Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Letters to the editor

COMMENTARY: The Black must be discharged!

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By Sir Ronald Sanders (The writer is Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the United States and the OAS.  He is a Senior Fellow at the Institute...

COMMENTARY-CCJ-Success Hurdles Futility and Failure

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COMMENTARY-The CCJ – A Court for the People

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By Sir Ronald Sanders (The writer is Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the U.S. and the OAS.  He is also a senior fellow at the Institute...

COMMENTARY:Maintaining independence: the imperative of diplomacy

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By Sir Ronald Sanders (The writer is Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the U.S. and the OAS and High Commissioner to Canada.  The views expressed...

COMMENTARY: Cynic View On The CCJ Referendum Debacle

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Antigua and Barbuda is expected to hold a referendum on November 6, 2018 to determine whether we should consider the Caribbean Court of Justice...

LETTER: The other side of the UHSA payment issue

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I have been reading the news about UHSA over the months, and I decided that it is time that some of us who are still here...

COMMENTARY: Was acting Police Commissioner Atlee Rodney Duped?

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                                                       RAWLSTON POMPEY Where there was no commonality of understanding of one’s ‘...powers; ...role and functions; ...areas of responsibility and/or procedures, though not necessarily so...

LETTER: Nightmare continues for staff at University

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Dear Editor,When will this nightmare be over?  It is with much anger and frustration that I am penning these words to you. It has been more...

LETTER: The Financial Secretary must give us answers

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Dear Editor, Thanks to an Opposition Senator, we were made aware of a memo to senior civil servants about payments from the Treasury. Apparently, there is...

COMMENTARY: Mr. T. Finrass And The Foreign Calypso Judge

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MR T. FINRASS AND THE FOREIGN CALYPSO JUDGE By Vellie Nicholas-Benta During any adjudication process (be it legal or otherwise) things can become dicey, very complicated—a...

LETTER: Gaston’s offer of assistance too late

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Dear Editor, I read in full, a statement on your website, where Prime Minister Gaston Browne has offered assistance to Dominica. I view this as an...

LETTER: Tian did not judge himself

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Dear Editor, I have listened and read a number of comments from members of the public after Tian Winter was crowned jumpy champion. The comments have...

COMMENTARY: Calamitous Affair Of An Antiguan Billionaire

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RAWLSTON POMPEY As indigent populations seek opportunities to escape the ‘...unceasing miseries; ...frustration and despair, associated with social ills, blamed on poverty,’ people of ‘mega...