Several Guyanese judges serving in the Caribbean

Dear Editor, I totally agree with the comment made by learned friend, Jonas MF Coddett when he stated in a letter to the Stabroek News on Saturday July 4, “if the positions are not advertised then prominent lawyers overseas would not know of the vacancies to be filled.” I know as a fact that there are many Guyanese who are attached to the judiciaries in Belize, The Bahamas and the Eastern Caribbean who are experienced and qualified to hold the offices of Chancellor and Chief Justice.

If vacancies for Chancellor, Chief Justice are not advertised, we might deny overseas Guyanese the opportunity to come back and serve

Dear Editor, I refer to a letter written by former Attorney General Mr Anil Nandlall in respect of President Granger’s insistence that the positions for Chancellor and Chief Justice be advertised before a decision on the respective appointments are taken (‘Why are we recruiting judges from outside Guyana.’ SN, June 29).

Ramotar lacked persistence in solving problems

Dear Editor, Former President Ramotar cannot be seen, heard or noticed in the press since the recent elections, and now we are coming to the general understanding that he is not to be the leader of the opposition; the PPP has dumped him in favour of Mr Jagdeo, and it is now that we, the citizens of Guyana, can see that all along, Mr Ramotar was just a political puppet.

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