Govt says step down but Hafizool defiant
Posted: Friday, February 1, 2013
Govt says step down but Hafizool defiant
Asked to step down as commissioner in coup enquiry...
Govt mum on Coup Enquiry commissioner
GOVERNMENT will not make any pronouncements on questions relating to the qualifications of Dr Haffizool Ali-Mohammed to be a member of the Commission of Enquiry into the July 27, 1990 attempted coup.
NO CHARGE FOR BAKR
DPP washes hands of prosecuting Jamaat leader for refusing to testify at coup enquiry
Duprey: Selected sales will bring down CLICO empire
Former executive chairman of the collapsed CL Financial conglomerate (CLF) Lawrence Duprey is criticising the sale of select assets of the empire he created.
Tewarie: Jobless rate below 6%
THE LATEST unemployment figures for this country is just below six per cent...
A DOCUMENT submitted yesterday at the enquiry into the terror attacks of 1990 was yesterday ordered sealed and placed "under lock and key" after it was tendered into evidence...
Moore: Righteous victory for PNM
JUSTICE Minister Christlyn Moore has described the Tobago House of Assembly's (THA) election results as a "righteous victory" by the People's National Movement (PNM).
Jack to speak on his future in TOP Tuesday
Ashworth Jack's future as leader of the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) will be announced next week...
London seeks different approach on Tobago Bills
Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Chief Secretary, Orville London, has called for the establishment of two technical committees representing the THA and central Government to discuss the whole issue of internal self-government for Tobago.
Govt's choice for President Monday
A special meeting of Cabinet is set for Monday to confirm the Government's nominee for the post of President.
...Rowley won't support MP or Cabinet member
Former judges in the mix for prez post
Former ambassador to the United Nations Dr Marjorie Thorpe, political analyst Dr Hamid Ghany, Chief Justice Ivor Archie and former head of missions and public service head Reginald Dumas are among those suggested by government officials for the post of President...
PP picks 1
PRIME MINISTER Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday said that the People's Partnership (PP) Government has one nominee for the post of President...
New call for Manning, Panday to testify
There has been yet another call, this time in the closing stages of the commission of enquiry into the July 1990 uprising, for insurrection leader Abu Bakr
Ex-cop at coup inquiry: Invasion could have been avoided
Not enough cops at Red House
Former acting clerk of House: Ex-Speaker tried to get Libyan plane to land
While he was Speaker of the House, Nizam Mohammed tried to arrange for the landing of a Libyan aircraft during the 1990 attempted overthrow of the government by Jamaat al Muslimeen insurgents...
PARLIAMENT staff were the unsung heros of July 1990, former Acting Clerk of the House of Representatives Raphael Herbert Cumberbatch...
Deyalsingh begs for NIB claimants
...just as a smashed glass at Parliament was fixed the same day, so too should National Insurance Board (NIB) claimants have their cases addressed promptly, rather than waiting for years.
Bhoe: Make allowances for multi-family homes
THE PLANNING Ministry will be taking to Cabinet a recommendation to allow people who have established homes in certain areas of the country to have multi-family dwellings
Baron robbed of $50,000 bracelet
CALYPSONIAN "The Baron" or the "Sweet Soca Man", is not singing too sweetly these days after he was robbed of his $50,000 bracelet in East Port of Spain.
$50,000 fine for possession of ganja
THE man who left his two-year-old son behind as he grabbed a bag of marijuana and ran from the police, was yesterday ordered to pay a fine of $50,000.
Man jailed over cocaine for lover
A 60-year-old man who claimed he went to buy cocaine for a woman he was going to have an affair with, was jailed for four months on Wednesday.
State attorney still needed to prosecute 11
A STATE attorney is yet to be appointed to prosecute a case in which 11 persons are charged with attempting to defraud the Parliament of almost $300,000.
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