Dear Editor, One good thing that will come as a result of the confidence vote is the Court’s ruling on Article 155(1)(a) which addresses dual citizens sitting in the National Assembly.
Dear Editor, In response to the appeal of the new city Mayor, Pandit Ubraj Narine, for residents to work with the City Council and to bring our specific needs to their attention, I wish to speak yet again as one of the long-suffering residents of Queenstown of the ear-splitting and illegal noise nuisance that is Mashramani and the newly founded Carnival in May.
Dear Editor, I learned with much intrigue by way of the Sunday, January 13, 2019 edition of the Kaieteur News that the Steering Committee of A New and United Guyana (ANUG) has recruited the membership of an individual named Kian Jabour.
Dear Editor, There will be a total eclipse of the Moon after midnight next Sunday-Monday Jan 20-21.
Dear Editor, I read the front page coverage of your December 17th 2018 newspaper with the caption `SASOD’s 15th Anniversary’.
Dear Editor, I wish to share an aspect of the work done at the University of Guyana in this public space.
Dear Editor, On the 21 December 2018, the APNU+AFC Coalition Government was defeated by a No Confidence Motion moved by the Opposition, PPP/C in the National Assembly.
Dear Editor, Since the publication of the letter I wrote in the Stabroek News on 10 January, 2019 and titled ‘Proposed Members of new ‘One Party’ Government from 2019 – 2023’, much discussion was generated and many persons are asking how would a ‘One Party’ Government be possible when our Constitution does not allow for such; since it states that the government is formed on the basis of the results of Elections and also to ensure that the process is democratic.
Dear Editor, On Saturday January 13, 2019 I bought some toys for my toddler at a city bookstore.
Dear Editor, I wish to take the opportunity to thank you for providing space for Guyanese citizens to highlight issues of concerns, which are at times utilized by the Government, the Private Sector, Authorities and various Commissions.
Dear Editor, Somebody made the case the other day of how well-qualified is a candidate for leader of this country.
Dear Editor, It is argued that analogy is the “core of cognition” (Hofstadter in Gentner et al.
There was little that was either new or shocking about the revelations contained in the Kennard City Hall Commission of Inquiry Report.
Dear Editor, The Office of the President is the most respected office in the land.
Dear Editor, Almost predictably, and almost three weeks to the date after the infamy of events surrounding the No Confidence Motion in the National Assembly, a seemingly random media story has appeared (KN – 2018.1.12) that is intended to target the Ministry of Natural Resources with heavy hints of corruption and malfeasance.
Dear Editor, I would like to express my disappointment with the manner in which young people were treated at the Oil and Gas Forum conducted by the Department of Youth at the Umana Yana on January 12th.
Dear Editor, To solve a problem, one must examine its surrounding circumstances to determine its cause.
Dear Editor, In 2009, President Jagdeo commissioned a US$200 million/G$40 billion new sugar factory located at Skeldon, Berbice.
Dear Editor, I have noted a contrived, concerted campaign to discredit and misrepresent my academic credentials.
Dear Editor, I wish to call on the head of the Guyana Police Force Mr.
On January 3rd – just hours after the Speaker of the National Assembly, Dr Barton Scotland had declined to revisit the December 21, 2018 motion of no-confidence that resulted in the defeat of the APNU+AFC government, the Natural Resource Fund (NRF) Bill 2018 was passed after being presented for second and third reading by the Minister of Finance Winston Jordan.
Dear Editor, The recent debate on the no-confidence vote in the National Assembly highlights how fractured we have become as a people.
Dear Editor, Should the government resign immediately following the vote of no-confidence? This issue troubled me deeply because this is, of course, a major issue with serious consequences so it is absolutely critical that we as a nation have clarity on it.
Dear Editor, On Thursday January 10th, 2019, President Nicolas Maduro was sworn in for an illegitimate second term of six years amidst a dramatic humanitarian and economic crisis.
Dear Editor, The ongoing debate on dual citizenship continues to evoke mixed reactions from all Guyanese.
Dear Editor, The letter from an opposition MP in which he berated the MPs of the ruling side for their sometimes raucous behaviour and conduct in the hallowed Chamber has me thinking that this is a case of the pot calling the kettle black or people living in glass houses should not throw stones.
The problem with Guyana – and this applies to many developing countries – is that the things which really matter in terms of the definition of a country and its identity over an extended timeframe, have to compete for limited funding with what are deemed to be urgent needs.
Dear Editor, The Cheddi Jagan International Airport previously known as the Timehri International Airport is well known to all Guyanese.
Dear Editor, Reference is made to a joint press statement issued by the Ministry of the Presidency following the recent meeting between Government and the Opposition.
Dear Editor, In examination of the noises caused by the strident Yes! Yes!
Dear Editor, I wish to join others in expressing my great admiration to my dear friend and mentor Sir Fenton Ramsahoye.
Dear Editor, Yesterday’s newspapers devoted much coverage on the recommendations for improving the Guyana Police Force by enhancing capacity through training, infrastructure and Human Resource Management.
Dear Editor, Roman Catholic Bishop, Francis Alleyne clearly stated that “Our leaders would do well to acknowledge the extent to which the people, our youth particularly, have lost confidence in the broader political process, and to grasp the opportunity now presented to reshape Guyana’s future.” Then the Bishop went on to say “I applaud the maturity of the utterances of our political leaders, the President, Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition in particular, for respecting the outcome of the no confidence motion and for signaling their intent to engage each other.” Not even 24 hours after the Roman Catholic Church issued this statement and after accepting their loss at the No Confidence Motion and their commitment to the following of the Constitution, the person who is now de facto Prime Minister led their side of the house on a flip-flopping escapade and rejected their original positions.
In 1801, writing to John Dickinson, a fellow founding father, Thomas Jefferson advised his colleague that “if we do not learn to sacrifice small differences of opinion, we can never act together.
Dear Editor, The Wapichan People of the South Rupununi welcome the recent Communication sent to the Government of Guyana by the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination concerning the Mining on Marutu Taawa (Marudi Mountain).
Dear Editor, Prime News, on Wednesday, January 9, 2018, carried a news item which relates to an India Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) Scholarship granted to Mr.
Dear Editor, Fenton Harcourt William Ramsahoye passed away on or about the 27th December, 2018 in Barbados at the age of 89.
Dear Editor, I would like to take a minute to divert attention from the no-confidence vote and the related post mortems to discuss the code of conduct for mini-bus operators.
Dear Editor, The public releases in the immediate aftermath of the political leadership talks of Wednesday represented a good beginning.
Dear Editor, It is with heavy heart that one embraces the very profound sentiments expressed by Mr C.V.
Guyana’s unique geographical location on the North Atlantic coast of the South American continent has many benefits including being accessible to water transportation such as cargo, luxury and other vessels.
Dear Editor, With the Leader of the Opposition agreeing a government must be in place, does this mean the opposition will be attending Parliament?
Dear Editor, This is for my fellow compatriots, Brigadier David Granger, President; Dr Bharrat Jagdeo, Leader of the Opposition; Raphael Trotman, Volda Lawrence, Chairman of PNCR; Dr.
Dear Editor, I am heartened that Dr Vindhya Persaud is one of the PPP/C Central Committee members being considered as the party’s presidential candidate.
Dear Editor, I travel at times on our mini bus service on the Kitty buses no.