Open policy To the Editor
Guyana Chronicle
February 27, 2002

WITHIN more recent times it has been most welcome to note an increase in volume of letters appearing in the pages of the Guyana Chronicle, but why must to a large degree, the letters be so absolutely predictable. Is it a case that more varied views are not directed to the Chronicles’ letter pages? Quite unlikely, so that I must appeal that a more open policy be put in place. I am sure that only good will accrue to the paper. How about it mister editor?

Nicholas Mohamed.

Editor’s note: Our letter pages are reflective of the correspondence we receive. As a National Newspaper we always have an open policy and have indeed been entertaining varied views.