Letters

Vehicle fitness can be obtained from Bartica traffic office

Dear Editor, The Guyana Police Force is responding to an article published in the Stabroek News on Monday March 15, 2010, under the caption `Why do Bartica residents have to go to Georgetown to renew licences and get fitness?’ In the letter to the editor, one Winston Miller Snr, who is apparently a resident of Bartica, in his last paragraph questioned why vehicle owners now have to travel to Georgetown to renew licences and get fitness when there is a GRA office in Bartica.

What did Moses do to make the party more liberal?

Dear Editor, We now know that Moses was always a liberal minded person. Can Moses provide his evidence that, when his gods Cheddi and Janet were alive, he made efforts to make his Party more liberal, and what support he gave to those who tried to make the Party more liberal and more human?

There were detailed consultations on the LCDS and there is still work to be done

Dear Editor The recent comments on the Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS) that have been occasioned by the Stabroek News  coverage of the statement coming  out of a training workshop for select indigenous leaders facilitated by the APA, March 2-8, 2010 in Georgetown, have brought into question  the quality of the preliminary consultations that engaged village council representatives and other leaders of  two hundred and twenty-two communities in the period since the launch of the first draft of the  LCDS in June 2009.