US has no justifiable reasons to impose sanctions
Posted: Sunday, May 3, 2020
IR experts: US has no justifiable reasons to impose sanctions
University of the West Indies professor of international relations, Dr Anthony Bryan and retired lecturer Anthony Gonzales both said that the US had no reason to sanction T&T for selling oil to Aruba, even if it did end up in Venezuela.
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He said it was the UNC's position that for them to succeed, this country must fail. He said it was one thing to undermine TT's foreign policy, but to invite others to do so was "dastardly and disgusting."
Long also found out through a search from the HDC that the landlord did not own the property that she was renting. Reporting the matter to the police resulted in Long being served an eviction notice by the landlord. "I was given 12 days to move out," Long recalled.
Millions for food support; 20 cheques prepared for religious bodies
Grants totaling $10 million per month for three months, May, June and July will be given to the religious bodies in proportion to the size of their congregations for them to distribute food to the poor and needy. This will cost taxpayers $30 million.
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A release from the ministry stated that those caught declaring false information, both the employer and the employee, would face the "full penalty of the law" once charged. She said there were people who already had permanent food cards, which received a top up from the ministry, but still applied for a temporary card. She said the initial penalty was to extract the amount they used on the temporary food card from their existing card, and if possible, to take the temporary card from them.
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Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and his Cabinet will be told to move quickly and sell the Clico assets to raise much needed cash and also to float a major bond that could mobilise billions of dollars. These are two major recommendations that the Prime Minister is to receive from his 22-member committee appointed to prepare a way forward to revive the economy, post the COVID-19 lockdown.
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