JUSTICE NELSON FOR PRESIDENT
Posted: Saturday, February 2, 2013
JUSTICE NELSON FOR PRESIDENT
Without its 12th man, San Fernando East MP Patrick Manning, the Opposition PNM is unable to nominate anyone to be the country's new President.
PNM PICKS JUDGE
Rowley wants Govt to consider CCJ's Justice Nelson for the next President of T&T
Ramesh calls on PM: Give citizens more time to nominate candidates
Former attorney general Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj has accused Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar of giving citizens little time for them to propose alternative candidates for the presidency.
Possible misuse, abuse of power, says Ramesh
PM's 'last-minute' naming of candidate
Al-Rawi: Presidential nominations just a 'farce'
People's National Movement (PNM) public relations officer Faris Al-Rawi yesterday called the People's Partnership consultation on the presidential nominations nothing more than a "farce".
Abdulah on nomination for President: Govt MPs duty-bound to name most competent candidate
Flying Squad operating secretly since last year
Hafizool Under Probe
Haffizool press conference cancelled
HOURS before it was due to take place, lawyers acting on behalf of Commissioner in the 1990 Attempted Coup Inquiry Haffizool Ali-Mohammed yesterday put off a press conference at which he was supposed to respond to allegations raised in newspaper reports.
In judge's hands
March 28 ruling
British QCs conclude Section 34 arguments
...Judge to rule before Easter
Lawyer: Gaspard's input not improper
...it is implausible for anyone to argue that Gaspard was abusing his powers when he advised Attorney General Anand Ramlogan to take steps to retroactively repeal Section 34 of the Administration of Justice (Indictable Proceedings) Act 2011.
TTPBA, Govt ministers hold talks as Legal battle looms over free airtime
The T&T Publishers and Broadcasters Association (TTPBA) yesterday maintained its objection to giving free airtime to government programmes.
Prakash: Constitution reform going public
Public consultations on the reform of the Constitution will begin across the country next month.
'Denial of HPV vaccines will cost more lives'
THE introduction of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines in schools is a progressive step for reproductive health in Trinidad and Tobago but withholding it would be regressive...
More health inspectors needed for PoS CityŚLee Sing
The Port-of-Spain City Corporation is badly in need of additional public health inspectors, especially with gyro carts and Chinese restaurants popping up at every street and corner.
I was abused
A DAY after being released from custody at the Gasparillo Police Station, where she was held for nine days, Jamaican Natalie Treasure yesterday cradled her twin daughters Mikayla and Mikaylee in her arms.
'Michael Jackson's killer was on the TV inside my head'
Man smashes Parliament, bank windows
Glen: Window-smasher has an address
...the man who allegedly smashed a sheet of glass at the front of the parliamentary chamber at Tower D of the International Waterfront Centre, Port-of-Spain, might not be homeless, because he has a known address.
Cops thwart diesel smugglers again
A routine police patrol in La Brea unearthed a million-dollar diesel racket at Station Beach, where the suspects were caught red-handed, loading filled containers of the fuel onto a pirogue on Thursday night.
Prison conditions creating monsters
Judge tells of Remand Yard 'hell-hole':
Woman stabbed to death in church
Death threats made against Fabiola Ramona Chacon became reality on Thursday evening when she was stabbed to death in the bathroom of a church at Longdenville, where she had gone to seek counselling for her troubled marriage.
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