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Politics

Ramesh fights Govt

The T&T Civil Rights Association, headed by former Attorney General Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj, has filed for judicial review. It claims Cabinet had refused to honour promises that Caroni’s former daily-paid workers be given priority in accessing State-owned lands...

Crime & Court

Couva under siege

Couva is under siege. That’s how business owners in the area are feeling in light of a spate of robberies and violent crime since the beginning of the year. And they say the police are incapable of dealing with the scourge...

Would average citizen receive fair justice?

Chairman of Transparency International’s local chapter Reginald Dumas on Friday described the matter involving the Chief Justice, the Police Service and the Government as a thoroughly unpleasant and socially dangerous clash of major institutions...

CJ suspension worry Caribbean jurists

President Max Richard’s suspending of Chief Justice Satnarine Sharma has caused concern among the Caribbean diaspora, including jurists...

Only the State loses

President of the Law Association, Russell Martineau, Senior Counsel, agrees with the President that the country is in deep crisis over the Chief Justice affair...

Other News

Sabga to continue nation building

Chairman and chief executive of the ANSA McAL Group of Companies A Norman Sabga promised that the organisation would continue contributing to nation building...

 

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