Letters

Steps should be taken to appoint appeal court judges

Dear Editor, Now that acting Chancellor Carl Singh has gone into retirement and Roxanne George-Wiltshire has been appointed Chief Justice acting it is expected that steps will be taken to appoint two judges to the Court of Appeal; the delay in appointments has been preventing the hearing of dozens of appeals.

Discount or loss leader?

Dear Editor, From a business point of view, the steep reduction of the parking meter fees by Smart City Solutions (SCS) can fall into either of two categories, namely a discount or a loss leader. 

Past Guyanese women set the bar high

Dear Editor, As we observe the United Nations International Women’s Day, 2017 (March 8), under the theme ‘Be Bold for Change’, it is fitting to pay homage, as a young woman myself, to the women before me who have paved the way for this nation which is not afraid to promote women, the Guyana I have come known and love.

Response to Ram

Dear Editor, I crave your indulgence to respond to some remarks directed to me by Mr Christopher Ram in a letter published in SN on March 3, captioned, ‘Phillips misrepresented the contents of the SARA bill’.

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