Dear Editor, The Justice Institute Guyana strongly endorses the views expressed in Monday’s editorial ‘ExxonMobil signing bonus’ and joins Transparency International Guyana, Chris Ram, Anand Goolsarran and members of the public in condemning the secret payment of US$18M from ExxonMobil to the government.
Dear Editor, On Action Line the evening before last a resident of West Demerara called to complain about the uneven and unfair rate structure being applied by taxi drivers.
Dear Editor, There is sharp burning anger of a destructive kind raging in this society.
Dear Editor, The GAWU was indeed surprised, to say the least, having read Mr Gobin Harbhajan’s letter entitled ‘Government should rescind sugar workers’ termination letters’ which appeared in the December 7 edition of Stabroek News.
Dear Editor, The issue of the consideration of the 2018 Budget Estimates and the way the Parliament is managed is one for the elected parliamentarians, the selected Speaker and the other appointed officers of the Guyana Parliament to act upon as instructed by the Constitution of Guyana.
Dear Editor, The 2018 Budget is one of the biggest ever and was prepared early by the APNU+AFC government of President David Granger.
Dear Editor, I have pleasure in expressing my gratitude to the government and the Region Three authority for reconstructing the Bagotville Bridge, which presented problems to traffic a few months ago through its partial collapse.
Dear Editor, It is amazing to see the unnecessarily long and obviously expensive vacancy advertisements appearing in the local media, as if the length of the ad will result in better recruitment!
Last year, on Thursday, December 8, a forty-three year-old fisherman left his residence to go “in search of a boat, hoping to catch a sail,” and make some money for the approaching holiday season.
Dear Editor, As I write this letter I am looking at photos of opposition members of parliament being removed from the chambers by police.
Dear Editor, I write in response to an article carried in the Guyana Times on Monday, December 4, 2017, titled, ‘US$50M Windfarm – PPP demands answers on controversial project’.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Police Force is responding to a letter in the September 9 edition of the Stabroek News that appeared as well in the other dailies, under the caption ‘Cruel treatment of calf in police compound at No 51’.
Dear Editor, I am pleased to inform you that the issue of Hindus celebrating religious holidays on different dates has now been resolved.
Dear Editor, Parliament is the most distressing thing to look at, with the potential to give you immediate ulcers if you listen for too long.
Dear Editor, Junior Minister of Natural Resources, Simona Broomes, in her contribution to the 2018 National Budget debate on December 6, 2017, among other things, spoke about the re-employment of Skeldon Estate worker, Daniel Stephens who, it is recalled, was dismissed in September, 2014 after an altercation with the then Estate Manager.
Dear Editor, Let me be very clear: Minister Raphael Trotman and Minister Winston Jordan are creatures of President David Granger.
Dear Editor, The majority side of the aisle in the hallowed Chamber led by the leader of that side, chose to walk out when the leader of the opposite side rose to make concluding remarks to the week long budget debate.
Dear Editor, Being at one time the point man for rice and paddy on the Essequibo Coast and a former rice extension officer, it is welcome news to hear from the Minister of Agriculture new markets to push rice growth (KN, December 11).
Dear Editor, The government erred terribly on how it allowed ExxonMobil developments to get ahead of it, and to its detriment.
Dear Editor, I must commend Robert McRae for his courage and clarity of thought after he stated the case so clearly in relation to the ExxonMobil signing bonus deception and called for the sacking of all those involved.
Dear Editor, The issue of sexual harassment has gained much prominence in the United States within the past few weeks.
Dear Editor, Under the leadership of two distinguished academics, St Hilaire and Beckles,West Indian cricket administrators concluded that the problem with our cricketers was their lack of education.
Dear Editor, This letter serves to voice my agreement with Chris Ram. It is meant to offend no one.