNC, “There must be free, fair and credible elections”, and sung by...

Letter: Tillerson is gone, what does it mean for Guyana?

Dear Editor, After eight years of being criticized by the Obama administration, the oil and gas industry enjoyed a remarkable renaissance in Washington upon the...

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: Gaskin exposes himself, hangs AFC out on a limb

Dear Editor, I have read with interest the comments made by President David Granger’s son-in-law, Minister Dominic Gaskin, in attempting to justify, and poorly so,...

Letter: The Guyana Amazon Warriors have contributed so much to our national development

Dear Editor, After being at Providence , I wish to point out the seminal contribution the Guyana Amazon Warriors are making to our national development. First...

Letter: Disappointed youth

Dear Editor, Let me start by saying I am a 22-year-old female (university graduate) of African descent who voted for APNU/AFC. May 15, 2017 marked...

Letter: Govt using CoI’s to mask its inability to do the job

Dear Editor, Karl Deutsch observed many years ago that political science was myopic in its development of theories and knowledge about power. He complained that...

Letter: Abusers must face stiffer penalties

Dear Editor, In a recent ruling, the New Amsterdam Magistrate’s Court levied a fine of $200,000 with an alternative of one year in jail to Troyden Evans called...

LETTER: Too many people will be left out of the registration process

Dear Editor, I am already registered and voted at the last elections. As part of that registration, I was issued a National ID Card. GECOM staff...

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