Today’s column concludes discussion on the institutional aspects of Guyana’s preparations for its coming petroleum industry. The discussion focuses on the proposed regulatory commission, as expressed in the government’s Draft Petroleum Commission of Guyana Bill (PCB), presently in circulation among stakeholders.
By what values should we strive to live in order to achieve a community in which differences are accommodated, a community where there is diversity of discourse but a recognition of the common good regardless of politics, religion, race and personal beliefs?
The campaign against the unilateral and undemocratic imposition of parking meters in Georgetown is at last bearing fruit. The government has been persuaded to intervene and had asked the city council to suspend the operation of the contract until a renegotiation of its terms can be effected.
Most of my bulb plants from last year began popping up since mid-February in a kaleidoscope of colours.
Amaryllis, Crocus, Gladiolus, Caladiums and Oxalis are blooming in colours of Yellow, Red, White, Pink, Orange, Burgundy and Fuchsia.