Freeing the Guyana Chronicle

Ways of Looking & Feeling

Government ends 2012 with its draconian abuse of the Guyana Chronicle, our State newspaper, showing no sign of relief.

2012 marks another year gone by with this society suffering from the backwardness of its Government stifling the ideas of citizens.

In refusing to budge on opening up the State media to citizens, who voted in democratic elections, the Government maintains a State diktat over the ideas that contribute to our development process.

The free and independent media is a vital organ, a crucial artery that pumps the lifeblood of the democratic process through the body politic.  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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