Dear Editor, As disturbing as the numerous distortions and fabrications coming from APNU+AFC have been over the last few weeks, with regard what transpired during the Region Four vote tabulation, the recent attack on the Private Sector Commission is probably the most disturbing.
Dear Editor, I read with complete disbelief reports that the Chief Election Officer Keith Lowenfield stated it will take 156 days to count the votes cast in Guyana’s March 2nd elections.
Dear Editor, I have just read the Chief Election Officer Lowenfield’s proposal for the recounting of the ballots of the March 2, elections.
Dear Editor, It is with profound sadness that I learnt of the passing of Komal Chand CCH.
Dear Editor, As a homeschooling mum to a four-year-old and having previously exclusively homeschooled another child to grade 8, as well as being a former high school teacher of Biology and Environmental Science in the United States for three years, I would like to offer my assistance to families whose children’s education switched to the home.
Dear Editor, Democracy in Guyana is currently under threat. There is however hope that the pressures brought about by democratic forces locally and internationally could save the day and allow for a duly-elected and democratic government to be installed without delay.
Dear Editor, The collective intelligence of the Guyanese populace has been consistently insulted by the continuous reckless and vulgar display of unprofessional and insensitive statements and actions emanating from the GECOM Secretariat.
Dear Editor, The GECOM position that it would take 156 days to count the ballots would be laughable if the situation in Guyana was not so grim.
Dear Editor, The time frame of 156 days or some five months, proposed for the national recount is designed to further frustrate and drag out the election imbroglio.
Dear Editor, Given that the coronavirus can stay for days on metal surfaces it is best for everyone to not wear any jewellery especially earrings.
Dear Editor, I was so sorry when I learnt of the passing of Veteran Trade Unionist and Politician, Komal Chand.
Dear Editor, Reflections on recent events. A) Take a self-denying oath of silence on the recount… that’s all you politicians and quasi politicians!
Just over two weeks ago, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres called for an immediate global ceasefire in the face of another war that can only be won if there is unity: the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dear Editor, The last thing I would want to do is spread inappropriate alarms and frighten further an already reeling and vulnerable population; at, least the ones that care enough to be concerned about COVID-19 developments.
Dear Editor, My name is Aarti Dowlath. I am a Physics teacher at the secondary school level in Trinidad.
Dear Editor, Even though my cousin, Jimmy Bacchus, made a quiet exit from this transient life, he has not left us.
Dear Editor, I wish to respond to articles in the press on a recent statement from the Private Sector Commission (PSC) ‘Private sector opposes total national recount…’.
Dear Editor, Article 160 A (1) of the Constitution of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana provides as follows: “all persons, institutions and political parties are prohibited from taking any action or advancing, disseminating or communicating any idea which may result in racial or ethnic division among the people.”