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Monday, March 25, 2019

LETTER: Judicial Review

Dear Editor, Judicial Review is that area of the law which allows for a citizen who is aggrieved by the act or omission of any...

LETTER: Bulkan needs to educate himself on Guysuco’s financial history

Dear Editor, I wish to respond to a letter by Mr. Ronald Bulkan, Minister of Communities, in which he accused me of making baseless statements...

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: Judge Chang made a wise ruling mandating a referendum on Constitutional changes

Dear Editor, This has reference to a recent news item on the Privy Council Brexit ruling by the UK Supreme Court.  In the UK, there...

Letter: Until Parker is removed, Communities Ministry will be deemed complicit in tyranny

Dear Editor, The Guyana Empowered Peoples Action Network (GEPAN) is concerned that Carl Parker is still allowed to fully assume office as Regional Executive Officer...

LETTER: GRANGER – Rewrites Grading System

I am flabbergasted that  the President  give himself and the government a Grade A and at the same time his Minister of Finance, defends...

Letter: Our democracy is under siege

Dear Editor, I was alerted to an article in the state owned Chronicle Newspaper captioned "Second Term" where the President of Guyana was quoted as...

LETTER: AFC has been caught with its political skirt down

Dear Editor, The AFC has been caught with its political skirt down and its slip is showing; and it is soiled. For two years they...

LETTER: Basil Williams is shameless, according to former President

Dear Editor, I have noticed the response of the Attorney General, Mr. Basil Williams in the Chronicle newspaper, to the piece I wrote in relation...

Letter: A 14% tax on education is surely not the path to take

The only hope for Guyana moving forward is an educated, motivated pool of youth who see Guyana as theirs.  This new tax does nothing...

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