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Marlene set to return
Sacked housing and urban develop-
ment minister Marlene Mc Donald is set
to make a return when Prime Minister Dr
Keith Rowley makes a major Cabinet
reshuffle shortly, the T&T Guardian un-
Our Facebook readers commented
Send all MPs who hired relatives to
the IC for investigation, which includes
Kamla and her other colleagues. All of
them must also step down until the IC
investigation is complete.
Whatever happened to the big speech
about transparency and accountability?
The buck stops here, said Dr Keith Row-
ley, the Prime Minister-elect in his swear-
ing in speech.
I guess transparency and accountabil-
ity don't apply to this PNM government,
just Kamla Persad-Bissessar and the Op-
Armour to chair
Caricom law body
President of the Law Association of
T&T Reginald Armour, SC, has been
elected chairman of Caricom's Council of
Legal Education (CCLE). Armour was
elected at a meeting of the executive
council of the CLE in Antigua last week-
Has he moved the existing LATT for-
ward? The Legal Professions Act is 20
years old. There are rogue attorneys all
over, embarrassing the profession. There
is little or no continuing legal education.
Other than attorneys in private practice,
the attorneys are not engaged. Attor-
neys admitting to affix their signature to
documents to remove him without read-
ing it and there are no consequences. Al-
though his leadership is an improvement
on the last, there is no strength or direc-
tion in it. What is his plan? Now we are
taking this lack of energy regional?
Calm and collective, no rabble-rouser.
Regional integration. T&T back. Wishing
you all the best, sir.
one year in office
Former Port-of-Spain mayor Louis Lee
Sing Tuesday gave the Government a
failing grade on their performance after a
year in office. Yesterday marked one year
since the Dr Keith Rowley-led adminis-
tration was voted into office.
Okay, who really takes Lee Sing seri-
ously? Not even his own reflection in the
A good man who was bypassed.
At the end of the first year in office it
is only normal for a new Government to
get a poor review. However, it must not
This administration was given the
task by the electors to return some form
of decency to T&T and to rebuild the
Also to deal with corruption, bribery,
thievery, money laundering and all forms
of crime and criminal activities, effi-
ciently and effectively.
To bring those who are culpable to jus-
tice, letting them give account before a
courts of law.
As much as they have had their share
of ups and downs, I say to the Govern-
ment, continue with your duties to re-
store integrity and dignity to this nation.
Like some people feel the Government
is a miracle-working government---every-
thing must be perfect in one year time.
Drowned hero was
Javel James, 23, who drowned on
Sunday while attempting to save two
women and four children who got into
difficulties while bathing in the waters of
Maracas Bay, was said to be an angel
who selflessly jumped into the waters
despite him not being an excellent swim-
Rip, beautiful soul, wish this world had
more angels like you!
May god bless u. RIP.
Died a hero. Rip man.
Christian Gabriel García
I don't think parents should let their
kids bathe at Maracas Beach; it's so
rough and dangerous, especially for little
children. I don't let my daughter go into
that water. I'm afraid because its too
Trini waters ain't what they used to
be...once you go past where you can
stand you risk the chance of drowning.
Currents are very strong now on every
I'm not giving up
one inch of land
Chairman of the Safari Eco Park in
Chaguaramas, Raymond Habib, Mon-
day insisted he was "not going to give
up one square inch of the land" which
has been leased to him by the Ch-
aguaramas Development Authority
What are the terms of these
leases? Cause you could swear they
buy private land freehold.
Knaggs Developers Ltd project director, Marcus Knaggs, with Minister of
Planning and Development Camille Robinson-Regis, during a recent tour of
the Five Island Water & Fun Park under construction at Chaguaramas. PHOTO:
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