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Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir:For the almost three million people Jamaica has, many have neither a birth certificate nor a passport. How in the world will this National Identification System foolishness be achieved when many...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The recent statement by Lord Tariq Ahmad, British minister of state with responsibility for the Caribbean, Commonwealth and the United Nations, that "it would be better for Jamaica to look ahead and to maximise its potential through...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I enjoyed reading your article published in The Gleaner on Friday, November 17, titled 'Pregnancy is not a disease'. It is obvious that you were taught the nuances of pregnancy, and have 'embraced' the concept of the right to life of...

THE EDITOR, Sir:The recent arrest of a mother reporting the sexual abuse of her son by police officers at the Clarks Town Police Station is a glaring example of the weaknesses of the police force in handling sensitive matters.Notwithstanding the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:In response to a letter by the opposition spokesman on national security, Fitz Jackson, entitled 'Stubborn Holness Hinders Successful Crime Fight'; it is a matter of the pot calling the kettle black. This, from a man who knows his...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Jamaica's national security administration is in crisis. The Government has been callous and seemingly numb to the killing of Jamaicans. Since the incumbency of the Holness...

THE EDITOR, Sir:It was with a deep sense of home-grown pride that I watched Jamaican Blaise Bicknell capture the recently concluded ITF Level Five lawn tennis tournament held at the Liguanea Club recently.Blaise is one of the hardest-working tennis...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I hasten to state that I have not been privileged to see and read the National Identification Bill now being debated in the Parliament; but, my word, all of 168 amendments, to date? That is two amendments for each of the 84 combined...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I fully endorse the Government in finally trying to implement the national identification system project.As I sat in the Senate gallery on Monday, I realised how members on both sides of the House didn't really appreciate how the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Let me join the thousands of informed Jamaicans against the National Identification System (NIDS) bill, either in part or in its entirety. Having or not having the NIDS is the least of our pressing problems. What about criminal-...
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