Dear Editor, My visit to the Blairmont Post Office on Friday, 8th March, revealed a continuing state of administrative malaise and utter disrespect for our so-called ‘senior citizens’.
Dear Editor, President David Granger is quoted in the press as saying that “the current voters’ list is bloated”.
Dear Editor, The issue of a constitutional crisis is being hurled around by political leaders without a comprehensive, detailed fleshed-out position and meaning.
Dear Editor, At this critical stage, it is vital that the Government takes swift pre-emptive action against Rusal as the Company has now embarked on a Stalinist ‘scorched earth policy’ as indicated by the disassembling of three huge trucks to be taken out of the country.
Dear Editor, An oxymoron is a figure of speech in which opposite or contradictory ideas or terms are combined.
Dear Editor, Concerned that President Granger’s refusal to name a date for elections can make Guyana the Region’s newest dictatorship, your letter writer Mr.
Dear Editor, I am a Guyanese living in Queenstown on Irving Street since before Independence and can identify and agree with everything that Ms Ryhaan Shah has reported in your letter column pertaining to the Mashramani Float Parade.
Dear Editor, For some time now, the traffic lights controlling the junction of the Rupert Craig Highway and Sheriff Street have not been working.
Dear Editor, Six weeks ago Dr Brian O’Toole, who set up the very successful School of the Nations in Georgetown, Guyana was shot outside his house.
Dear Editor, It is instructive that in the attempt being made by the Government to resolve the impasse between the Guyana Bauxite and General Workers Union (GB&GWU) and the Bauxite Company of Guyana Inc (BCGI), that the Russian management has demanded from the Government that the media not cover the issues and the unions not be involved.
Dear Editor, One of the worst things that can happen to a person accustomed to spreading false information is for that person to believe his or herself.
Dear Editor, The Amerindian Peoples Association wishes to extend our heartiest regards to all women, particularly indigenous women as we observe International Women’s Day 2019.
Dear Editor, The Ministry of Public Telecommunications takes this opportunity to address the hypocritical attempt of former Minister of Home Affairs, Mr.
Dear Editor, Public commentary in Guyana does come with personal attacks especially when you upturn the traditional narrative on its head with new facts.
Dear Editor, I would like to express appreciation to the Leader of the Opposition, Mr.
Dear Editor, Sometime not too long ago I read a news report that quoted the Chief Election Officer, Mr.
Dear Editor, The road in Guyana keeps getting rougher: from hardline to deadline to immovable lines in the mud.
Dear Editor, I’ve been reading recently people’s experiences and a few features relevant to the state of customer – service and standards in this society.
Dear Editor, I am very concerned with the new advancements in security in Guyana.
Dear Editor, Yesterday was truly a sad day for anyone who believes in the supremacy of the Constitution and the rule of law.
Dear Editor, We wish to respond to a letter dated March 5, 2019 published by Stabroek News, titled `PNC had their chance to fix Guyana constitutionally and they deliberately chose ethnic supremacy as their tool of rule.’ Mr.
Dear Editor, We, the undersigned social justice and women’s organisations and individual advocates, note the parliamentary consultations on the law on abortion in Jamaica.
Dear Editor, The article appearing in SN of Tuesday 5 February, speaks to some fundamental deficits in what are normal organisational relationships, but albeit not inconsistent with governance structures known to us citizens.
Dear Editor, The Stabroek News’ Wednesday, February 27, 2019 edition, on page 13, carried a story under the caption, `Internal probe clears GRDB staff in erroneous Panama rice shipment’.
Dear Editor, In your article on the UN Biennial High Level Panel on the death penalty `Guyana abstains from vote on death penalty moratorium’ in SN March 5th, you described me as “Guyana’s representative” which I am not.
Dear Editor, Reference is made to the article headlined ‘Govt grants American Airlines 90% concession on landing fees’ in the Kaieteur News edition of 3rd March 2019.
Dear Editor, Allow me to briefly respond to recent discourse in Stabroek News and other publications regarding President Granger’s diagnosis.
Dear Editor, During the spring tide a section of the earthen embankment was breached at Providence, East Bank Demerara along the Demerara River which resulted in localized flooding.
Dear Editor, Please refer to the letter captioned ‘City audit and procurement committees should have had opposition councillors’.
Dear Editor, When some minibus operators held strike action recently and called for the removal of security cameras, there were mixed reactions from everyone.
Dear Editor, Today we begin the Season of Lent. It is one of the important seasons for many Christian denominations.
Dear Editor, Vowing not to give one inch, well several feet were given by meeting separately with the company and union in the ongoing industrial saga.
Dear Editor, I noticed in your newspaper, SN 1/3/2019 an editorial about the Domestic Violence Act and an article about a brutal attack on a woman by her partner while accompanying a rural constable to serve what is described as “ a restraining order ”.
Dear Editor, There is much cause for alarm in the statement made last Thursday 28th February 2019 by Leader of the Opposition Bharrat Jagdeo where he stated he will not attend the 6th March meeting, as requested by President David Granger, “unless an election date is on the agenda.” Mr.
Dear Editor, I do not envy President Granger’s job at this point, based on the current challenges which the country is experiencing and the awkward position which the Government has found itself in after the No Confidence Motion (NCM) was passed.
Dear Editor, Regarding a letter written by Dr. David Hinds in SN dated March 4, 2019, and captioned `We have been in a permanent state of constitutional crisis since 1953’, I looked for a solution in this missive but there was none to be found.
Dear Editor, I notice that the erudite and seasoned presence of Dr. David Hinds has taken to the media to raise that very specific issue, which I have been pounding, in my little way, for a while now.
Dear Editor, I crave your indulgence in allowing me to respond to two sets of the commentaries in the media over the last few days.
Dear Editor, After reading the article, ‘Britain’s Brexit Military Base Plan in Chaos’ (Stabroek News, 4/3/2019), I decided to visit the online edition of the British newspaper, The Morning Star (25/1/19) to read the first-hand account.
Dear Editor, Many people are sweating over the impending “constitutional crisis” on March 19.
Dear Editor, In 1998, I was a Member of Parliament and found myself at odds with the policies of the party/government of the day, the PPP; I resigned from Parliament and from the PPP and publicly denounced the lack of democracy in the PPP and their governmental misdirection in developing Guyana’s economy, among other major mistakes (coalition politics, decentralism of the bureaucracy, making sure to make the private sector the real engine of growth – which the PPP disagreed with).
Dear Editor, Football in totality needs a shot in the arm. The three essential components of football are Administration (the most important), Coaching and Refereeing.
Dear Editor, As I ponder over the looming constitutional crisis, my initial thoughts were to allow the situation to run its course and let the chips, as it were, fall where they belonged.
Dear Editor, With reference to Kaieteur News’ article dated 24/02/2019 – ‘Pilot’s recklessness caused crash’- the bereft family members wish to highlight the harmful presumption of this article and question the motive of the source of this unfounded attack on the illustrious reputation of Captain Liverpool.
Dear Editor, The Maritime Administration Department (MARAD) facilitated a training session for Linesmen from several port facilities.
Dear Editor, The letter by Gail Teixeira, “GECOM has no authority to state it is unable to hold elections prior to date being announced, President knowingly causing constitutional crisis” (SN: 1/3/ 2019), is highly disingenuous, especially from someone who has been in public life as long as the Honourable Member of Parliament has.
Dear Editor, According to a Demerara Waves article dated March 2nd, the Hon.
Dear Editor, It is now 70 days since the no-confidence motion was passed on December 21, 2018.
Dear Editor, On the 19th January, 2019, the People’s Progressive Party selected Irfaan Ali as its presidential candidate for the upcoming National and Regional Elections.
Dear Editor, The mission of the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) is to promote compliance with Guyana’s Tax laws, administer tax legislation in a fair, transparent and consistent manner, and deliver quality services to all taxpayers.