'Take Ish and go' protesters say near US Embassy
Posted: Wednesday, September 19, 2012
'Take Ish and go' protesters say near US Embassy
That was the cry from participants in the PNM's march yesterday as they passed the US Embassy around the Queen's Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain.
'TAKE ISH AND GO'
Thousands march against Govt's handling of Section 34
Protesters demand answers
...Rowley presents petition on Section 34 to acting President
'Breach of trust'
The People's National Movement (PNM) has asked President George Maxwell Richards to get an explanation from Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar for the decision by the Cabinet to have Section 34 of the Administration of Justice (Indictable Proceedings) Act 2011 proclaimed early, on August 31.
'It's the beginning of the end for Govt'
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Keith Rowley yesterday led a march to President's House as he hand-delivered a petition, with more than 25,000 signatures, calling for President George Maxwell Richards to demand a written explanation from Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar as to why the controversial Section 34 was prematurely selected to become law.
Timothy to take Rowley's petition to PM
Call for Kamla to fire Ramlogan, Volney
'PNM playing blame game'
Minister of National Security Jack Warner
26 accused cry, 'Abuse'
TWENTY-SIX applications have been filed in the High Court in Port-of-Spain and San Fernando by persons seeking freedom from prosecution under the controversial Section 34...
Piarco 13 file to have charges struck out
Almost three weeks after the proclamation of the controversial Section 34 of the Adminstration of Justice (Indictable Offences) Act, 26 people have applied to the High Court to have charges against them struck out.
Lawyers want same judge to hear all Sc 34 matters
'Too late for Prakash to apologise'
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Keith Rowley has slammed Legal Affairs Minister Prakash Ramadhar for not speaking out against Section 34 in Parliament but opting instead to apologise after the fact.
'I HUMBLY APOLOGISE'
CONGRESS of the People (COP) political leader Prakash Ramadhar yesterday apologised for any part he may have played in the "awful fiasco" of the Section 34 scandal, breaking ranks from coalition partners UNC and TOP on the issue.
Prakash says sorry
...urges Govt to come clean
Moonilal: No need for PM to answer
Government Chief Whip in the Lower House, Dr Roodal Moonilal, has dismissed calls by Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley for Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar to explain why Government had called an emergency sitting of Parliament to repeal Section 34 ...
...Moonilal: Move on, focus on budget
COP executive votes to leave Govt
The Congress of the People (COP) national executive voted, by a majority, that the party should part ways with the Government.
Rowley slams PM's fly time
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley has claimed that Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar is wasting taxpayers' money by using national helicopters for unofficial business.
...vows never to return to T&T
Baptiste-Cornelis yet to return to 'headquarters'
Ministry on handing out of laptops: 'Rest days' by teachers caused delay
This year's Form One school children have not yet received their laptop computers
Man burnt to death in serial arsonist attack
RETIRED accountant Nizarmool Maccum-Hosein was burnt to death yesterday in his Couva home in a fire suspected to have been set by a petty thief turned serial arsonist.
Rickey Singh: Scenarios of 'frying-pan politics'
Reginald Dumas: A letter from an attorney
Raymond Ramcharitar: The Physics of Nationhood
Tony Fraser: Parliamentarians' position class-based
George Alleyne: Give us back Chaguaramas
9 days of peace
NATIONAL Security Minister Jack Warner yesterday boasted that in the nine days the police and army have set up camp in various parts of Laventille, there has been no murders committed in that hotspot community.
Warner blames PNM for Laventille's plight
Minister of National Security Jack Warner has distanced the People's Partnership from the volatile crime situation in Gonzales and Laventille, saying it did not occur overnight.
Jack: New crime plan to outline how people dress
The new crime plan formulated by National Security Minister Jack Warner will include guidelines dictating how people dress in public.
Viral video: officer arrested for slapping man
THE police officer who was caught on film slapping a man before arresting him and taking him away in a police vehicle was taken into custody yesterday morning.
PM to tour Laventille today
PRIME MINISTER Kamla Persad-Bissessar will be walking through the streets of Laventille today together with several other Ministers to meet with residents and listen to their concerns in the crime-stricken community.
Murder trial starts on Budget Day
A JUDGE in the San Fernando High Court has set Monday October 1, as the date in which the murder trial will commence against two young men charged for the 2006 killing of six-year-old Sean Luke.
Accused cop stabbed
SUSPENDED Police Corporal Darwin Ghouralal was stabbed in prison last week, his attorney revealed in the San Fernando Magistrates' Court yesterday.
Rapist lured into trap
A 31-YEAR-OLD Laventille man was lured into a police trap and arrested during a "sting" operation on Monday afternoon, following close work between a woman whom he had raped and Central Division police.
Police Bicycle Squad riding soon
AS PART of initiatives to combat crime, the Police Service (TTPS) is looking at expanding and deploying a Bicycle Squad into several crime hotspot areas including Laventille, in the coming months.
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