Letters

Another ride?

Dear Editor, My intuition is screaming: Something is up and in the making. And it is not good for Guyanese. Early last week, the ruling PPP publicly disclosed its interest in being a part of a ‘National Alliance.’ This is a first sounding, and was believed to be the opening gambit.

There should be constitutional reform before elections

Dear Editor, I write this letter fully aware of the political implications and the accusations which will follow from what I consider a bold attempt on my part to draw to the attention of the African community and the nation, the danger that is inherent in the ‘no-confidence motion’ which has been presented and is expected to be passed in Guyana’s Parliament thereby forcing the country into general and regional elections some time soon, without the most critical and necessary constitutional changes being put in place.

Toshaos should make their voices heard

Dear Editor,   Heritage Month celebration is once again here so kindly permit me to share some reflections and suggestions on this special occasion for the sake of history, the memory of those who played a useful role in its early visioning, and for the young and others so they would know the significance of the Indigenous peoples of this beautiful land of ours.

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