[www.inewsguyana.com] – President Donald Ramotar yesterday offered his congratulations to the new members of both the Judicial Service Commission and the Teaching Service Commission, and expressed the hope that their members will do well in serving Guyanese.
“I understand that the absence of these commissions has caused some difficulty and inconvenience so they are in place, I hope that, very quickly, in terms of the problems that have been brought to my attention, will be solved. I hope the functioning of these two bodies will do very well in serving the people of our country”.
Justices Prem Persaud and Lennox Perry were sworn in, in a simple ceremony as Judicial Service Commission Members before the Head of State. This was followed by the members of the Teaching Service Commission, taking their oath of office.
The TSC members are Roopnarine Persaud, Kamal Persaud, Maydha Persaud, Chandrawattie Ramson and Allan Munroe.
Recently the President swore in the members of the Public Service Commission and the Police Service Commission. The lives of these commissions expired over the past year and the constitutionally mandated provisions for their reconstitution have finally been completed.