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Bank Employees’ Credit Union
Co-operative Society Limited
Embracing the Future
NOTICE OF SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that a Special General Meeting of the Bank Employees’
Credit Union Co-operative Society Limited will be held on
Wednesday January 10, 2018 at 5:30 p.m.
at the Office of the Credit Union,
(Member Services Centre)
Cor. Bournes Road & Angelina Street, St James.
1. Chairman’s Opening Remarks
2. Amendment of the following Bye-Laws:
A. # 4- Qualification for Membership
B. # 11 – Capital
C. # 14 – Withdrawal of Shares
D. # 28 – Board of Directors
E. # 29 – Disqualification of Directors and Committee Members
F. # 30 – Board Meetings
G. # 31 – Powers and Duties of the Board
H. # 37 – Duties of the Manager / Treasurer
I. # 46 – Passbooks
By Order of the Board
Andre Blenman (Mr.)
NATIONAL CARNIVAL COMMISSION
Of Trinidad and Tobago
Invitation to Apply for Queen’s Park Savannah Vending - Carnival 2018
The National Carnival Commission (NCC) of Trinidad and Tobago invites
Queen’s Park Savannah during the Carnival 2018 celebrations.
Interested persons are asked to collect application forms from the NCC’s
occupation of the assigned area.
The Board reserves the right to refuse any application.
National Carnival Commission of Trinidad and Tobago
Great party Patrons during Soong’s Great Wall’s annual New Year’s Eve party at the restaurant in
San Fernando on Sunday.
PICTURE TONY HOWELL
Full confidence in
Senior Counsel Israel Khan says
he has every confidence in the two
senior counsel retained by the Law
Association to advise on the report
of a committee which has been in-
vestigating allegations of misconduct
involving Chief Justice Ivor Archie.
Khan told the T&T Guardian that
he has “strict confidence in the two
Senior Counsel. I am very happy it is
The two senior counsel to advise
the Law Association are former Be-
lize Attorney General Eamon Harri-
son Courtenay and President of the
Grenada Bar Association Francis
Khan said he knew Alexis “very
well” as they had been at law school
“ I have implicit confidence Alexis
and Courtenay are men of impecca-
ble character and he will give you an
objective evaluation. Whatever they
say, whether it has evidence or not
I am willing to accept that,” he said.
Archie has been out of the country
on ‘private business.’
On his return, the findings of the
committee will be made known to
the CJ and he would be given the op-
portunity to respond in the interest
of natural justice.
The findings of the committee are
being kept under wraps. President of
the Law Association Douglas Mendes
said they are proceeding “deliber-
ately, carefully and fairly,” given the
importance of the task at hand.
Allegations which the Law Asso-
ciation have been investigating re-
garding CJ Archie include that he
discussed the matter of personal
security for judges with someone
who was not a judge and that he rec-
ommended people to the Housing
Development Corporation for accel-
erated housing grants.
On December 15, two weeks after
Mendes and officials of the Law As-
sociation met with Archie expressing
concern about the allegations in the
public domain made against him, the
Chief Justice issued a brief statement
via the Court protocol and informa-
tion officer Alicia Carter-Fisher.
The CJ, in the statement, admitted
to forwarding the names of “some
needy and deserving persons to the
Trinidad and Tobago Housing Corpo-
ration (HDC) for such consideration
as might be appropriate.”
But he insisted that “at no time”
did he as Chief Justice “ever recom-
mended Mr Dillian Johnson for HDC
housing.” He described allegations
made by Johnson as “patently un-
The CJ also said it was “false and in-
deed irresponsible” to suggest that at
any judges meeting the Chief or any
other judge discussed the retention
of a private security firm for the pur-
pose of providing personal security.
It was all, he said, he was at “lib-
erty” to say at the time.
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