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Monday, May 20, 2019

Letter: Too little too late

Dear Editor, In the aftermath of December 21st, government ministers have suddenly grown a conscience and empathy for sections of the population. All of a sudden,...

Letter: If GECOM cannot cope then the staff should be replaced

Dear Editor, I want to throw this out there - does it make sense that on one hand the constitution, which is the supreme law...

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: An appeal to all patriotic Government Ministers… Put Guyana First!

  Even with a small population as ours, the chance of one becoming a Member of Parliament is either slim or none. But if you’re...

Letter: More questions than answers exist

Dear Editor, ‘There is nothing done in the dark that will not come to light’. So it was in the case of the now infamous...

Letter: Tried, tested and found most wanting

Dear Editor, “It is the same measure that you use to judge others with which you will be judged”. This missive is primarily focused to address...

Letter: Willing to violate the constitution to stay in power

Dear Editor, The job of an Attorney General the world over, is to uphold the law and the constitution. On December 31st, Attorney General Basil Williams...

LETTER: Persons should not be given jobs based on political affiliation, but on merit

There is a dangerous phenomenon raising its ugly head once again… the reemergence of the kind of behavior by some members of the PNC...

LETTER: Something amiss regarding the licensing of health facilities in Guyana

Dear Editor: How many health care facilities in Guyana are presently licensed? To my amazement, I discovered that only two healthcare facilities in Guyana operate...

Letters: A case of too little too late

Dear Editor, An announcement on Friday November 2nd , 2018 by the Regional Executive Officer (ag) , and former RDC chairman, Mr. Knights, of RDC...

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