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Jagdeo responds to Trotman’s letter: Says he draws attention to many unanswered questions

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IT has been brought to my attention that a letter sent to me by Minister of Natural Resources, Mr. Raphael Trotman, MP., has been released to the public. I was informed that this letter was received by my office late yesterday evening. I will respond comprehensively to its content later ...

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Letter: Political interference at UG

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THE new Vice Chancellor of the University of Guyana has reportedly said that he is prepared to walk away from the job if there is any political interference by government in the management and administration of the university.

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Letter: Jagdeo was the first President to visit City Hall

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IT seems difficult if not impossible for some of the imperceptive and deceitful leaders at City Hall, to practice the virtue of honesty even if for just one day.

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Letter: The question is ‘why the scrapping (of the fuel export licence)’

sam hinds

A Government can end a licence for good cause and according to set procedures, which seek to assure fair play.

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Letter: City Hall turning a blind eye to the Capital’s vagrant issue?

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GEORGETOWN is the capital city of Guyana, but it’s in a very bad state because of the number of vagrants, touts, beggars, thieves, and white collar crooks who roam in it.

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Letter: Questions of democracy, transparency and accountability at City Hall

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PLEASE permit me space in your newspaper to highlight my deep concerns and reservations about this parking meter agreement for the City of Georgetown which has been in the news recently.

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Letter: Rodney’s widow thanked CoI for excellent job at forum in Jamaica

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THE widow of Walter Rodney and his brother, Donald, have commented on the Commission of Inquiry (CoI) report at a forum held in Jamaica last week. Patricia Rodney thanked the Commission for an excellent job while the brother though satisfied with the report felt that it was not sufficiently or ...

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Letter: Concocted allegations of fraud and corruption to justify firings

irfaan

IN responding to the charges made regarding the ‘1000 home’ project advanced under the People’s Progressive Party/ Civic (PPP/C) administration, several facts must be underscored.

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Letter: On Granger telling youths to wait their turn

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EDITOR, President Granger made a controversial call when he decided not to have any young persons in his cabinet. When the news broke that he will not place any youths at the helm of any Ministry, there was a huge uproar and outcry.

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