Dear Editor, I am not a legal person but a common man who like the jurors in a criminal matter must decide on guilt or innocence based on the evidence provided in the particular case.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Revenue Authority wishes to respond to a letter published in the June 6, 2018 edition of the Kaieteur Newspaper, titled `We can’t continue governing with our heads buried in the sand like this’ written by Tony Vieira, as well as allegations in a Demerara Waves article alleging that ‘higher taxation’ was a reason for the closure of BEV Enterprises, a fishing company owned by Bruce Vieira.
Dear Editor, I have now become greatly heartened that someone from the Coalition Government is willing to support the exposure and fight against corruption in this corruption infested Region.
Dear Editor, GuySuCo’s current situation could be successfully fixed in a timely manner if both the political will and good corporate governance are undertaken.
Dear Editor, The quality of data being released into the public sphere leaves a great deal to be desired.
Dear Editor, I respectfully seek your esteemed newspaper’s accommodation for the publication of a few thoughts relating to LGBT and inspired in part by a letter appearing in your publication of June 4, 2018 from Mr.
Dear Editor, In my view the AFC is missing a window of opportunity to reassert itself in the political space.
Dear Editor, It was pleasing to read that P.A.H.O consultant Dr. Mariano Bonet, congratulated the government and the Civil Defence Commission for their disaster readiness plan, which focused primarily on epidemic control.
Last week, a Brooklyn army base called the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency when a pizza delivery man could not produce adequate documentation.
Dear Editor, In so many of idle (re)tired moments I have been grappling with the current forms and expressions of ‘intelligence’.
Dear Editor, Since taking over the levers of power in Guyana the PNC-led APNU+AFC regime has displayed a remarkable lack of concern for people’s welfare.
Dear Editor, Using the Bible to exclude or attack people is morally unconscionable.
Dear Editor, Women in Guyana continue to be murdered at the hands of our men and something needs to be done urgently to address this issue.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Elections Com-mission is a constitutional commission established by Article 161 of the Constitution.
Dear Editor, History is replete with examples of rights deprivations. Sometimes it actually seems easy.
Dear Editor, I feel compelled to support the condemnation appearing in SN’s columns of Tuesday, June 5th, of the vacuity that was wantonly labelled as ‘Carnival’, albeit from a more nationalistic perspective.
One critical flaw in the management of this country that has not changed even one iota, despite the changes in the managers over the years, is our seemingly wilful or unwitting neglect of many state institutions, both with regard to systems and infrastructure.
Dear Editor, Indian Arrival was celebrated in New York City last Sunday June 3 with an entertainment packed cultural variety concert and singing and dancing competition at the Smokey Park in the heart of Richmond Hill, popularly known as “Little Guyana” because of the hundreds of thousands of Guyanese who are settled there.
Dear Editor, A few years ago, on the eve of the determination of Gocool Boodoo`s contract as the Chief Election Officer of the Guyana Elections Commission, the People`s Progressive Party took to the media accusing the “PNCR” Commissioners of targeting Indo-Guyanese for dismissal.
Dear Editor, One of the first acts of the recently elected Mia Mottley Government of Barbados was that of engagement with the trade union and business communities, briefing them as to the state of affairs in that country’s economy and the starting of the process of soliciting ideas.
Dear Editor, I am a communications consultant and freelance writer; a profession that suited my previous remote location on the Linden Highway.
Dear Editor, I cannot foresee that verification of the staff composition at Gecom should be either a time-consuming or an intricate undertaking.
Dear Editor, I have long advocated for the statue of British Monarch, Queen Victoria to be removed from in front of the Supreme Court and placed on the grounds of the British High Commission or at the Haags Bosch dumpsite.