It is time to bring law and order back to Guyana

Dear Editor, The television newscasts of June 30th, 2015 included an item on a protest and picketing exercise outside the Ministry of Public Security, involving several minibus operators who felt they were being unfairly targeted by the police, some with sheaves of “summonses”, with at least one operator receiving over thirty in a single day.

We should not adhere to rigidity for the sake of it

Dear Editor, Much is being said in the news about the apparent breaches to the APNU-AFC Cummingsburg Accord. The critics are quick to point out that the Accord should be implemented as originally written, with no room for amendments along the way, and if the latter scenario were to occur, it would represent a betrayal of the original compact made with the citizens who voted for the coalition.

Justice system

Dear Editor, The justice system is the mechanism that upholds the rule of law. Our courts provide a forum to resolve disputes and to test and enforce laws in a fair and rational manner.


In a letter in the June 30, 2015 edition of Stabroek News headlined `Flooding in the Mahaicony area is due to the siltation of the Abary River’ by Malcolm Alli, the loan figure for the Abary project was incorrectly printed by SN as US$20M.