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  1. Patrick Reid
    Patrick Reid at |

    It is interesting to see that The Guyana Government is still pussyfooting around the Issue/s of The Fundamental Human Rights of Members of Its Society. This not only includes The Rights of the LGBT Community, but, also The Rights of Those Homeless Persons who I see everyday on the Streets of Georgetown. I have been here for the past three months. I am appalled at the lack of enforcement when it comes to the traffic. One is almost afraid to walk on the streets. The cars are speeding out of their lanes and drivers are discourteous to pedestrians. I also hate how the mini buses play their music at a loud rate. Is this music being played to entertain the passengers as well as the public? I notice too, that minibus drivers and conductors are disrespectful to the elderly. As more Guyanese and other Foreigners arrive to Celebrate The Country’s 50th Independence, I hope that more positive measures will be taken to correct these problems which are ongoing.

    In The U.S., one always hear ‘GOD BLESS AMERICA’. I Pray that GOD CONTINUES TO BLESS AND PROSPER ALL GUYANESE.

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  2. Jack Welsh
    Jack Welsh at |

    There are more pressing issues the government of guyana needs to deal with than gay rights.

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    1. Drew Jordan
      Drew Jordan at |

      Exactly, the government and police shouldn’t be spending time criminalizing homosexuality when they have so many problems with child sexual abuse, child labour, electricity, drinking water, etc etc

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