The government should allow the debate on the way it has governed this country

Dear Editor, When the AFC indicated enough was enough, when it indicated that our people can no longer suffer the neglect, the hardships, the squandermania, the PPP’s demonstration of contempt for parliament, for the peoples’ voice, and threatened a no-confidence motion against the government that would result in the government resigning, the President said “Bring it on!” Now the AFC brought it on the government stalled for time to think of ways to forestall it.

Nowrang Persaud could have got any information he wanted at the National Cane Farming Committee meeting

Dear Editor, Please permit me space to respond to Mr Nowrang Persaud’s letter dated October 30, 2014 captioned, ‘Diminishing output from private cane farmers is disturbing.’ Firstly, Mr Nowrang Persaud, himself being a cane farmer for 20 odd years, and GuySuCo’s former Human Resource Director, should have known how the National Cane Farming Committee (NCFC) functions, and of the benefits farmers are receiving.

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.

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