Letters

The ‘silly’ season

Dear Editor, No one should fail to compliment the PPP for putting together an efficient well-funded propaganda machine, supported by a few persons holding office in the private sector and a few religious leaders.

No major industrial development in the last ten years

Dear Editor, During October 2011, the Government of Guyana (GoG) offered for sale Treasury Bills valued at $3 billion, which indicated that the Ministry of Finance was running out of funds to meet its obligations, particularly since anticipated budgetary appropriations made earlier in the year have not materialized thus far.

The PPP/C is guilty of double standards

Dear Editor, Following comments made by Mr Carl Greenidge at the funeral service of his long-time friend and colleague Mr Winston Murray, Mr Manzoor Nadir, the man who is supposed to keep people in work, wrote the Caricom Secretary General Mr Edwin Carrington effectively seeking the sacking of Mr Greenidge from his position as Deputy Senior Director in the Caricom Secretariat’s Office of Trade and Negotiations.

Before leaving for Georgetown the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs received an additional list for payment of Rupununi flood relief that included Tabatinga and Culvert City

Dear Editor, With respect to the letters of Clairmont Lye, ‘There should be an investigation of the distribution of Rupununi flood relief funds,‘ in the  November 12 edition of the Stabroek News and ‘Recent distribution of flood relief funds in Lethem should be investigated‘ which also appeared in the Kaieteur News on the same day the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs would like to posit the following: 1.

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