Letters

There should be a free, fair and transparent process involving representatives from all three cricket boards to elect a GCB executive

Dear Editor, We are approaching the stage of desperation in the administration of our cricket, and the fact that the present illegal Guyana Cricket Board regime has no representation from the Berbice Cricket Board, the Georgetown Cricket Association and the East Coast Cricket Board constitutes a serious indictment of the process, since 95% of the quality cricketers are produced by these three areas with their astute and dedicated administrators.

Supports GHRA on NBS issue

Dear Editor, I support the Guyana Human Rights Association’s call for an investigation into the removal of the three top officers of the New Building Society and for the men to be immediately paid everything due to them.

We need a government of national unity and reconciliation

Dear Editor, “I have always been committed to the formation in this country of broad coalitions, that work for common goals, and I believe some day this country will see and must see a government of national unity.” – Moses Nagamotoo Editor, with the sole exception of the PPP, the major opposition parties contesting this year’s election are all in favour of a government of national unity and reconciliation.

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