OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER
13-15 ST. CLAIR AVENUE, ST. CLAIR
REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
MEDIA STATEMENT ON THE “PROVISIONAL SUSPENSION” OF JACK WARNER
It is a fundamental tenet of the rule of law that a man is innocent until proven guilty.
This right is enshrined in the constitution of the republic of Trinidad and Tobago and is an important pillar in our system of justice.
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By Raffique Shah
May 28, 2011
WHEN discussions on Indian Arrival Day first surfaced sometime in the 1970s, United Labour Front (ULF) founding ideologue Lennox Pierre insisted that I should intervene in the debate over a public holiday to mark the Indian presence in Trinidad. At the time, the Indian Review Committee, led by Ramdath Jagessar, vociferously argued in favour of marking the arrival of Indian immigrants in 1845.
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