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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Thursday, May 1, 2014
TO ALL PERSONS IN PUBLIC LIFE AS DEFINED BY THE
INTEGRITY IN PUBLIC LIFE ACT, CHAPTER 22:01
By this notice, the Integrity Commission notifies all those who functioned as persons
in public life, for any period during 2013, that they have an obligation to file declara-
tions of income, assets and liabilities and statements of registrable interests for the
year ended December 31, 2013 on the prescribed forms by May 31, 2014, in accor-
dance with Sections 11 (1) and 14 (1) of the Integrity in Public Life Act.
Persons in public life are set out below:
1 Members of the House of Representatives
2 Ministers of Government
3 Parliamentary Secretaries
4 Members of the Tobago House of Assembly
5 Members of Municipalities
6 Members of Local Government Authorities
8 Members of the Boards of all Statutory Bodies and State Enterprises, including
those bodies in which the State has a controlling interest
9 Permanent Secretaries and Chief Technical Officers
The Commission also wishes to remind persons in public life that all outstanding dec-
larations of income, assets and liabilities and statements of registrable interests are to
be submitted without further delay.
The prescribed forms are contained in Regulations published as Legal Notice No. 216
of 2003 in the supplement of the Trinidad and Tobago Gazette, dated December 12,
The forms can be obtained on line by accessing the Integrity Commission's website at
www.integritycommission.org.tt or may be collected at the Office of the Integrity
Commission, 4th Floor, UTC Financial Centre, Independence Square, Port of Spain.
Please note that forms submitted electronically will not be accepted.
April 29, 2014
Washington Wizards forward Nene (42), from Brazil, drives against Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah (13) in
the first half of Game 3 of an opening-round NBA playoff series match on April 25 in Washington.
LOS ANGELES---Washington booked
its place in the next round of the NBA
playoffs with a victory on Tuesday,
while Memphis and the Los Angeles
Clippers moved to the brink of doing
the same by taking 3-2 series leads.
Washington won 75-69 at Chicago
in a dour defensive encounter to com-
plete a 4-1 series victory. It is only
the third time since the 1970s that
the Wizards have gone beyond the
first round of the playoffs.
The Clippers had an emotion-
charged 113-103 win over Golden State
just hours after team owner Donald
Sterling was banned for life by the
NBA for racial remarks he made in a
Memphis and Oklahoma City went
to overtime for the fourth-straight
game in the series, with the Grizzlies
pulling out a 100-99 road win that
put them within one win of reaching
the last eight.
Washington s John Wall finished
with 24 points and Nene scored 20
in the Wizards low-scoring win at
Bradley Beal scored 17 points for
Washington, which looks like extend-
ing its stay in the playoffs in what is
the team s first postseason appearance
for six years.
The Wizards turned a halftime tie
into a nine-point lead heading into
the fourth quarter and hung on.
Chicago s comeback chances took
a big hit early in the final quarter
when Taj Gibson suffered a game-
ending ankle injury with his team
trailing by six points.
Wall and Nene, back from a one-
game suspension, both had seven
rebounds. Marcin Gortat had two
points and 13 rebounds.
The Clippers showed admirable
composure to put aside the Sterling
controversy and beat Golden State.
DeAndre Jordan had 25 points---a
playoff career high---and 18 rebounds
while Chris Paul scored 20 points for
Los Angeles coach Doc Rivers high-
fived each of his players near the
bench in an uncommon display of
excitement as the final seconds ticked
NBA commissioner Adam Silver
also fined Sterling $2.5 million and
called on NBA owners to force him
to sell the team.
The Clippers are on the brink of
just their third playoff series victory
since Sterling bought the team in 1981.
Game 6 is Thursday in Oakland.
Klay Thompson led the Warriors
with 21 points. David Lee and Andre
Iguodala scored 18 apiece while
Stephen Curry had a mediocre game
with 17 points, including four 3-point-
ers.Memphis prevailed in a thrilling
finish at Oklahoma City to move to
the verge of what would be a surprise
Oklahoma City called a timeout
with the score at 100-99 and with
2.9 seconds remaining. Kevin Durant
missed a long 3-point attempt and
teammate Serge Ibaka tipped the ball
in on the rebound. The shot was
reviewed and it was determined that
it was released after the buzzer, ending
Mike Miller scored 21 points and
Zach Randolph added 20 points and
10 rebounds for the Grizzlies, who
will host Game 6 on Thursday.
Russell Westbrook had 30 points,
13 assists and 10 rebounds for the
Thunder, who trailed by 20 points in
the third quarter but trimmed its
deficit to six by the start of the fourth
quarter and finally took a 79-78 lead.
Consecutive baskets by Mike Conley
put the Grizzlies up 87-82 with just
under 4 minutes to play. (AP)
take leads Oklahoma City called a
timeout with the score
at 100-99 and with 2.9
Kevin Durant missed a
long 3-point attempt
and teammate Serge
Ibaka tipped the ball in
on the rebound. The
shot was reviewed and
it was determined that
it was released after
the buzzer, ending the
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