Letters

SN did not condemn abuse of Swami

Dear Editor, Stabroek News carried several news reports, three editorials and countless letters on the Sherlina Nageer-Bheri Ramsaran matter in which the latter (PPP/C Health Minister) verbally abused the former (opposition-affiliated activist) two weeks before the elections.

The first priority is constitutional reform

Dear Editor, The election is over and the nation has spoken. The May 11 election certainly was one with a difference, distinguishable by the clear choice between continuation of a status quo of unbridled, unapologetic corruption and incompetence, and a government that just didn’t care, versus a chance at change and unity.

Kwakwani pensioners grateful to NIS

Dear Editor, The NIS pensioners in Kwakwani are indeed grateful for the quality of service given to the community. Readers of the letter columns of the newspapers rarely read letters of commendation for services offered by the scheme.

Separating Church and State

Dear Editor, Recent pledges by the President that he will not impose his religion on anyone and that he will be guided by events in other countries is quite a welcome remark in view of the history not only of Guyana but of Western civilization.

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