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Thursday, May 25, 2006

Dear Editor,

I am a daily reader of your newspaper online and would like to add my comments on a situation at hand. The crimes are out of control.

I am sure there are thousands of Guyanese born Americans and Guyanese born Canadians who would love to be business persons in Guyana.

I am sure thousands would like to visit and spend their money in the country where it can invest into something more profitable. But with crimes on the rise, more and more people are afraid to invest in a country where they don't feel safe.

After all, who would not love to see their country rise to the top? Until the crimes are under control or until the people in charge bring it under control, people will be hesitant to visit and spend money to develop a country that needs it. Because of the crimes, everything is suffering: education, businesses, agriculture, transportation, these are all major factors that make a country what it is today.

This is a country that needs all the economic help it can get in order to improve. Whoever is in charge needs to literally take charge and make things happen, otherwise the country will only suffer more. The sad thing is the people are the ones who are suffering.

Yours faithfully,

Anita Harold

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