Privy Council clears way for citizens to challenge actions of T&T President, Parliament

(Trinidad Express) Former Head of the Public Service, Reginald Dumas, said yesterday he was pleased “for the citizens of the country” that the Privy Council has handed down a ruling which clears the way for any citizen who is “serious about things” to challenge the actions of the President and the Parliament if they believed those actions to be unconstitutional.

Kamla wants T&T gov’t to come clean on Massy buyout

(Trinidad Guardian) Calling for transparency in last week’s $255 million buyout of Massy’s Com-munications Ltd by state-owned Telecommunica-tions Services of T&T (TSTT), Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday called on Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and his Junior Minister Stuart Young to come clean on the deal.

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