PM still goes ahead
Posted: Saturday, August 9, 2014
PM still goes ahead
Concerns raised in cabinet on reform bill
DEBATE GOES ON
Calls to withdraw constitution reform bills, delay Monday's Parliament sitting but govt presses ahead…
CRC member: Don't rush reform debate
Another member of the Constitution Reform Commission (CRC) has called for the debate on the Constitution (Amendment) Bill to be deferred.
Runoff voting 'fairer system'
THE CONSTITUTION Reform Commission (CRC), in an addendum to its December 2013 report submitted to the Office of the Prime Minister...
HOMELESS AFTER GLASGOW
TWO-TIME Trinidad and Tobago 110 metre hurdles Olympian Mikel Thomas, has been kicked out of his Florida apartment and forced to abruptly end his 2014 competitive season due to the unavailability of Elite Athlete Assistance Programme (EAAP) funds from the Ministry of Sport
Dr Hodge hits 'legislative railroading'
ONE of the members of the Constitution Reform Commission – which in a July addendum to its report recommended the passing of proposals as soon as possible – has called for a "decent period of discussion"
As dissenting reform bill voices grow, AG knocks Hodge
COP defends Dr Hodge
Former prime minister Basdeo Panday:
Warner: Protest the bill Monday
Come out on Monday and protest and demand the Government withdraws the Constitution (Amendment) Bill.
Ramesh vows to stop reform bill
Believes is a ruse to steal the 2015 general election.
Democracy under threat
Rowley urges citizens: Reject run-off voting...
'We can't invade Venezuela'
PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has said Government will continue to do its best to deal with the continued detainment of five Trini Muslims but...
PS's lawyer heads to court with Life Sport- Creed made a scapegoat
UTT campus affected
Duke turns attention to NAPA's health and safety issues:
Re-Route Movement loses another round
The Highway Re-Route Movement (HRM) has lost another round in its battle to halt work on the Debe to Mon Desir segment of the Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway extension to Pt Fortin.
Rowley writes IC on food card plans
... use the State-funded food card programme as political campaigning in the next general election.
'Be patient: Manning to reveal plan in due course'
...member of Parliament and former prime minister Patrick Manning had not yet decided to bow out of politics.
Suspect running from cops killed by unknown gunman
Fifty-two-year-old Richard Phillip ran into a track along lower Dibe Road, Long Circular, in an attempt to hide from a party of Western Division officers who were seeking him in relation to enquiries into criminal activities.
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