Letters

Ramotar needs to come out and say if he supports Jagdeo’s debased behaviour

Dear Editor, Evidently President Jagdeo takes pride in what he calls “cussing out” the media and has escalated his tirade as an election campaign strategy which suggests this nation is exposed to a man who not only treats the office he holds with contempt, disrespects the people who pay him and whom he should be serving, but may also have serious behavioural issues, which singularly or collectively is/are injurious to this nation.

Guyana United Artists will be walking to the major administrative centres with message of peace and unity

Dear Editor, As part of a continued effort to highlight the role of the creative arts in interpreting our history and culture to foster and promote national unity, members for the Guyana United Artists will be undertaking a nation-wide walk to the major administrative centres of Guyana in the run up to General Elections 2011 and in the aftermath.

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