JUDGE BUFFS JLSC
Posted: Saturday, June 3, 2017
JUDGE BUFFS JLSC
A HIGH COURT judge issued a strong reprimand to the Judicial and Legal Service Commission (JLSC) at the hearing of a lawsuit over its failure to say whether it will release documents and information on the process used in the appointment of three new judges
You must accept responsibilty for blunder
MARTIN DALY SC has described Thursday' vote of no confidence against Chief Justice Ivor Archie and the Judicial and Legal Services Commission (JLSC) as an "absolute watershed moment in the pursuit of accountability by public officials."
Persad-Bissessar calls on Archie to step down
CHIEF JUSTICE Ivor Archie should put the country and the justice system first and resign given the current impasse in the former Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar's debacle says leader of the Opposition Kamla Persad-Bissessar.
CJ Archie flies off to Barbados
ONE day after the Law Association passed a historic no confidence motion calling on his resignation, Chief Justice Ivor Archie has left the country for Barbados.
'Don't expect my resignation'
CJ defiant in the face of resignation calls
Minister Young: Our judicial system is stable
MINISTER in the Office of the Prime Minister Stuart Young has told citizens and potential foreign investors that this country's political and judicial systems are stable.
Imbert: US$2.5 billion forex lost
Imbert said the consistent decline in the supply of forex over the last three years was connected to the sustained slowdown in the local energy sector.
TTEC owes NGC US$458M
Diversification high on agenda
MINISTER in the Office of the Prime Minister Stuart Young says that proposed trade and investment initiatives were the perfect opportunity for TT to diversify its economy.
Fuad: T&T minister 'patted down' by Jamaica immigration
...despite the fact that her diplomatic status was disclosed to them.
Al Rawi: More litigation coming
LIKENING ongoing corruption investigations to "ripened fruit", Attorney General Faris Al Rawi yesterday said the country can expect more litigation in the civil courts as government moves to stamp out corrupt activities.
No move against OAS head
FOREIGN and Caricom Affairs Minister Dennis Moses yesterday said Government will not ask TT's representative to the Organisation of American States (OAS) to move a motion for the removal of OAS Secretary-General Luis Almagro.
Tewarie, Hinds squabble on Marriage Bill
Bhoe: Allow marriage at 16 with consent
Tewarie made the recommendation during yesterday's Parliament debate on proposed legislation to allow marriage at 18 and to outlaw child marriages.
We followed all rules
Trade show operators on closure of expo by Tunapuna corporation:
Teen knifed to death by mentally ill relative
...he fought for his life, say cops
US deportee shot dead; teen fatally stabbed
Determined to get their target after a failed attempt yesterday morning, two killers cornered a US deportee at a garage on the Eastern Main Road, San Juan, and fatally shot him near a pile of discarded tyres.
Driver shot by police slapped with five charges
'PH DRIVER' Barry Seepersad who was shot on May 24 by a police officer on the Diamond Village Taxi Stand on the corner of Coffee and Lord Streets
Jailed gangster behind guns in dog food
A GANG leader from the west who is in prison awaiting trial was yesterday linked to the find of five high powered weapons, magazines and ammunition found in four barrels at the Piarco Air Services Customs Bond shop
'Jesus told me to kill'
HE mental capacity of a man who was arrested for murdering a close relative is now being questioned after he told police upon being arrested that Jesus Christ had told him to commit murder.
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