Dear Editor, The People’s Progressive Party has ignored the voice of the people it claims to govern!
Dear Editor, The debate continues on the subject of casino licences and also who will get them – the ‘old’ or new hotels.
Dear Editor, It is not surprising that the government would find innovative ways to starve your newspaper of advertising funds since you are regarded as the enemy.
Dear Editor, I refer to a letter by Mr Khurshid Sattaur, the Commissioner General of the Guyana Revenue Authority captioned “The Guyana Revenue Authority has made improvements in tax collection over the years and will implement VAT efficiently” in response to my letter captioned “The GRA couldn’t administer the Consumption Tax so how will it administer the VAT.” The Commissioner General missed the thrust of my concerns.
Dear Editor, Where is Bishop Juan Edghill? The Bishop is very silent on the casino gambling matter.
Dear Editor, Our youths we are told are our most precious assets and everything must be done to protect them from the ills of society so that they can grow up to become the leaders of tomorrow.
Dear Editor, I read with interest the letters captioned “Guyana’s forestry resources are being plundered for little gain” and “Barama introduced modern techniques of forest management to the declining forest industry in Guyana” (07.01.18) as well as the report headlined “Barama certificate for good forestry suspended” on the same date.
Dear Editor, The front page of another Sunday newspaper featured an item on plans to spruce up the Stabroek market clock, an historical landmark.
Dear Editor, The nation wishes to have an explanation from the President, the Attorney General and possibly the Minister of Home Affairs as to the real reason why those on death row condemned to be hanged and who do not have motions pending in the courts are not executed or their sentences commuted to life.
Dear Editor, I read with grave concern your article on the president’s intention to use $400m for the construction of a shelter for destitute/homeless persons.
Dear Editor, The greatest, most-renowned freedom-fighter in the world was a proponent of peaceful initiatives.
Dear Editor, Colin Bascom in his letter captioned :Our relations with India should not be at the expense of our core values as a nation” (07.01.17), attacked me as “Cheerleader-in-Chief” of promoting closer relations with India.
Dear Editor, I refer to a letter headlined “In which other organization could an employee be allowed to publicly rail against his employer with impunity” (07.01.17) by E B John.
Dear Editor, On January 17, 2007, a rather racist and inflammatory letter appeared in Stabroek News’s letters column titled “Our relations with India should not be at the expense of our core values as a nation”.
Dear Editor, I believe the group or groups which refer to themselves as the “Church” are making a very big mistake.
Dear Editor, Guyanese returning to Guyana for a visit are usually at a loss for night entertainment.
Dear Editor, I am surprised the opposition leader and the trade unionists haven’t been able to identify the hand behind most of Guyana’s economic problems and which contributes to the deteriorating social and crime problems in the country.
Dear Editor, It is very important that the amendment to the VAT Act is passed by Parliament which will empower the Minister of Finance and the GRA to take immediate action to remove the 16 % tax on certain other items and zero rate or exempt them to bring further relief to consumers.
Dear Editor, It was interesting to read, via the internet, your editorial last Saturday on the subject of allegations of racist bullying on the British television “Reality show?
Dear Editor, During the recent parliamentary workshop, I was heartened to hear so many people agree that a vibrant parliament is the heart of a functional democracy.
Dear Editor, On a recent visit to the Rupununi, the president stated that the army needs recruits from the Rupununi.
Dear Editor, Having read a number of letters and opinions on the primitive practice of administering pain to children in a focused and vengeful effort to get one’s way, I feel compelled to add my voice.
Dear Editor, If Guyana can get the debt cancellation it needs on the US$400 million it owes to the Inter-American Development Bank, it will be a huge (and deserved) boost to the economy, needless to say.
Dear Editor I recently read about Giatree Kowsilla, a 103-year-old who now resides at 272 Good Hope, Housing Scheme, East Coast Demerara, who came to Guyana on October 10, 1912 as an indentured labourer.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Information Agency (GINA), a government-controlled agency’s withdrawal of ministry advertisements from Stabroek News, I have to say, comes as no surprise to me.