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Georgetown, Guyana
Friday, August 23, 2019

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...

Letter: M&CC’s responses to its electorate are unacceptable

Dear Editor, Mayor Chase-Green's most recent letter to the media is the last in a series of attempts to trivialize the genuine concerns of the...

Letter: Govt suicide prevention operating at the level of rhetoric

Dear Editor, While The Caribbean Voice awaits suicide figures for 2017 we must point out that even though such figures may well indicate a decline...

Letter: If PPP’s salary increases were “unconscionable” then the PM should have refused an...

Dear Editor, “He that bringeth his case first seemeth just until it is carefully examined”, proverbs 18:17. The above proverb is applicable to the press...

Letter: Insinuations that CJRC lease was obtained illegally are appalling

Dear Editor, The Cheddi Jagan Research Centre (CJRC) is appalled, indeed disgusted, by utterances made by leading functionaries of the APNU-AFC administration which insinuated that...

Letter: Constitutional and Rights Commissions must not be subject to direction or control

Dear Editor, From the inception of the APNU+AFC government, rule of law and good governance in Guyana have been under threat. Every day the actions...

Letter: Leaders have to remember they are there to serve the people

Dear Editor, Please permit me the space to express some vexing views that may upset some but it has to be said.  This is regarding...

Letter: They are either Ministers or students

Dear Editor, President David Granger is reported on in the State Media as saying “there is nothing corrupt about the granting of scholarships to ministers...

Letter: ‘Crab in a barrel mentality’ now applicable to AFC

Dear Editor, I find it very disheartening that Mr Khemraj Ramjattan, Leader of the Alliance for Change, who has condemned a third term for Opposition...

LETTER: Parliamentarian frustrated with GTT’s DSL service

  Dear Editor, We wish to bring to the attention of the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) and ask that urgent action be taken as it relates...

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President Granger attends viewing of late Presidential Guard

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