Feb 26, 2021 Letters
I did not read your day’s publication, but a copy of its report on the disgusting behaviour of so called Parliamentarians in Guyana was actually read in Canada, with the appropriate degree of revulsion and brought to my distasteful attention; and, hopefully by this note, the regretful embarrassment of not only of the named actors, but also of their supportive colleagues, along with whom the Speaker cannot be forgiven, for allowing such a morally debilitating performance.
How do these malfunctionaries explain their delinquency to their children? How can the latter explain their embarrassment when confronted by friends and playmates? How (in the absence of Speaker control) is the quality of our Parliament to be judged by the local representatives of Foreign Governments, our Caricom colleagues; and perhaps even more devastatingly defended by our diplomats whose moral status would have been compromised by those who initially took pride in their appointment?
Guyanese around the world would have bowed their heads in deep shame while the more religious would find it necessary to pray for redemption, however inaccessible.
On behalf of citizens everywhere this is to ask that the Speaker demands a motion of apology be entered on behalf of the defective actors and on his own behalf, for facilitating the degradation of character, which the community of Parliamentarians have wrought on our country.
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