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Jamaica Gleaner Letters
published: Thursday | March 3, 2005

LETTER OF THE DAY - Should MPs live in their constituencies?
THE EDITOR, Sir: AS I think about political representation in Jamaica, and the notion of the member of Parliament residing in the constituency that he represents, I wonder ...

Golding's economic policy
THE EDITOR, Sir: IN AN address to the Association of Surgeons in Jamaica on February 20, 2005, one of the country's leading financiers compared investments to a game of dominoes. He said, 'reading the fundamentals right is the key to successful...


Cutting the umbilical cord
THE EDITOR, Sir: NEW ZEALAND cut its colonial umbilical cord from the Privy Council and set up its own Final Court of Appeal. The people of New Zealand are not unhappy with this arrangement. Why can't we emulate rather than attempt to re-invent the...


Firearm Act ­ long overdue
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE GLEANER of March 1, 2005 carried a front page story that is of great importance. It is the item regarding the proposed Firearm Act which would establish and govern a new firearms licensing regime. This act is expected to be passed...


Our leaders lack thought
THE EDITOR, Sir: WHAT I think is lacking in leadership today is thought. Several persons who push for power by the force of will, have not developed the art of reasoning and formulating logical strong ideas on how to govern an institution, be it a...


Gleaner ­ a champion
THE EDITOR, Sir: I MUST hail your newspaper for being champion for several decades. In fact, from your very little first publication... it was clear that freedom of speech is your objective...















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