Letters

Downward slide of the city continues unabated

Dear Editor, The downward slippage at City Hall perpetrated by the President, Minister Whittaker and Ms Sooba triumvirate, continues unabated. In keeping with the law, Chapter 28:01 part iii – 51 and 52 a statutory meeting was fixed for Monday, February 9, 2015, but Ms Sooba locked the doors leading to the council chamber, in an effort to avoid the meeting being held.

No surprise that PPP stalwarts are trying to score political points

Dear Editor, It is no surprise that the likes of Clement Rohee, the People’s Progressive Party General Secretary during his February 17 press conference, and Hydar Ally, PPP political activist in a letter to the Stabroek News on February 18, are attempting to paint the AFC-APNU alliance as a mere coalition of convenience to score political points and power.

The university needs a transformation

Dear Editor, The current strike at the University of Guyana should be examined carefully as it is a reflection of the sentiments shared by Guyanese who are tired of a system riddled with false promises, abuse, banditry, greed, and corruption.

Editorial was unfair to PPP/C

Dear Editor, I read with interest an editorial in the Stabroek News (Monday, February 16) captioned ‘The Cummingsburg Accord.’ I agree with the view advanced in the editorial that coalition politics in Guyana have not fared well.

Elections are wired to race

Dear Editor, Recently I attended a meeting organised by a very credible non-government organisation that has been performing a valuable service come elections time across the length and breadth of this land for over twenty odd years, and with which I have had a long association.

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