Difficult to envisage how AG could now be conferred with silk

Dear Editor, I write in relation to the story in the edition of the Kaieteur News dated 1st November, 2014, captioned ‘Legal fraternity calls for immediate sacking of Nandlall.’ The newspaper reports that the Guyana Bar Association and the Guyana Women Lawyers Association have issued a public statement deploring the recent conduct of the Attorney General, and, in particular, the making of certain statements by him to a journalist with the Kaieteur News.

Delightful change on ‘Breakfast Show’

Dear Editor, On October 20, Ron Robinson and Marcia Parker co-hosting and filling in for Kean McRae was a delightful change on the Voice of Guyana’s ‘Breakfast Show.’ Now, don’t get me wrong; I’m not in the least taking away from Ms Kean McRae nor am I in any way hinting that the sister has fallen short on her now popular show.

Slogan is in bad taste

Dear Editor, I know that the festive spirit of the Christmas season is coming upon us, but I do beg that you permit me to express my displeasure at GT&T’s current promotion whose slogan beginning with “All I want for Christmas is Cash!…” appeared recently on my cell phone.

Co-operative society is not in compliance

Dear Editor, The Cooperatives Department of the Ministry of Labour, Human Services and Social Security wishes to respond to correspondence published by Guyana Chronicle on Friday, October 31, 2014 captioned ‘An open letter to the President of Guyana’ penned by Patrick Hamilton of the No 40 Rice Farmers Cooperative Society Limited.

Private sentiments

Dear Editor, In 1953 a PPP Minister in commenting on actions of the then British Governor said “This confounded nonsense must stop.” Fast forward to the second decade of the 21st century.

Guyana needs the rule of law

Dear Editor, Throughout the ages it has been recognised that the rule of law is essential for good governance. According to Wikipedia, the rule of law is, “the legal principle that law should govern a nation as opposed to arbitrary decisions by individual or government officials.” In Guyana, however, our officials seem to have demolished this principle which is recognised as a major pillar upon which any democracy stands.

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