Dear Editor, I direct this letter to President David Granger and the Chair of GECOM Justice Claudette Singh.
Dear Editor, A few things have become abundantly clear over the past month, but bear repeating at this time, the one-month anniversary of the March 2, 2020 elections: (1) the Granger-led APNU+AFC coalition have no intention of willingly relinquishing power; (2) despite her public utterances and affidavit filed in the High Court, GECOM Chairperson, Ms.
Dear Editor, Kindly permit me space in your newspaper to comment on a growing concern about wearing facemasks.
Dear Editor, The captain has long since jumped ship. Jumped or was pushed.
Dear Editor, It has been suggested by some that race and racial voting is the problem in Guyana.
Dear Editor, As a former member of the Central Executive Committee of the People’s National Congress, Minister of the Government and representative of the Guyanese Overseas, I have been moved to make the following statement regarding our current situation.
Dear Editor, Reference is being made to Stabroek News’ article `Caretaker gov’t sold prime city land to BK International a week before March 2 polls’.
Dear Editor, The information from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) is crystal clear: self-isolation reduces the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.
Dear Editor, One ought not to be a sideliner on the electoral process, especially when your silence strengthens a dictatorship.
Dear Editor, The events of the last year or so – constitutional breaches and defiance, along with the GECOM dodges and attempts to swear in the wrong president – have rendered Guyana an unstable environment.
Dear Editor, I am urging my friend Mayor Ubraj Narine to reconsider his decision not to implement an immediate lockdown of Georgetown.
Dear Editor, March 2, 2020 was the day that the Guyanese nation voted in the General Elections.
Dear Editor, General elections were held in Guyana, on March 2, 2020, and to date the results have not been made available to the parties that contested the elections.
Dear Editor, Three events in the past years have captured and captivated my imagination as far as Guyana is concerned.
Dear Editor, Is there a plan for the Leadership of the Coronavirus Committee/Task Force to meet with the Leadership of Corporate Guyana/Private Businesses (Banks DIH, DDL, the Financial Institutions, ANSA McAl, Massy Group, Demtoco, Digicel, GTT, Grace Kennedy, etc etc etc and to engage them in meaningful discussions about your plans, the activities you are hoping to undertake and the quantity of resources needed and their possible assistance in helping the nation to acquire the required items?
Dear Editor, For anyone in the Ministry of Public Health or from the Covid-19 multi-stakeholder response forum that is interested in having more test kits to help detect the virus amongst the populace, please do reach out to Mylab Discovery Solutions Pvt Lab.
Dear Editor, These are hard and despairing days. Theodore Roethke wrote: “In a dark time the eye begins to see…” There is still so much good.
Dear Editor, Please permit me to highlight a common characterization or distorting, of Coronavirus prevention in the global medical community.
Dear Editor, We all breathed a sigh of relief after hearing the rulings of the High Court on March 31, 2020 with regards to the appeal brought by Mr.
Dear Editor, Seeking legal resolution to the various impasses by the political parties during this election process has proven the strength and independence of the judiciary.