Mon | Apr 22, 2019

Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir: Jamaica’s Foreign minister, Senator Kamina Johnson Smith, has explained Jamaica’s vote of acceptance of Juan Guaidó’s choice as ambassador to the Organization of American States (OAS) with the spurious argument that Guaidó’s...

THE EDITOR, Sir: So much fuss about road fatalities, and quite rightly so. The statistics are frightening, with no significant decrease or consistent improvement on yearly figures. The point is, a major contributory factor to such unfortunate...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Pertaining to your story that was brought to the public attention about security guards being robbed, it is no lie. It is even worse than you think. I work with a security company in St Elizabeth. Other guards work and I work 12-...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I write to express my condolences on the death of Patrick Rousseau. I worked with him for several years when he served, first as chairman of the National Bauxite Commission, and more specifically, the bauxite negotiating team. The...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Since the dawn of time, women have been raised so much different from their male counterparts because society viewed them as two vastly different entities, with different roles in society, simply based on their sex. Men were...

THE EDITOR, Sir: Responding to an article in Tuesday’s Gleaner by Patria-Kaye Aarons about privacy versus anonymity in relation to NIDS, I fully agree with the point that a national ID will allow all Jamaicans to be accountable to the State. I...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I keep seeing on social media that our babies are going missing each day, and yet our Jamaican law enforcement as well as those in the political system are not doing anything about this matter. I always tell myself that no one...

THE EDITOR, Sir: With the introduction of the National College for Educational Leadership (NCEL), the crème de la crème of every known institution is selected to complete the one-year aspiring principal’s programme to further enhance the...

THE EDITOR, Sir: I am using this medium to see if I can get some answers and assistance in the community of Patrick City in St Andrew, which is suffering immensely from the lack of water. I do understand that there is work going on that causes the...

THE EDITOR, Sir: The next Diaspora Conference is nigh – a mere weeks away. Again we will search for a strategy that will enable Jamaicans at home and abroad to build our nation. To date, we seem to be struggling to fine-tune the efforts Jamaicans...
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