Volney paying now
Posted: Friday, September 21, 2012
Volney paying now
THE firing of Justice Minister Herbert Volney, two days ago by Prime Minister Kamla Persad- Bissessar, was karma for his controversial 1998 dismissal of a manslaughter trial against Brad Boyce, who was before the High Court for the 1996 killing of Jason Johnson.
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Ex-minister to escape sanctions in the House?
Former justice minister Herbert Volney is unlikely to face any sanctions from the Parliament for breaching his undertaking to proclaim the Administration of Justice (Indictable Proceedings) Act only after all the infrastructure was in place to implement the law.
Imbert: Police should talk to Volney
DIEGO Martin North/East MP Colm Imbert: "I think that the police need to talk to Mr Volney. He (Volney) needs to explain to the police why did he introduce this bill in the House of Representatives, why did he introduce that amendment in the Senate?"
DPP Gaspard: No comment
Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard on firing of Justice Minister Herbert Volney
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Call elections now
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Find out if Volney had help, says Mary King
Former minister Mary King said yesterday the Integrity Commission should investigate the circumstances surrounding the early proclamation of Section 34.
It's a matter for Parliament, says Integrity commissioner
Member of the Integrity Commission Neil Rolinson has said breaching the code of conduct on the part of Parliamentarians is supposed to be handled by the Parliament.
Gordon: 'Integrity' still to look into controversy
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COP: Remove extradition from AG to DPP
CONGRESS of the People (COP) Leader, Prakash Ramadhar, yesterday called for the removal of the responsibility for extradition matters away from the Minister of the Attorney General
Abdulah: AG needs to go too
Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) leader David Abdulah said while the Prime Minister "quite correctly" fired former minister of justice Herbert Volney, " her absolution of the Attorney General Anand Ramlogan was totally unacceptable".
Rowley seeks meeting with MSJ
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley is seeking a meeting with the leader of the Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) David Abdulah to formulate a programme of action to deal with challenges facing the country
Cadiz: Decision to fire Volney wasn't easy
TOURISM Minister Stephen Cadiz lauded the People's Partnership Government and Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar's decision to fire former justice minister Herbert Volney over the Section 34 issue.
'I'm grateful to serve TT'
TOBAGO-born attorney Christlyn Moore, 40, yesterday expressed gratitude for the opportunity to serve in Cabinet.
Confusion over swearing-in of new Justice Minister
The swearing-in of Justice Minister-designate Christlyn Moore, which was expected to take place yesterday, has been postponed to early next week.
Baynes gives up Senate seat to new Justice Minister
Tobago Senator Terrance Baynes moves out of the Senate to make way for another Tobagonian, Christlyn Moore.
St Joseph supports Volney
In spite of the firing of their Member of Parliament, Herbert Volney, by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, the majority of constituents polled in St Joseph, Mt Lambert and Aranjuez yesterday, were supportive of him.
UNC St Joseph supports Kamla
The United National Congress (UNC) St Joseph Constituency Executive has come out in support of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, who on Thursday night fired the area's Member of Parliament, Herbert Volney, the former minister of Justice, over the Section 34 fiasco.
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Cabinet on Thursday awarded 372 scholarships to students who wrote the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE).
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$1.2M in cocaine seized at Piarco Airport
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4-year-old 'ganja' case thrown out
A NO-CASE submission was successfully argued by a senior attorney on Thursday which led to a Port-of-Spain magistrate dismissing a four year-old narcotic case against the attorney's client.
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