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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Letter: In Guyana the FIU has now become a political weapon

Dear Editor, When in Opposition this Government knew all the right answers for every aspect of good governance. According to them, they knew that the...

Letter: When will Security Minister Ramjattan finally accept responsibility and resign?

Dear Editor, As a member of the Parliamentary Oversight Committee for the Security Sector, I have been taking special interest in the performance (or lack...

LETTER: IAC calls for swift and thorough investigation into robbery at L. Seepersaud Maraj...

Dear Editor, IAC expresses support to L. Seepersaud Maraj Sons and calls for swift and thorough investigative action The Indian Action Committee (IAC) is appalled...

Poll: Guyanese will not be surprised if CCJ Rules against Jagdeo

Dear Editor, Respondents in the ongoing North American Caribbean Teachers Association (NACTA) opinion tracking poll being conducted in Guyana say they will not be surprised...

Poll: CCJ Appeal is to prevent Jagdeo from presidency

-  voters question CCJ's impartiality and fairness Dear Editor, Voters feel that the Guyana Government’s appeal (led by the People’s National Congress (PNC)) at the Caribbean...

LETTER: Vishnu Persaud victimized for being a professional

Dear Editor, It is not surprising that Vishnu Persaud is now collateral damage of the APNU managed GECOM resulting in him being side-lined for a...

Letter: State sponsored Human trafficking in Guyana?

Dear Editor, Guyana, and, in particular successive People's Progressive Party / Civic (PPP/C) Administrations, has always had a friendly, open and liberal immigration policy. With...

Letter: Indian Immigration Monument remains incomplete as 2 major milestones passed

Dear Editor, The Indian Action Committee (IAC) having made numerous enquiries through meetings and correspondences with the Government of Guyana (GOG) regarding the installation of...

Letter: ‘Practice continues of excluding some ethnicities from the GECOM secretariat’

Dear Editor, It has been brought to my attention from several sources that the People's National Congress (PNC) Commissioners at the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM)...

Letter: The Ministry of Public Security needs to treat staff better

Dear Editor, Considering the tragic circumstances currently affecting Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) workers, you would expect prudent and progressive minded leaders of other agencies...

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