We harbour leaders of conscience

Though we despair at the sorry state of our nation in these early years of the 21st century, we see quite a few voices of conscience striving to make a difference in this society. This is good news.

Ralph Ramkarran in his daring move to pronounce, again, on Government corruption created quite a stir, including an editorial comment in this newspaper. Ramkarran’s view must have significant support within the ruling People’s Progressive Party, as his critique was published in the Party organ, the Mirror newspaper.

Before him, Moses Nagamootoo came out in force against the Party’s failings. And then there’s the famous case of …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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