Mon | Feb 19, 2018

Letters

THE EDITOR, Sir:The act of 97 judges meeting last Monday at the Supreme Court to discuss Bryan Sykes' acting chief justice appointment, as well as the contentious issue of the separation of powers, which effectively brought court proceedings across...

THE EDITOR, Sir:As one who lives in the community, I wholeheartedly welcome the decision to make it more convenient for vehicular and pedestrian traffic to traverse Barbican Square.I take issue, however, with the use of concrete and steel barriers...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I was recently driving down Red Hills Road. It was rush hour, so there was bumper-to-bumper traffic in the opposite direction.On reaching the corner at Cassia Park, I was shocked to see a taxi speeding towards me on my side of the...

THE EDITOR, Sir:In addition to the points that have been made in The Gleaner's editorial ('More waffle on Justice Sykes') on Friday, February 16, 2018, the prime minister is reminded that in appointing Justice Bryan Sykes as acting chief justice, he...

THE EDITOR, Sir:Despite the shortcomings of the Andrew Holness administration, the ruling party is performing reasonably well. Critics can play a role in keeping the administration accountable, but, unfortunately, several pundits are supporters of...

THE EDITOR, Sir:We are 30-plus yearly long-term (two to three months) regular visitors to Ocho Rios. We love the beach and fly thousands of miles to get here. We would appreciate if the UDC could make some concession in our situation and make it...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I often wondered how criminals sleep at night. My thinking was that as human beings they must suffer terribly when they think of the harm they cause to others. But I have started to believe that criminals are really not very...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I have noticed that the number of voices raising concerns over the road expansion work taking place in Barbican, St Andrew is growing. As the design andlayout take shape and the time the work has been going on drags out, more persons...

THE EDITOR, Sir:When the 97 judges took a break from the traditional and conventional way in which they have long operated, I was served, and generations to come were served. I want to thank the judges.I've heard the criticisms flung at them for...

THE EDITOR, Sir:I wonder why we still persist with this ceremonial opening of Parliament nonsense. What purpose does it serve, really? Why not just get on with the business of attending to the nation's affairs?In my opinion, with the kind of crime...
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