Headley should be ahead of Bradman

Dear Editor, I think Mark Bender in his interesting letter made a mistake in omitting George Headley from his list of great batsmen measured against The Don (‘Bradman is the best batsman the world has ever produced’ SN, January 22).

The cancellation of Kissoon’s contract should open the eyes of the public that nothing has changed

Dear Editor, The PPP-dominated University Council cancelled Freddie Kissoon’s contract with UG. I hope this chilling and reprehensible episode opens the eyes of the public at large and those who were prancing around with blind and misplaced optimism that this current PPP regime was anything different from the last incarnation administered by Bharrat Jagdeo. 

The RDC should not be a rubber stamp

Dear Editor, Please permit me to respond to the letter captioned ‘The chairman and vice- chairman of a region are elected by members of the Regional Democratic Council,’ by Mr Archie W Cordis which was published in the Stabroek News of Janurary 21, and which conveys an incorrect impression of the election for the chairman and vice-chairman of a PPP/C-won region.

There may be a problem with the new licensing arrangements

Dear Editor, The GRA, after being validly criticized by citizens of this country for the confusion and congestion which prevails each year when motor vehicle licences have to be renewed, and after having its aggressive Commissioner General, in true Jagdeoite fashion, delight in ‘busing’ and ‘cussing down’ these very citizens who pay him a handsome tax-free salary every month, has decided to introduce a new system which it says will alleviate the confusion and congestion.

Longden, not London

Dear Editor, It’s been a perpetual piece of misinformation, ignored principally by the M&CC which presumably is responsible for naming streets and erecting street signs (latterly with active support from the private sector).

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