UGLS cannot afford to choose sides

Dear Editor, Please permit me to refer to a letter published by your paper dated December 4 and entitled ‘When will UG law students speak up?’ First, as a student-at-law I can say that we always have the capacity to circulate our opinions publicly, but what we sometimes lack is the will.

The public service is being deconstructed


Dear Editor, The governing Santa agency has published a clause in its agenda to make its annual year-end retrospective payout to what are called ‘public servants’, which leaves opportunity for the GRA to collect extra income in December not totally unanticipated.

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