Furniture being installed for long-delayed family court -AG

Attorney General Anil Nandlall has admitted to the long delay in the start of the operations of the Family Court, for which he said the administration of the judiciary is responsible.

Nandlall, responding to concerns raised by APNU’s Shadow Legal Affairs Minister Basil Williams during the debate on the Recording of Court Proceedings Bill 2014 on Monday night, disclosed that the furniture is being installed at the facility, which is located in the compound of the High Court.

Williams asked when the court would be opened, while noting that the furnishings for the court have continually been cited …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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