Ministry acknowledges haphazardness over disciplined forces recommendations

-promises urgency

The Ministry of Home Affairs acknowledges that it has been haphazard over the reforms recommended in the 2003 Disciplined Forces Commission report and has pledged urgent action this year.

These positions were enunciated by Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee while reporting yesterday on the activities of his ministry for last year.

Rohee said “The Ministry of Home Affairs is cognizant of the fact that its approach has been somewhat haphazard …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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