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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Op-Ed: Trials by Ambush

Below in an opinion piece done by Attorney-at-Law and former Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Mohabir Anil Nandlall, MP: The rule of law...

Letter: Some medication shortage in Region 2

Dear Editor, Many people go to the Medical Centre and hospitals in Region 2 hoping that medication, some of it basic, would be readily available....

Op-Ed: The decision to handcuff Singh, Brassington was unlawful

Below is an opinion piece by Attorney-at-Law, Member of Parliament and former Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Mohabir Anil Nandlall: It is common...

The Opposition Crack – A Good Thing

Our Christmas Wish-  Population wants the country to move forward By Dr. Peter Ramsaroop Recently in Parliament, some opposition parliamentarians, by abstaining from voting on critical...

THE PIPER: Wales should not be a political football

The closure of Wales Estate has come as a shock for many and not only for the 1700 persons who will lose their jobs....

OPINION: Eyewitness: Political…

…opportunists The consequential orders of the CCJ are serving like inkblots in Rorschach Tests to reveal the true nature of some characters, who’d like us...

Op Ed: Whim Referendum – Total rejection, repudiation of Nagamootoo and AFC

By Dr Leslie Ramsammy  Webster's Dictionary has chosen TOXIC as the 2018 Word of the Year. Local Government Elections (LGE) 2018 dramatically pronounced the AFC...

Op-Ed: Security Minister instructing Top Cop another flagrant Constitutional breach

Below in an opinion piece by Attorney-at-Law, Member of Parliament and former Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Anil Nandlall: The Office of the...

Op-Ed: SARA and Illegalities

Below is an opinion piece by Attorney-at-Law, Member of Parliament and former Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Mohabir Anil Nandlall The incompetence which...

The “Granger GO SLOW” Economy – Peter Ramsaroop

  - The Granger Government  continues to stumble on an economic strategy. The main cause, I believe, apart from beginning to  govern without a sound...

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