Guyana's Chief Justice Roxane George has ruled that the Returning Officer for the country’s largest electoral district, District Four, breached the law in the adding up of Statements of Poll during last week's general elections and should return to the process, either afresh or from where they left off.
The People’s National Movement (PNM) has wished National Security Minister Stuart Young a speedy recovery from a fall he suffered at the opening of the Penal Fire Station earlier today.
The PNM said in a statement, "We are confident that the health care he is receiving is excellent, and we hope that his injuries are temporary, and his pain, tolerable. The PNM lifts Minister Young in our prayers and we are confident that all decent citizens of our nation will join us in praying for him."
National Security Minister Stuart Young has issued a statement saying that he is fine, following a fall at the opening of the Penal Fire Station Tuesday morning.
Minister Young issued the following statement around 3pm Tuesday:
"I would like to thank all well wishers and persons enquiring as to my well being. I am fine.
“I wish him well.”
Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan says there will be no further extension in the roll out of the demerit point system in this country.
The system was supposed to take effect on March 2, however, it was announced that the proclamation would instead take place one month later, April 2nd.
Finance Minister Colm Imbert has denied that fake polymer $100 notes are in circulation.
Responding to questions posed by Couva South Member of Parliament Rudranath Indarsingh on two reports of counterfeit bills being passed off as real bills in Parliament yesterday, Imbert said he spoke to the head of the Bankers Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BATT), Karen Darbasie.
Imbert said Darbasie told him there were no fake notes in circulation.
Sanctions should be placed on the company or system being used for prisoner transport if it is found that many of the illegal transmissions authorities seek to intercept from prisoners emanate from inside those transport vehicles, says Independent Senator Paul Richards.