Dear Editor,Guyana and Singapore started at fairly similar points of economic development in the early sixties .
Dear Editor,I hereby draw your attention to the article on page 10, ‘Cops seek further DPP advice in station burning case,’ which was published in Stabroek News on Tuesday, August 19, 2014 .
Dear Editor,It has been announced that Mr Shaik Baksh, formerly Chief Executive Officer of Guyana Water Inc (GWI), has been appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo), Guyana’s largest industry, based on the number of its employees .
Dear Editor,In joining the debate on what Dr Roger Luncheon has described as Ms Priya Manickchand’s “feral blast” of former US Ambassador to Guyana Brent Hardt, former Judge of the Caribbean Court of Justice Professor Duke Pollard in a compendious formulation, drew attention to the relevance of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations to the debate on the appropriateness of a diplomat commenting on political matters in his host country (‘Hardt spat should be examined with reference to the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations,’ Stabroek News, July 7) .
Dear Editor,It is quite clear that the PPP/C administration has absolutely no regard for fairness and is all bent in providing jobs for their boys .
Dear Editor,The green ranger continues to show his colours, which evoke a state of confusion in those who see and listen attentively to pronouncements hardly founded in organisational rationality .
Dear Editor,Permit me to congratulate APNU parliamentarian and Shadow Minister of Public Works and Communication, Joseph Harmon, for his relentless pursuit of fairness and justice on behalf of all Guyanese .
Dear Editor,I am sitting here thinking: What more can be said of certain things in Guyana that has not already been said? Still, I must try .
Dear Editor,One month has now passed since our friends and colleagues Jason John and Carlyle Sinclair were brutally murdered on the streets of Georgetown .
Dear Editor,Philip Bynoe’s conduct at the recent press conference held at the Guyana Forestry Commission deserves public condemnation .
Dear Editor,I refer to your article in today’s SN (Aug 18) – ‘Finance Minister under fire over timber stats’ and wish to offer a few comments .
Dear Editor,In reaction to the submissions of Senior Counsel B T I Pollard appearing in SN on August 14, I am constrained to indicate as follows: a) the utterances attributed to the Minister of Education in relation to former Ambassador Brent Hardt were not the subject of commendation by me, either expressly or by ineluctable inference; b) no citation was made by me of the United Nations Declaration on the Inadmissibility of Intervention in the Domestic Affairs of States .
Dear Editor,I make reference to my letter dated July 7, 2014, published on July 8 with respect to the deplorable state of the roads in Area Q, Turkeyen (‘Is there a plan for Area Q Turkeyen Road?’) .
Dear Editor,The article ‘Break the taboo against abortion now!’ in the SN of August 15, 2014 rightly calls for safe and affordable abortion services in Guyana .
Dear Editor,Any public debate between the Chairman of the Guyana Forestry Commission Mr James Singh and APNU MP Joe Harmon is most inappropriate .
Dear Editor,It took three hundred and fifty years from slavery to the status of the colonial subject to raise Europe to its robust maturity .
Dear Editor,We live in a culture of remittances .
Dear Editor,Noted is Freddie Kissoon’s resolution to lay aside the dialogue we have been having about the CIOG, Bisram etc .
Dear Editor,After all these years of so called independence Guyana has not broken out of the colonial syndrome of foreign reliance in almost every economic endeavor, and thus the picture presented to the outside world is that this is a country which endorses the ideology of being a primary products producer .
Dear Editor,To paraphrase Jose Marti, “In the world there must be a certain amount of decorum as there must be a certain amount of light .
Dear Editor,The Attorney General, Mr Nandlall’s, threat to mount a court challenge against the Speaker’s decision to send the censure motion against the Minister of Finance to the Privileges Committee, comes as no surprise .
Dear Editor,Kindly allow me some space in your newspaper for this letter .
Dear Editor,Your article ‘When it rains, it pours for city businesses’ (SN, Aug .
Dear Editor,How could I have been so blind, so inexcusably daft? I have to eat my previously challenging words .
Dear Editor,My previous letters on the government’s management of the affairs of Guyana have been less than flattering .
Dear Editor,During the last week, the Guyana Forestry Commission (GFC) in two full-page paid advertisements in Kaieteur News on (August 13; August 15) has defended the massive over-cutting by and for the Chinese transnational logger Bai Shan Lin .
Dear Editor,The gathering storm over the management of Guyana’s forestry and related concessions raises a number of troubling questions especially as this government approaches the end of its term in office .
Dear Editor,Guyana has the most beautiful and durable species of wood in the world .
Dear Editor,The University of Guyana (UG) is a state-owned institution .
Dear Editor,Firstly let me acknowledge that the Limacol CPL T20 Tournament seems to be a rip-roaring success .
Dear Editor,Research shows that poor sanitation accounts for 54% of international variation in child height or stunting .
Dear Editor,There has been much talk but little action when it comes to a solution to the problem of pride and managing the litter and garbage problems in the city .
Dear Editor,On July 1, 2014 I wrote a letter to Mr Eric Phillips in which I made the following points:1 .
Dear Editor,The recent grim news of unacceptably high failure rate at the CSEC examinations come as no surprise .
Dear Editor, In the public polemics on the Walter Rodney Commission of Inquiry, the question of the timing is often raised .
Dear Editor, In Guyana, we see a growth in commercial buildings and they are being built using lighter materials .
Dear Editor, In the 2013 and 2014 national budgets the Minister of Finance made provision for a subsidy of twenty thousand dollars for 2013 and thirty thousand dollars for 2014 for old age pensioners’ electricity .