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Letter: This APNU+AFC charade is window dressing for good governance

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The role of the Opposition is to question the government and hold them accountable to the people. A responsible press does very much the same. But while most journalists adhere to the principles of their noble profession, there are those who are forced to compromise their integrity to protect their ...

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Letter: Public auctions is common and best practice to confer licences in oil and gas sector

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A recent public statement on behalf of the Government of Guyana by Minister Trotman the Minister responsible for the natural resources sector in relation to the issuance of new oil and gas Exploration and Production licence was that “whether we go openly and publicly with international bids, or whether we ...

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Letter: Is the new Demerara Harbour Bridge another scandal in the making?

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The Guyanese people, I am sure are ripe with some excitement and welcomes the news of a new Demerara Harbour Bridge. This excitement, however, I am sure is now tempered with the facts that are becoming public and as such a public discussion is current.

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Op-Ed: OMINOUS SIGNS OF DICTATORSHIP

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When the APNU regime announced their plan to have a Commission of Inquiry (CoI) to investigate the Police, I had issued a warning that something was sinister in that CoI.

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Letter: APNU/AFC should stop hiding and provide answers

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I wish to put on record for public consumption my views as it relates to the current plague of corruption that has infected the APNU/AFC coalition Government and their insincerity in doing anything about it.

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Op-Ed: Petroleum Act does not prohibit disclosure of ExxonMobil contract

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The reason advanced by the government for its non-disclosure of the contract with the petroleum giant, ExxonMobil, is that there is a legal prohibition against such disclosure.

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Letter: To move forward we need to take the fight to City Hall

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Is there a mandate for the retention of the parking meters installed on the streets of Georgetown, the capital city? The 13 votes for and 12 against is but a pyrrhic victory for those in favour of the imposed parking meter contract and the parking meters installed in the city. ...

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Letter: THE PROCUREMENT COMMISSION MUST INVESTIGATE THE SECRET HEALTH INSURANCE DEAL

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Minister Joe Harmon’s clumsy refutation of my story that the APNU+AFC administration signed a secret, sole-sourced health insurance deal with the Surinamese Insurance company, ASSURIA, not only confirmed the story, but makes a strong case for the Public Procurement Commission to add this transaction to its bucket list of illegal ...

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Letter: David Hinds jaundice views are often in conflict with reality

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Last Thursday, September 7th, Kaieteur News featured an article in which WPA Executive Member, Dr David Hinds believes, “For the good of Guyana… PPP’s barrage has to be countered and stopped.”

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Letter: The Right to Work, The Right to Choose

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The recent pronouncement by Minister Keith Scott as it relates to the banning of single mothers who are security guards from working night shifts have been hailed by some as a good initiative. However, as golden as it may seem on the outside, one only needs to scratch the surface ...

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