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Thursday, September 19, 2019

LETTER: ‘APNU/AFC Govt brought National Assembly into disrepute’

Dear Editor, An NCN “Government responds to the US Embassy” report on the evening of April 29, 2019 presented the General Secretary of the People’s...

LETTER: The APNU/AFC circus continues

Dear Editor: Both Ministers in the Ministry of Public Health ventured away from their air-conditioned, plush  offices on Brickdam and traveled to Region 6 last...

LETTER: The majority of a vote by “all elected members” is, by definition, an...

Dear Editor, I do not understand why even distinguished lawyers are having protracted arguments about the fact that our Constitution does not use the word...

LETTER: The current use of State resources is beyond brazen

Dear Editor, The old adage ‘actions speak louder than words’ has taken on a new level of prominence and significance in the context of the...

LETTER: The APNU/AFC’s selective acceptance of Appellate Court’s ruling is no surprise

Dear Editor, The masses in Guyana and abroad are still shocked beyond belief by the Appellate Court’s split decision to nullify the Chief Justice (ag)...

LETTER: The insertion of the word ‘absolute’ has now created a new piece of...

Dear Editor: The rules or guidelines for statutory interpretation are intended to ensure that ambiguities are avoided in order to give effect to a statute...

LETTER: 6 days away from constitutional deadline and still no date for elections

Dear Editor: I respond to this view that is emanating from the President and those on his bandwagon that he remains president until the next...

LETTER: Similar support should have been offered to sugar workers

Dear Editor, I have been following closely the developments regarding the RUSAL workers who, I believe, are rightly standing up for what they deserve. The...

LETTER: President Granger should allow good sense to prevail and call date for elections

Dear Editor, It must be noted that based on the timeframe specified by GECOM for nominations day for any election, Guyana can be considered to...

DNA testing this year – Ramjattan

...equipment yet to be delivered by Italian firm  Despite repeated assurances from the government, Guyana is still unable to conduct its own Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA)...

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