Uproar over CJ's role
Posted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Uproar over CJ's role
Opposition and Independent Senators have expressed concern over a revelation by Justice Minister Emmanuel George that Chief Justice (CJ) Ivor Archie had an input in the Prison Amendment Bill before it was brought to the Senate for debate yesterday.
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IS A NEW environmental bill proposing to introduce draconian new measures for policing the population
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