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Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir: The recent ramblings uttered by the president of the PNPYO have brought into sharper focus how uninformed many are about the mainstream operations of the People’s National Party (PNP). After listening to the YO’s reason why deputy...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Note is taken of the Editorial comment in the Daily Gleaner (2019/04/22) regarding the reallocation of water from the National Irrigation Commission to the National Water Commission, in order to supply domestic water for proposed...

THE EDITOR, Sir: "The streets aren't made for everyone and that's why they have the sidewalk" (Anonymous). It is the same way with the Parliament and I draw this parallel because of the constant bully behaviour of the Member of Parliament for West...

THE EDITOR, Sir: The Ministry of Education, Youth and Information and its agency, the Jamaica Teaching Council, share the concern of letter writer Zavia Davis published April 11 under the title ‘Teachers need to be licensed’ – specifically on the...

THE EDITOR, Sir: It is time for the Government of Jamaica to reinstate the state of public emergency (SOE) in St James. The Government (including the Opposition) has a foundational duty of care to protect citizens from violence. Prior to the...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Prime Minister Andrew Holness’ main weakness is the slow pace he takes to arrive at a decision. Many will argue that because of the political climate we are in, the prime minister needs to move slow in making a decision because if...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Open letter to Carole Bridge, a member of the Jamaica Coalition for a Healthy Society (JCHS): Women will always have abortions – that is a fact of life that you and the JCHS will just have to accept. No amount of guilt tripping,...

THE EDITOR, Sir: It was with great delight that many Jamaicans, and especially government employees, welcomed the announcement from Prime Minister Andrew Holness of the increased housing solutions and, coupled with that, an assurance of ensuring...

THE EDITOR, Sir: It was only a few days ago I wrote you a letter on the death of the Hon. Patrick Rousseau, which you kindly published. I write you again of the death of another good friend and Caribbean stalwart, Sir Alister McIntyre. While much...

THE EDITOR, Sir: With more churches per capita than any other country in the world, the irony of the heartrending crime and violence that occur in the nation on a daily basis is overwhelming, as the latest horror displaces the former. A child, or...
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