President swears-in Public Service Appellate Tribunal registrar
President David Granger said yesterday that his Administration is committed to doing all that is within its power to ensure that important institutions of State, be it the National Assembly, the Judiciary, autonomous institutions and commissions are not ignored as a result of the opinion of any individual or group.According to the Ministry of the Presidency, the Head of State made these remarks during a simple swearing-in ceremony at State House, where he administered the Oath of Office to Amoura Giddings, a young attorney-at-law, as the new registrar of the Public Service Appellate Tribunal.
The appointment of Giddings, which took effect from September 19, 2017, accords with Section 6:01 of the Public Service Appellate Tribunal Act. (Ministry of the Presidency photo)
Days after being stripped of dark tint, a Route 40 (Kitty-Campbellville) minibus is once again the target of ranks of the Guyana Police Force’s traffic department after it was spotted again, heavily tinted.The minibus, BRR 5635, was subjected to an inspection at the Traffic Headquarters, Eve Leary, after concerns were raised via Facebook about public transportation being heavily tinted.When contacted by this newspaper yesterday, Public Relations Officer of the Guyana Police Force Shivpersaud Bacchus said that the bus was released after an inspection officer examined the bus and the tints and LED lights were removed.In a Facebook post seen by this newspaper, the bus, sporting heavily-tinted windows, was spotted just after midday yesterday in David Street, Kitty.
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