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Letter: President Granger needs to respect our Constitution

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Much have been said about our protest in the National Assembly during the address of the President on Thursday, November 2.

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Letter: Perjury is a very serious act and the consequences should be dire

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It is now public knowledge that Mr James Patterson lied to The People of this country when he was sworn in by The President of Guyana. I used the word “lied” and not another euphemistic terms as a “lapse” on his part or an “oversight” when preparing his curriculum vitae, ...

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Letter: The AFC and the other Parties in the APNU are like an abused spouses

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Just around ten days ago, I penned a piece which was published in your newspaper on the 26th Oct, 2017, captioned “AFC statement on GECOM chairman confirmed its irrelevance in coalition” where I cited, among other things, the fact that the AFC was not consulted on such an important national ...

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Letter: We have seen a breakaway from 25 years of established procedure and a breach of the Constitution

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The letter from Communities Minister, Ronald Bulkan, who, interestingly enough, signed it, not as a government minister, but on behalf of the People’s National Congress Reform, warrants a response.

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Letter: To Avert This Entirely New Politically Disruptive Trajectory Fair Minded African Guyanese Must Speak Out Against This Departure

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It has not taken long for there to be the beginnings of what was to be feared consequent to our President Granger unilaterally appointing Justice James Patterson as Chairman of GECOM; contravening our Constitution in letter, in spirit and in the face of nearly twenty-five years of effective practice; jettisoning ...

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Letter: Patterson’s appointment an affront to our democracy and social cohesion, warrants condemnation

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In the face of an encroaching dictatorship there is no place for subtleness and diplomacy, the time for political correctness has elapsed.

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Letter: When a dictator is backed into a wall

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There is no limit to the excesses of a dictator when the odds are against him and this is the test case scenario unfolding before our very eyes.

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Letter: What has the ACDA done for Afro-Guyanese?

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I applaud the courage of Mr Albert Allen who boldly supported the Constitutional rights of the Leader of the Opposition in his letter “Linden is in Guyana and Jagdeo is a Guyanese” published in Kaieteur News on Wednesday, October 18.

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Letter: Inflammatory statements on GECOM stalemate must be rejected

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The Indian Action Committee (IAC) rejects any attempt to instigate a racially charged atmosphere regarding the current stalemate over the selection of the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM).

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Letter: Discourse surrounding the unilateral appointment of the GECOM Chairman has moved swiftly into the gutter

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I am compelled by every decent fibre in my consciousness to express outrage, disbelief and utter frustration that the discourse which surrounds the unilateral appointment of the GECOM chairman by President David Granger would move so swiftly into the gutter.

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