On a per capita basis Lindeners received more help from the PPP/C gov’t than most other communities

Dear Editor,   The PPP/C did provide significant support for the people of Linden during our 1992-2015 tenure in Government. When the PPP/C was elected to Office in October 1992, the Government met a situation of high structural unemployment in Linden occasioned primarily by reduced demand for Guyana’s bauxite on the World Market  and the resultant depressed price for the bauxite most of which was produced in Linden.

An encounter with Michael Parris

Dear Editor, On Friday, October 14, 2016 I happened to be conducting some business at the Bourda Market and the vendor said to me that she would signal a taxi driver she usually uses to ferry me and the bulk of load.

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