SHOULD I RESIGN AS MP?
Posted: Friday, September 28, 2012
SHOULD I RESIGN AS MP?
Sacked Justice Minister Herbert Volney plans to meet residents of his St Joseph constituency who he says will "determine my future in Parliament."
JACK ATTACKS MEDIA
...warns journalists with an 'axe to grind' against the Govt to be clean themselves
...'Partnership quite clearly afraid'
Political scientist Dr Winford James has described the Government's paid programme Democracy Is Alive as an "extreme" response to the current political climate.
Govt wants daily programme on its accomplishments
The Government wants one hour per day of State-produced programming on its accomplishments to be aired on local radio and TV stations.
‘Party pays for prime-time’
GOVERNMENT yesterday said no State funds were used to pay for a simultaneous political broadcast on all television stations on Wednesday night, during which a panel of coalition ministers went on the offensive in an effort to do damage control in the wake of the Section 34 scandal.
Suruj: No state $$ used in Govt TV programme
No state funds were used to sponsor a live People's Partnership television broadcast on three local stations on Wednesday, touting the success of the People's Partnership Government.
...'He hasn't left the country'
Tim Gopeesingh said his son was still in the country and he did not want to say anything to jeopardise the investigations.
'Planass' victim calls for arrest
"I would like to see the perpetrator of this heinous act arrested right away. How can he not be arrested after all this time? What is going on? You have every piece of evidence...
Vote against AG
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley intends to file a motion of censure in the Parliament against Attorney General Anand Ramlogan.
Motion of censure against AG
Rowley on Section 34 fiasco...
Imbert: AG has the responsibility
Who is telling the truth? Does Attorney General Anand Ramlogan have responsibility for the criminal portfolio or not?
TT gets (US)$1.2M from US for security assistance
The United States recently signed an agreement to provide Trinidad and Tobago with US $1.2 million, for use in its security assistance programmes.
PNM, groups hold talks today on national issues
Parties say no coalition as...
Rowley meets unions
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley will meet today with members of the Joint Trade Union Movement (JTUM), the Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) and other civil organisations at 4 p.m. to discuss the Section 34 fiasco and other issues facing the country.
Lucky fights proposed clause in PCA Act
...says moves afoot to put authority under minister
Hand, foot and mouth disease at Rousillac school
...Concerned parents call for shutdown
PM appoints Sandy UN Ambassador
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday handed over instruments of appointment to Brigadier John Sandy, Ambassador-Designate and Permanent Representative to the Trinidad and Tobago Mission to the United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland.
Sandy replaces Therese
Former national security minister Brigadier John Sandy has been appointed to replace Therese Baptiste-Cornelis as the Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago to the United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland.
Manning's son denies$9m basketball grant
Brian Manning, son of former prime minister Patrick Manning, yesterday denied that he received $9 million to fund his National Professional Basketball League initiative in 2007.
Shelia Rampersad: Touch the media, but not Anand
Independent senator charges: Cepep funding criminal activities
Independent Senator Rolph Balgobin is calling for a "delink" between politicians and criminals. He was speaking at a pre-budget discussion, hosted by Presentation College Past Students Association,
Media freedom and independence
Hoping for difference in Howai's budget
Death threats from extortioner, says businessman
FOR the past three weeks Shymdeo Gosine has been having an uneasy time after receiving death threats.
Senator: Separate politicians, crooks
INDEPENDENT Senator Rolph Balgobin has made a call for a de-linking of the relationship between politicians and criminals.
No report...bigamist to return to court
Two months ago, Phillips, 55, of Couva, pleaded guilty to having two husbands at the same time.
Probation report for woman on bigamy charge
A Couva woman accused of marrying two men will know her sentence for bigamy next Wednesday.
Sex attacks on children
POLICE are investigating three unrelated cases of sexual assault committed on minors in the La Brea and Santa Flora districts.
Man claims memory loss made him miss court date
IN June, 2012, part-time fisherman Randy Lallo, went to sea on a fishing expedition, when he allegedly fell and hit his head on a rock causing him to lose his memory.
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