The ruling of the two judges was disheartening

Dear Editor, A friend of mine who is an attorney and also holds a ministerial position in another country, once told me that the ethics in law is different from that of the practice of physicians as lawyers generally are not held to the standards of the medical profession.

The UK and Guyana

No one has ever seen anything like it before in the UK. In fact, there are no precedents for it in the parliamentary record.

Not a verdict

Dear Editor, By their own reasoning, the Court of Appeal has not delivered a verdict: all three judges would have to agree.

NZ PM stood tall after terror attack

Dear Editor, The Prime Minister of New Zealand,  Jacinda Ardern, might not be tall, but she certainly stood tall for her country and particularly the Muslim community, following the recent horrific terrorist attacks on two mosques in that country.

No water at Eccles Old Road

Dear Editor, It is very disturbing to witness the suffering for water especially during the short holiday season, can you imagine no water and in the homes of people at Eccles Old Road near to the Oxygen Company?

Alarming number of child abuse cases

The cases of child abuse reported to the Child Protection Agency for 2018 numbered a stunning 4,917, according to a statement emanating from agency Director, Ms Ann Greene.

The future of education

There are several things happening now in the world that can and will change the nature of education in the very near future.

Acid test of credibility of elections is the willingness of the loser(s) to concede defeat

Dear Editor, In a recent letter (SN, March 17th, 2019), Mr. Vincent Alexander, Commissioner of GECOM, made a rather cryptic comment that leaves me wondering if the episode I relate below might be part of what he might have meant by “intermediary” in his statement that “The never-held … Houston bye-election in 1961, Boodhoo`s  malfeasance in 2006 – 2011 … and the unlawful issuance of proxies and consequentially illegal voting in Mabaruma in the 2018 local government elections represent the alpha, part intermediary and omega of electoral malfeasance in Guyana, to date.” It must have been in the 1980s, on the ground floor of the Dorothy Bailey Health Centre on South Road.

Citizens can take a variety of actions to defend the Constitution

Dear Editor, At the recent Town Hall style meeting held by RISE to discuss consequences of the No-confidence motion and possible avenues for averting crisis, I clashed with ANUG representative Timothy Jonas when he asserted that no party other than APNU+AFC has the ‘muscle’ (his word not mine) to successfully apply pressure via protest action in Guyana.