Dear Editor, In a poll done a few years ago more than 60% of Guyanese don’t have any confidence in the court system.
Dear Editor, Please permit me to extend my sincere condolences to the relatives of now deceased baby Maleek Sandy.
Dear Editor, SN’s very thoughtful Editorial of Friday June 8, 2018 titled ‘Improved Facilities for Fire Service’ touched an old (raw) nerve; for it’s a decade or more since I have attempted to bring attention to the indifference with which such a critical service as the Guyana Fire Service is treated.
Dear Editor, All too often we read complaints in the newspapers and rarely do we hear of the follow up to what the response was to the complaint.
Dear Editor, June 13th 2018, represents the thirty-eighth year since the assassination of Walter Rodney, which occurred on June 13th, 1980.
Dear Editor, Guyanese have a saying that is part funny, part serious: “hole out fuh price.” Well, at the rate things are going, they won’t have to hold out too long.
When public officers who knowingly place themselves in harm’s way in pursuit of enforcement of the law are harmed or come under attack from those whose criminal pursuits they seek to deter, not only do law-abiding citizens have a duty to roundly condemn such acts and to insist that the perpetrators are determinedly ferreted out and suitably punished, but the state itself has an obligation to place every available resource at the disposal of the effort to hunt down and apprehend the guilty parties.
Dear Editor, The Health Department of the Region #3 Administration has some practices that are in conflict with Public Service Ministry Rules and Regulations with regards to the employ of Nursing Staff at the West Demerara Regional Hospital.
Dear Editor, Efforts by the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) via the media to elevate the conversation of race and employment within this institution with the statistical breakdown of those in its employ are noted (SN June 10, 2018).
Dear Editor, The Chairman of Gecom should be lauded for taking the bold step of quickly releasing those staff numbers and identifying the ethnic composition of the entity.
Dear Editor, Some form of action needs to be taken by the Ministry of Social Protection to avoid the unbearable recurring punishment which old age pensioners have to endure when they turn up at the Suddie Post Office to collect their money at the beginning of the month.
Dear Editor, I find it quite strange that some of the policies at Republic Bank are not customer friendly.
Dear Editor, I refer to SN’s editorial of Wednesday 30-05-2018 headlined `Sad day at school’ where you gave your take on the treatment meted out to the nine year old Amerindian kid by the administration of Mae’s Schools on the occasion of culture day.
Dear Editor, It’s a relief to see the minibus operators picketing for a reduction in gas prices, instead of increases in fares.
Dear Editor, Since Independence in 1966, did Guyana ever stand on its own without returning to the British Government for any assistance of any kind?
As the government inches along with presenting the final draft of its local content policy (LCP) for the oil and gas sector, it released from its major operator thus far, Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limited (EEPGL) a list of 227 goods and services suppliers utilised this year.
Dear Editor, Upon the completion and opening of the roundabout at the Kitty seawall, the Ministry of Public Infra-structure released an instructional video to enlighten road users on the correct way to make use of the roundabout.
Dear Editor, Anyone who fails to accept the fact that there is a strong correlation between race and politics in Guyana is either short-sighted at best or completely out of touch with our current political realities.
Dear Editor, It is with a painful surprise that we read in a letter from Rev.
Dear Editor, There are several reports of lawyers based in Georgetown taking cases from Essequibians and not adequately representing them.
Dear Editor, I called 911, but I didn’t get help. I pray that I don’t have an emergency in this country.
Chief Justice (acting) Roxane George’s decision on Friday upholding what is now the unfettered discretion by President Granger in deciding who should be Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission is the most retrograde development in the arena of electoral laws and reforms since 1991.