These social cohesion envoys must include PPP grassroots people

Dear Editor, I learn that there are significant steps afoot regarding social cohesion.  There is to be some seven hundred individuals identified and trained to fan across communities to address this vital realm, and to initiate a different kind of thinking, a new view and appreciation for what has been lost, and what could be possible. 

Gov’t has to play the most important role in Oil and Gas Sector

Dear Editor, In the month of September, 2016 I read in the dailies of Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago that the Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago Governments were planning to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) as it relates to the Trinidad and Tobago Government providing technical assistance, support and co-operation to help with the development of Guyana’s Oil and Gas sector.

The Attorney General’s quote

Dear Editor, I refer to a quote from Stabroek News’ article of October 15, titled ‘AG says Government can scrap orders to acquire Carmichael Street land’ Whatever the rights and wrongs of the argumentation surrounding this matter, there could hardly be a more comprehensive embarrassment emerging from the dialogue than the following alleged quote (albeit itemised): ‘I don’t know anything about running a Ministry’.

Saddened by developments at Tagore Memorial

Dear Editor, The Tagore Memorial Secondary School is an educational institution of distinction and dynamism. It was just one of the organizations that I attended but it was a school which had a tremendous influence on my growth and development even at such a tender age.

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