AG renews bid to overrule Speaker on Rohee

Attorney-General Anil Nandlall yesterday resumed his legal battle for acting Chief Justice Ian Chang to quash the decision of Speaker Raphael Trotman to prevent Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee from speaking as minister in the National Assembly and grant an order to ensure he enjoys his constitutional right to speak.

Nandlall was at the time making further arguments on his motion challenging Trotman’s decision to limit Rohee’s participation in the National Assembly, pending the determination of the enforceability  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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