Appointing McKoy to the Rights of the Child Commission is too much to tolerate

Dear Editor,
When will this unacceptable mood of extremely poor governance end, and where will it lead us?
This latest assault on decency by appointing Kwame McKoy to the Rights of the Child Commission is really a little too much for us to tolerate.
But this latest assault is part of a wider process put beautifully by Eric Phillips this week when he noted: “there is a benign savagery in the way the country is ruled. Unthinkable excesses occur.
“Systematic evasion of constitutional checks and balances have become the norm. Decency… whether moral, civil, commercial, religious or political has long been discarded… Indecency has become the new currency of daily life in Guyana.”
The PPP government can surely find other ways to reward their activists.
Yours faithfully,
Hamilton Green JP

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