Opinion

Bike cops not properly attired

Dear Editor, Each time I am in downtown Georgetown, I observe several officers of the Guyana Police Force riding around on bicycles, which would normally be something that is commendable and reassuring for our citizens in terms of improved security in the commercial centre of our capital.

This has been a test of restraint, sanctions are now needed

Dear Editor, One more day! This has been the strategy of the Granger cabal since 21st December 2018; one more day in power; one more day to file a legal challenge; one more day to spend; one more day to bankrupt us; one more day to sell state assets; one more day to plunder; one more day to frustrate the will of the people; one more day to defy all those who seek to keep the peace and restore democracy (for it has been lost).

Lowenfield’s letter trampled on the authority of Justice Singh

Dear Editor, The letter dated July 10, 2010 from Mr. Keith Lowenfield, Chief Executive Officer of the Guyana Elections Commission to the first female Chairperson of the Guyana Elections Commission, trampled on the authority of Justice Claudette Singh, with the utmost disdain and disrespect in this unending nightmare, stemming from Guyana’s General and Regional Elections held on March 2, 2020.

Chinese govt governs Hong Kong in accordance with China’s Constitution and the Basic Law, not the Joint Declaration

Dear Editor, On June 30, the Law of the People’s Republic of China on Safeguarding National Security in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) was passed by China’s top legislature, the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC), added to the list of national laws in Annex III to the Basic Law of the HKSAR, and applied locally by the Chief Executive of the HKSAR.

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