I am a Swing Vote

By Saieed I. Khalil Mr. Khalil is a final year Economics student at the University of Guyana. Our pattern of voting influences the nature of government and its policies. The power to freely and informedly choose the political and socioeconomic data by way of the ballot is what constitutes the lynchpin of a peaceful democracy. Ideally, elections ought to reward governments for good policies and … Continue reading I am a Swing Vote

To Roger F. Luncheon – On Democracy, Trust and Tragedy

Dear Roger F. Luncheon: I had a bone to pick with you about that USAID Leadership and Democracy (LEAD) project. However, bone picking is exactly why we are the way we are. I have been many things, I am many things, I will be many things but I will never become the bone-picking-Bharrat. Truth is the currency I deal in. After you announced that Cabinet … Continue reading To Roger F. Luncheon – On Democracy, Trust and Tragedy