Don’t see the PPP/C winning with Irfaan Ali

Dear Editor, While Guyanese, Caribbean nationals and others in the wider world are anxiously awaiting the outcome of the “no confidence” hearing before the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) there are more important issues which are worrying Guyanese.

City’s littering dilemma

Recently, Georgetown Mayor, Ubraj Narine posited that the fine for littering should be increased from $10,000 to $40,000 to curb the distasteful habit that seems to be possessed by too many city dwellers.

Extraordinary leadership

For the past week at least, the name Jacinda Ardern has been in every international newspaper, her image plastered all over and the commentary on her latest actions is still ongoing, though not all of it is complimentary.

Winds of change

The Caribbean hurricane season runs from 1st June to 30th November, but last Sunday, the first heavy gales for the year struck the region.

Half a Judge does not exist

Dear Editor, Two Court of Appeal Judges out of an uneven three, Ruled that a “majority” is half rounded up plus one apparently, There can be no half a Judge, So there can be no politically inspired Judicial fudge, As mathematically half of three rounded up plus one is three.

Where to after the CCJ?

Dear Editor, There is an anticlimactic feel to the court decision(s). Now there is breathing space for re-strategising and repositioning, and none more so than for an opposition, which prematurely overreached.