Letters

PPP speakers were indeed heckled at Enterprise

Dear Editor, There was an attack on my character through a letter from Mr Neil Kumar published prominently in the Sunday Chronicle of October 9, calling me a vicious and mischievous “AFC Liar.”  Knowing that neither the Chronicle, nor the state media as a whole, will allow my response, I am kindly seeking space in your paper.

Two not one previous presidential debates

Dear Editor, In your article ‘PPP/C still to decide on November presidential debate‘ (Saturday, October 8, 2011) it is stated that “the only presidential debate in Guyana was held for the 1992 elections between the late former President Desmond Hoyte and then opposition leader Dr Cheddi Jagan.” That is not correct.

The people must build strength from the bottom

Dear Editor, The election campaign kicked off in an aggressive mood. Money did not seem to be a problem, and the rallies became excursions and “bubble sessions.“ The intention, it seems, is to create and cultivate a youth ‘shock force‘ that is fed on high hopes, and indoctrinated in a belief of impending victory for the PPP/C.

An interesting development in the US

Dear Editor, An interesting development is taking place in the United States which is downplayed by the mainstream media. That development is the hundreds of Americans who are converging on Wall Street to protest against what they referred to as corporate greed, that is the concentration of finance capital in the hands of a few resulting in a skewed distribution of wealth.

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