PM fires seven ministers since 2011
Posted: Wednesday, August 29, 2012
PM fires seven ministers since 2011
COLLIN PARTAP may have been the latest minister to get axed by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, but he was not the first.
Dana: Partap can still be charged
'Cops have up to six months'
Collin spoke in favour of breathalyser
Just eight months before he was fired for failing to take a breathalyser test, former minister in the Ministry of National Security Collin Partap was lamenting that citizens were not changing their alcohol consumption patterns despite the breathalyser legislation.
Acting CoP: I had to step in
WHILE Minister of National Security Jack Warner said on Monday Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams was called by Cumuto MP Collin Partap to the Belmont Police Station to deal with a "confrontational situation" there on Sunday, Williams yesterday said he was not specifically "directed to" Belmont.
...Partap keeping low profile
Prakash: Partap firing unfortunate
Legal Affairs Minister and Congress of the People Political Leader, Prakash Ramadhar says it was "very unfortunate that a decent and good human being" like Collin Partap ended up in a situation which led to his being fired from his post...
Suruj supports firing of minister
It would seem that former minister in the Ministry of National Security Collin Partap is not receiving any sympathy from his government colleagues, as Local Government Minister Dr Surujrattan Rambachan is supporting his dismissal.
Lee Sing pulls out 50th Independence celebrations after tiff with Jack on 'gang' meeting
Duke loses in court
THREE SUSPENDED Public Services Association (PSA) members who were suspended last year by their president, Watson Duke, have emerged victorious in the courts; their positions having been reinstated.
Cops raid Dorata Street
FOLLOWING last weekend's murder spree, in which four persons including a ten-year-old boy were gunned down along Dorata Street in Laventille, a large contingent of heavily armed police officers swooped down yesterday in a major exercise along the street.
AN UNSPECIFIED glitch at the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (TTEC) led to several communities in western Trinidad and parts of downtown Port-of-Spain and St James being without electrical power, while elsewhere, there were power surges and low voltage.
Imbert: Breach of Integrity Act if Jack buys newspaper
National Security Minister Jack Warner might be breaching the Integrity in Public Life Act if he bought the Mirror or Newsday, according to Opposition MP Colm Imbert. Imbert
'I regret they stopped beating in schools'
Jack urges parents to go back to basics
PoS Mayor claims Jack offered 'gangsters' jobs in meeting
Therese delays return to T&T
Outgoing ambassador Therese Baptiste-Cornelis, who was expected in T&T in time for a September 3 meeting with Government, is still in Geneva and is expected to attend celebrations of T&T's Independence there, Government officials said yesterday.
'They're ignorant of the laws of T&T'
Fury over Jack, Kamla faces on flag
Councillor warns: Beware of nepotism
MPs to get $10m fund
Raymond Ramcharitar: Beauty in a time of ugliness
Tony Fraser: Trini races remain divided
Rickey Singh: Dr Williams in T&T's Independence
George Alleyne: No compensation for slaves
'Pull up your pants'
NATIONAL Security Minister Jack Warner says the popular trend among young people to wear pants low on their buttocks is a precursor to an attitude of indiscipline and delinquency and he plans to target, "these guys who wear their pants on their buttocks."
Pathologist: Open Forensic 24/7
THE RAPID rise in murders has led to Forensic Pathologist Dr Valery Alexandrov calling for the Forensic Science Centre in St James to be opened 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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