We cannot break up the PNCR at this critical time in the nation and party’s history

Dear Editor, It would be an apt starting point to a public letter to say that in the context of the concept ‘collective responsibility’ with regard to being a member of a national political party, I wish to apologize from the bottom of my heart to the nation and any member of my party, whom I or any other member, may have hurt or disappointed during the 18th Biennial Congress.

More compromise, not confrontation needed

Dear Editor,   In his letter captioned ‘A real leader of any true opposition would have stepped up to the crease and batted for everyone” (SN, July 29) Mr Emile Mervin seems to be advocating a more confrontational militant approach to politics in Guyana as he sits in New York.