Dear Editor, I read Diane Lee’s letter captioned ‘Police should not question children in the presence of alleged abusers’ (16.11.07) about child abuse in Guyana.
Dear Editor, The school bags that our children tote to school seem to be too heavy for them to carry comfortably without endangering their health.
Dear Editor, I read two letters by Alicia Martin and Kimberely James in the Guyana Chronicle.
Dear Editor, I refer to Mr Tajpaul Gainda’s letter captioned ‘Two of these were wanted men.’ I have cause for concern when citizens like Mr Gainda attempt to play the ostrich, and hide their heads in the sand, as regards the issue of the drug trade.
Dear Editor, According to rule 3((a)ii) of the Guyana Trades Union Congress’s constitution a criterion for becoming an affiliate is the submission of a copy of the union’s balance sheet and its annual returns and a copy of its current Collective Labour Agreement.
Dear Editor, In August of 2008 the people of Guyana will once again be given the opportunity to host the Caribbean Festival of Creative Arts (Carifesta).
Dear Editor, I listened attentively to the Acting Police Commissioner’s press presentation and instantly agreed in principle with many of the ideals of policing he eloquently advocated.
Dear Editor, I read with accustomed interest your editorial of November 4, headlined ‘Municipal drama’ addressing some of the problems attending that modern-day enigma operating under the official name of The Mayor and Councillors of the City of Georgetown.
Dear Editor, Some years ago, while discussing our country’s politics, I was very surprised to learn that my friend, who was no more than 10 years my junior, did not know that Dr Jagan had been elected to Guyana’s legislature in 1947.
Dear Editor, Permit me to respond to Mr Dennis Wiggins’ letter captioned “Armed struggle is not an option; peaceful co-existence is our only hope” (07.11.04).
Dear Editor, I have been following the letters about the agri promotion that was done in Florida.
Dear Editor, I am prompted to respond to Mr Rajendra Rampersaud’s article of November 16 (Stabroek Business) titled, “The payment systems in Guyana are still too cash based.” I want to just simply reply “so what?” However, I will go further and pose the question: can we really move away from the cash based payment system anytime soon?
Dear Editor, Guyana’s leading political commentator and University of Guyana lecturer Mr Freddie Kissoon has consistently advanced the thesis of the emergence of the practice of elected dictatorship in Guyana.
Dear Editor, The Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) wishes to thank the general public for the keen interest it has shown in the Afro-Guyanese consultation, currently underway at the ERC’s Secretariat from November 13 to 16, 2007.
Dear Editor, Effective representation is the only solution to Guyana’s problems! This is a principle that all Guyanese need to recognize and assert if we are to realize our motto of “One People, One Nation, One Destiny.” The very foundation on which we are to build this nation is flawed.
Dear Editor, Two and a half years ago President Bharrat Jagdeo launched his unconstitutional “search committee” to find a candidate for judicial appointment after a failed attempt to reach agreement with the Leader of the Opposition Mr Robert Corbin on the appointment of a Chancellor.
Dear Editor, Mr A Singh’s letter captioned “Remembrance Day is a colonial hangover” (07.11.15) has not only insulted our historical and educational systems but also those of the free world.
Dear Editor, It is heartening to see that there’s something of a ‘controversy’ ( or at least an attempt at an exchange of views ) about Caribbean literature developing in the ‘letters to the Editor’ section of the Stabroek News.
Dear Editor, I laughed as I read the Kaieteur News (13-11-07) article captioned “UNICEF condemns sexual abuse of children”.
Dear Editor, The businessman accused of indecently assaulting the school children has been remanded to prison.
Dear Editor, I am in complete agreement with the sentiments expressed in the letter of Diane Lee captioned, “Police should not question children in the presence of alleged abusers”.
Dear Editor, In its editorial on November 8, Trinidad Newsday wrote: “NACTA Got it Right”.
Dear Editor, Mr Mike Persaud’s retort to my letter on the PNCR leadership captioned “Mr Burke and others fail to understand the need to develop a genuine multiracial democracy” (07.11.13) reminds me of a story I learnt while attending Hindu Primary School .
Dear Editor, I am ineluctably constrained to respond to a letter from Mr Narinedat Harripersaud headlined “Minister Persaud’s Power Point presentation was a rehash of a booklet given to the attendees” (07.11.14).
Dear Editor, I write to publicly express my dismay and apprehension concerning what went on in Parliament last week when the Citizens Petition on the Draft Forestry Bill 2007 was circulated to members for consideration.
Dear Editor, So the Chronicle, along with its pseudonym letter writers are on a shock and awe campaign against Stabroek News and Brigadier Colonel David Granger, in relation to money laundering, narcotics and criminal activities in Guyana.
Dear Editor, Two of the world’s economic powerhouses will shortly ask the World Trade Organisation (WTO) to determine the legality of US agricultural subsidies in a move that can have a lasting impact on the world’s agricultural sector.
Dear Editor, I refer to Abu Bakr’s letter captioned “Naipaul reinvented himself as an upper class Englishman” (07/11/02).
Dear Editor, I wish to respond to a letter by Narinedatt Harripersaud captioned “Mr Persaud’s Power Point presentation was a rehash of booklet given to those present” (07.11.14).
Dear Editor, The more Abu Bakr writes the more he exposes his prejudices.
Dear Editor, With the International Duck Curry competition approaching in Guyana, I would like to mention some aspects of the New York event.
Dear Editor, Is Guyana becoming like Thailand and Costa Rica where paedophiles can lure poor children with money and cheap gifts so they can have sex with them?
Dear Editor, I have noted your apology to the Police Commissioner on the question of torture but cannot stop wondering how your reporter could have made such a mistake.
Dear Editor, Friday, November 16, 2007, is designated International Day of Tolerance by the United Nations.
Dear Editor, I have been caught up several mornings in the congestion that occurs at the junction west of David and Sheriff streets.
Dear Editor, Many persons like me are baffled to see that massive construction work is being carried out on a concrete building just by the roadside of the Suddie car park area in Region Two.
Dear Editor, I am a television host on TTS Ch5 Bartica. My programme ‘The Peoples Voice’ is aired every Sunday evening from 5.30 to 6.30 pm.
Dear Editor, I find it quite strange, as the festive season is almost upon us, that the town council at Linden would seek to demolish the stalls of the struggling small businesses.
Dear Editor, The Office of the President is once again set to arbitrarily impose a wage hike on the Guyana Public Service Union, (GPSU).
Dear Editor, I read in Stabroek News on 07.10.27 about the dismissal in the case of the Ministry of Labour vs Cab’s Hardware and General Store.
Dear Editor, The General Secretary of the People’s Progressive Party has again referred to the episode related to the Abraham murders.
Dear Editor, The Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) will be holding consultations with the Afro Guyanese community on November 15 and 16 to address our perceived needs.
Dear Editor, Kindly permit me to comment on two issues, which were highlighted in the Tuesday, November 6 edition of the Stabroek News.
Dear Editor, It is noteworthy that on Sunday (Nov 11, 2007), President Jagdeo joined acting Prime Minister Clement Rohee, other government officials, members of the disciplined forces, the Scouts’ Association, the diplomatic corps and veteran soldiers in laying wreaths at the Remembrance Day monument site, the Cenotaph.
Dear Editor, Ameena Gafoor says among other things in her letter on Naipaul, that the main question we ought to be asking when we approach the oeuvre should be “Is it art?” Her contribution to the subject raises important questions and includes interesting observations.
Dear Editor, At last, we have an honest assessment of the PNCR. Many people knew from the start what this party truly represents; though Mr Rickford Burke would have you think the many characteristics he describes in his letter captioned “The PNC is on the brink of irrelevance, I call on Robert Corbin to resign” (07.11.11) are all recent occurrences.
Dear Editor, I refer to Mr Tacuma Ogunseye’s letter captioned “The situation that African Guyanese are confronted with requires a political response” (07.11.
Dear Editor, Several organizations have dealt with the appalling problem of child abuse at length, most notably the World Health Organization in concert with the International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN).
Dear Editor, With reference to your letter dated August 15, 2007 in relation to a complaint by Mr Romain Khan, in his letter captioned “Police are ignoring this continuing noise nuisance at Anna Regina” (07.08.14) I wish to advise that the complaint by Mr Khan of 43 Cotton Field, Essequibo Coast has been confirmed.
Dear Editor, Recent letter writers, including the accomplish- ed Harold Bascom (13/11/07), on the matter of Guyanese culture being eroded by foreign influences or behaviours, while understandable, appear to be missing an essential point: culture is not a static condition; it is a dynamic one.