Change is about leverage

So it Go

In recent weeks, probably propelled by fading hopes for “a new day” with our new Parliament, we have seen some stirring letters to the press citing Guyana’s diverse difficulties and calling for the citizenry to become more socially active. In a very prominent letter, eloquently declaring his distress, Joe Singh laid out the scenario effectively noting, among other things, the “fissures within the fabric of our society along the fault lines of politics and ethnicity” that continue to bedevil us.  Joe’s description of our situation as “becoming unacceptably claustrophobic and debilitating” must have resonated with many people in this country.

Columnist Ravi Dev has expressed similar concerns, proposing a federal solution. We saw Hubert Roberts suggesting the revival of the Guyanese Action for Reform and Democracy (GUARD), and another writer brought up the possibility of a Truth  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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