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« Reply #61 on: October 10, 2015, 09:21:18 PM »

VIDEO Report; https://www.facebook.com/cnewslive/videos/10153630002005610/

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Minister of Tourism Shamfa Cudjoe has raised concerns about the Tourism Development Company (TDC), which she has described as a, 'runaway horse'.

Minister Cudjoe, speaking in the house of representatives on Saturday morning, claimed that the TDC is out of control, and questioned how one director,a former national cricketer received thousands of US dollars for a CPL project.

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« Reply #62 on: October 10, 2015, 09:25:17 PM »
I want to salute the MP's of Laventille :salute:. This is EXACTLY what is needed in our nation communities. Some communities need it more than others. :applause:  :beermug: well done to everyone involved!

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=913622792055547&id=826120904139070

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Today's event at the Laventille Technology and Continuing Centre was a resounding success. The turn out of interesting parents and youth was overwhelming.

M.P. Hinds, M.P. Leonce and Chairman Thomas were in attendance with a host of U.T.T. facilitators.
There message was well received by all in attendance and it is an indication of good things to come for the residents of Laventille East/West
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« Reply #63 on: October 11, 2015, 05:49:26 PM »

VIDEO Report; https://www.facebook.com/cnewslive/videos/10153630002005610/

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Minister of Tourism Shamfa Cudjoe has raised concerns about the Tourism Development Company (TDC), which she has described as a, 'runaway horse'.

Minister Cudjoe, speaking in the house of representatives on Saturday morning, claimed that the TDC is out of control, and questioned how one director,a former national cricketer received thousands of US dollars for a CPL project.



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« Reply #64 on: October 12, 2015, 11:06:52 PM »
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The bad behaviour in the parliament continues as a member of the opposition can be heard making crude remarks to the Attorney General and the MP for San Fernando West. The speaker called for respect among members.

Moonilal just being himself again. No surprise here https://www.facebook.com/CCNTV6/videos/956719001036959/
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« Reply #65 on: October 13, 2015, 06:36:53 AM »
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The bad behaviour in the parliament continues as a member of the opposition can be heard making crude remarks to the Attorney General and the MP for San Fernando West. The speaker called for respect among members.

Moonilal just being himself again. No surprise here https://www.facebook.com/CCNTV6/videos/956719001036959/
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at d same time Rowley need to reign in all dat "we time now" and homophobic rhetoric, appearances is everything and right now yuh NOT seeing d spirit of d victory speech playin out in parliament

dey could prosecute all d wrong doing sans d aloofness
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I pity the fool....

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« Reply #66 on: October 14, 2015, 10:38:09 AM »
at d same time Rowley need to reign in all dat "we time now" and homophobic rhetoric, appearances is everything and right now yuh NOT seeing d spirit of d victory speech playin out in parliament

dey could prosecute all d wrong doing sans d aloofness

I think he (Rowley) has been trying to keep it civil, but there are some real loosed lipped characters in his government (Imbert, Hinds, McDonald for example) that are prone to saying offensive things and using dumb rhetoric. It'll be interesting to see how he manages the message/tone of the government.

Manning had a very autocratic style, and micro-managed his cabinet / controlled the message. Rowley has campaigned on the opposite, so it'll be a test to reign in the personalities without completely muzzling them.

It ain't an easy job.

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« Reply #67 on: October 14, 2015, 10:42:56 AM »
Fair enough let's see how it goes.
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Mammy ah could not stop mehself, Hinds make meh do it  :'(

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« Reply #70 on: October 14, 2015, 02:11:02 PM »

Imbert ends on positive note

http://www.trinidadexpress.com/20151014/news/imbert-ends-on-positive-note

Finance Minister Colm Imbert closed the 2015-2016 budget debate in the House of Representatives on a positive note on Wednesday.

Imbert gave a crude oil price forecast which suggested that oil prices can reach close to US $70 a barrel in 2017.

He stated that a long term forecast for the period 2015 to 2025, done by the World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF), Economic Intelligenct Unit and OECD, predicted a steady increase in oil prices in 2016 and 2017.


Imbert said the World Bak projected that oil prices would reach approximately $61 a barrel in 2016 and $64 a barrel in 2017. The IMF projected $60 a barrel in 2016 and $63 a barrel in 2017, while the Economic Intelligent Unit projected $69 a barrel in 2016 and $80 in 2017, he said. The OECD projected $65 a barrel in 2016 and close to $70 a barrel in 2017.

Imbert said, ?Assuming all these analysts are correct we should expect to see a recovery of oil prices by 2017 of somewhere in the vicinity of $65 in 2017 for West Texas Intermediate and $65 a barrel is quite similar to the average price received for fiscal year 2015.?

He said with US$65 a barrel of oil, Trinidad and Tobago's revenue should be significantly enhanced.

Imbert noted that Pricewaterhouse estimated that with proper revenue collection, Trinidad and Tobago should be able to collect an additional $5 billion in revenue.

?If oil prices recover and we get that additional $10 billion and if we can reach target in terms of revenue collection of another $5 billion, we should have enhanced revenue by 2016 of $15 billion which should be able to continue on the path to growth and recovery,? he said.

However, should oil prices continue to slump, Imbert said, the Government would have to look at other fiscal measures and policies. ?But we are reasonably confident in terms of revenue collection reform, in terms of having national dialogue with the country on fuel subsidy, in terms of efficiency in the VAT administration that we will be able to bring country unto sustainable path by 2017,? he said.

He explained that in 2017, if it became necessar, the Government would have to avail itself of the last significant asset from the repayment of advances made to the CL Group with respect to the Government's bailout of the CL Group.



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« Reply #71 on: October 16, 2015, 08:21:21 AM »

First-class for high-level officials only *

http://www.trinidadexpress.com/20151015/news/first-class-for-high-level-officials-only

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First-class and business travel will now be restricted to only high-level persons in public office and the judiciary.

Communications Minister Maxie Cuffie said yesterday that Cabinet accepted the recommendation for a proposal for a review of the travel arrangements for official overseas travel.

Speaking at the post-Cabinet news conference at the Office of the Prime Minister in St Clair, Cuffie said in an effort to streamline operations, Cabinet decided certain officers would be entitled to first-class travel and other officers would be asked to use the other classifications of travel that are available.

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Re: Governance under the Rowley Administration
« Reply #72 on: October 16, 2015, 09:42:23 AM »

First-class for high-level officials only *

http://www.trinidadexpress.com/20151015/news/first-class-for-high-level-officials-only

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First-class and business travel will now be restricted to only high-level persons in public office and the judiciary.

Communications Minister Maxie Cuffie said yesterday that Cabinet accepted the recommendation for a proposal for a review of the travel arrangements for official overseas travel.

Speaking at the post-Cabinet news conference at the Office of the Prime Minister in St Clair, Cuffie said in an effort to streamline operations, Cabinet decided certain officers would be entitled to first-class travel and other officers would be asked to use the other classifications of travel that are available.

This move should save T&T taxpayers money on first class travel tickets for all government ministers.
Let them mix and interact with the general public who are they are supposed to be serving a little more rather than being encouraged to believe they are above the general flying travelling public.
De higher a monkey climbs is de less his ass is on de line, if he works for FIFA that is! ;-)

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« Reply #73 on: October 16, 2015, 03:23:36 PM »


MINISTRY OF TOURISM ADVISES THAT LIFEGUARDS WILL BE PAID OUTSTANDING MONEY TODAY

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The following is a statement from the Ministry of Tourism:

"The Ministry of Tourism has received notification that the Ministry of National Security will be paying the lifeguards today – Friday October 16, 2015.

The Lifeguard Services Division was formally transferred to the Ministry of National Security with effect from September 11, 2015.

Wages were delayed this month as the Financial Year 2014/2015 closed prior to the reading of the National Budget and the finalisation of the necessary financial and administrative processes especially with the re-assignment of the Lifeguard Services to the Ministry of National Security.

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« Reply #74 on: October 16, 2015, 05:33:08 PM »

First-class for high-level officials only *

http://www.trinidadexpress.com/20151015/news/first-class-for-high-level-officials-only

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First-class and business travel will now be restricted to only high-level persons in public office and the judiciary.

Communications Minister Maxie Cuffie said yesterday that Cabinet accepted the recommendation for a proposal for a review of the travel arrangements for official overseas travel.

Speaking at the post-Cabinet news conference at the Office of the Prime Minister in St Clair, Cuffie said in an effort to streamline operations, Cabinet decided certain officers would be entitled to first-class travel and other officers would be asked to use the other classifications of travel that are available.

This move should save T&T taxpayers money on first class travel tickets for all government ministers.
Let them mix and interact with the general public who are they are supposed to be serving a little more rather than being encouraged to believe they are above the general flying travelling public.
why? i am broke and i don't travel coach, so why should someone on official business travel coach only to show face? i think ministers-permanent secretaries-and CEO's on the country's business should be as comfortable as possible, but regular administrative officers and managers should not be afforded the luxury.

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« Reply #75 on: October 17, 2015, 03:12:14 AM »

Remember the song "take dat and cool it ?"..dat come to mind after seeing Imbert response to Kamla  ;D
 
Imbert has done a good so far in explaining drops and increases in budget allocations during the standing finance committee.

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Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has questioned a drop in the allocation of the Food Support Programme. The former Prime Minister raised the question during the Finance Committee Sitting in the Parliament on Friday. However, Finance Minister Colm Imbert responded that the Government is seeking to cut mismanagement and corruption.

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« Reply #76 on: October 17, 2015, 03:20:19 AM »

First-class for high-level officials only *

http://www.trinidadexpress.com/20151015/news/first-class-for-high-level-officials-only

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First-class and business travel will now be restricted to only high-level persons in public office and the judiciary.

Communications Minister Maxie Cuffie said yesterday that Cabinet accepted the recommendation for a proposal for a review of the travel arrangements for official overseas travel.

Speaking at the post-Cabinet news conference at the Office of the Prime Minister in St Clair, Cuffie said in an effort to streamline operations, Cabinet decided certain officers would be entitled to first-class travel and other officers would be asked to use the other classifications of travel that are available.

This move should save T&T taxpayers money on first class travel tickets for all government ministers.
Let them mix and interact with the general public who are they are supposed to be serving a little more rather than being encouraged to believe they are above the general flying travelling public.
why? i am broke and i don't travel coach, so why should someone on official business travel coach only to show face? i think ministers-permanent secretaries-and CEO's on the country's business should be as comfortable as possible, but regular administrative officers and managers should not be afforded the luxury.

https://www.facebook.com/CCNTV6/videos/958472200861639/

NO FLY ZONE

The PNM Administration wants to drastically change the way the government handles travel.
Travel only when absolutely necessary, only a select few get to fly first or business class...and NO more free rides for the media.
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« Reply #77 on: October 17, 2015, 08:43:22 AM »
So I was late to follow the so called controversy with Padarath and the princess and bull-it proof vest comments. I noticed that immediately after the comments the gay and lesbian community get in a huff and Smith end up apologizing to the gay community as well as Padarath.

However I was wondering, has Padarath ever come out officially and said he was gay? Or is it being assumed because he looks like a Ken doll? If he's not it seems like the reaction of the gay community has done more to stigmatize him than the original comments.

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« Reply #79 on: October 20, 2015, 12:54:28 PM »
So I was late to follow the so called controversy with Padarath and the princess and bull-it proof vest comments. I noticed that immediately after the comments the gay and lesbian community get in a huff and Smith end up apologizing to the gay community as well as Padarath.

However I was wondering, has Padarath ever come out officially and said he was gay? Or is it being assumed because he looks like a Ken doll? If he's not it seems like the reaction of the gay community has done more to stigmatize him than the original comments.

This is the latest with MP Padarath

https://www.facebook.com/cnewslive/posts/10153646798520610:0

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« Reply #80 on: October 23, 2015, 02:17:21 PM »

GOVERNMENT SOON TO BEGIN CONSIDERING PROPOSALS FOR TOBAGO SELF-GOVERNMENT

The following is a statement issued by the THA Information Division:
Government will begin considering proposals from the Tobago House of Assembly for self-government on the island, starting in January.

This announcement was made by Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley earlier today (October 23, 2015) during his visit to alma mater Bishop’s High School in Mt. Marie, Scarborough.

https://www.facebook.com/CNC3Television/posts/10153716908392996:0


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« Reply #81 on: October 24, 2015, 11:49:24 AM »

The Central Government and the Tobago House of Assembly are set to work more closely together. This was revealed by both Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley and THA Chief Secretary Orville London following a meeting at the Magdalena Grand on this afternoon. The Chief Secretary told reporters that the talks centred on the level of cooperative interaction between the Central Government and the THA.


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« Reply #82 on: November 02, 2015, 04:47:07 PM »

VIDEO Report; https://www.facebook.com/CNC3Television/videos/10153735598452996/

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PM PROMISES TO COMPLETE OUTSTANDING PROJECTS

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley had made a commitment that all unfinished government projects will be completed under his tenure.

The Brian Lara Stadium was among the many projects the prime minister says will be completed.

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« Reply #83 on: November 05, 2015, 05:13:41 PM »



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Cabinet has approved a Committee to review the practice of doctors who are working in both the private and public sector. The Committee will be chaired by Dr Winston Welsh and includes Howard University's President Dr Wayne Frederick, along with Professor Karl Theodore, Martin De Gannes, Dr Adesh Sirjusingh, Valene Rawlins and one member still to be named.

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« Reply #84 on: November 23, 2015, 07:14:04 PM »

"Economist Indera Sagewan-Alli says Government's decision to lower the income ceiling from $45,000 to $25,000 for HDC Housing is a “good move”. She says however, that Government needs to be clear with respect to the role it is playing in the provision of Subsidized Housing. She believes that a Public-Private Partnership model similar to that of the Savannah Villas is needed in Trinidad and Tobago that will provide more housing and the opportunity for young professionals to become first time home owners" See Video https://www.facebook.com/cnewslive/videos/10153706223445610/

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« Reply #85 on: December 12, 2015, 11:34:16 AM »

11th Sitting of the House of Representatives

Summary:
~ Three Papers will be laid.
~ Questions to the Prime Minister as allowed under the Standing Orders, on every 2nd Sitting of the HOR, in each calendar month
~ Six Urgent Questions will be answered.
~ Two questions qualified for oral answer.
~ Government Business
. Motion #1: Section 56 of the Customs Act, exempt from import duties of Customs (moved by the Minister of Trade and Industry)
. Motion #2: Section 56(1)(a) of the Customs Act, exempt from import duties of Customs (moved by the Minister of Trade and Industry)
~ Private Business
. Motion #1: Provision of Learning Materials to Students (moved by the Member for Caroni East)
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« Reply #86 on: December 19, 2015, 01:34:25 PM »

Whistle-blower law ‘in new year’

Government is hoping to have new whistle-blower legislation become law in the New Year.

This is according to Attorney General and chairman of the Joint Select Committee (JSC) on whistle-blower legislation, Faris Al-Rawi.

The committee, which includes the leader of opposition business in the Senate, Wade Mark; Independent Senator Sophia Chote; and National Security Minister Edmund Dillon, held a news conference at the Parliament, yesterday, to update the nation on plans to have the proposed matter addressed.

The Whistle-blower Protection Bill, 2015, was laid in the House of Representatives on November 13 by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley. Al-Rawi said yesterday it was intended to combat corruption and other wrongdoings by encouraging and disseminating disclosures of improper conduct in the public and private sectors.

Al-Rawi said he hoped the matter would be dealt with and approved before the Parliament completed its first year’s work during this session by July.

He said the legislation would address the issue of witnesses and witness protection in relation to crime in the broadest sense, adding that those crimes could include any breaches in the public or private sector.

He said crimes could not be solved without witnesses, adding that the proposed law would make people comfortable in reporting the alleged breaches to different agencies, including the Integrity Commission. He said consultations with all stakeholders were expected to commence shortly. Among those being invited were the Law Association, the T&T Chamber of Commerce, the Director of Public Prosecutions, and the media.

Al-Rawi said the committee was expected to submit its first report to the Parliament by January 22.

The proposed legislation alters the Constitution and requires a special three-fifths majority support to become law.

Mark said, yesterday, he was “not a crystal ball bearer. I can’t say what will happen in the future.”

He said the JSC was “working as a team with a view to bringing forward the best possible legislation that will incorporate and encompass all those measures that will ensure a balance in this whole process, so that you wouldn’t have malicious gossip being translated into disclosures.”

Mark said, “Whatever we do, we don’t want the legislation to be interpreted as if it is all part of a witch hunt.”

He said the legislation was “not about witch hunting anyone.”

Mark said T&T was “riddled with rumours, malicious gossip and you would not want persons purporting to be whistle blowers advancing frivolous, vexatious information and disclosures that can be detrimental to the reputation and good name of citizens in this republic."

Mark said there were provisions in the proposed legislation to deal with that matter. He said he maintained that whoever did the crime must do the time. Mark said the UNC was “not afraid of anything. We are committed to the development of a just, fair and equal society for all citizens.”
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« Reply #87 on: December 24, 2015, 03:14:46 AM »


JWALA, YOU'RE FIRED*
Govt writes President to revoke Central Bank Governor's appointment after controversial statement on foreign exchange, recession

http://www.trinidadexpress.com/20151223/news/jwala-youre-fired

CABINET yesterday took the decision to recommend to the President that the employment of Jwala Rambarran as Central Bank Governor be terminated.
It is understood that the acting President has signed off on Rambarran's dismissal.
President Anthony Carmona is overseas on vacation and Senate President Christine Kangaloo is acting as President.
Under the Constitution she has all the powers of the President and therefore is the competent authority to act upon the Cabinet's recommendation.

Sources said one of the key factors affecting the Cabinet's decision was that the Government had several legal opinions which indicated Rambarran had breached the provisions of the Central Bank Act and the Financial Institutions Act.



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« Reply #89 on: December 24, 2015, 06:01:51 AM »
NGC moves against SIS: $180m in assets frozen
Published on Dec 23, 2015, 9:16 pm AST
By Asha Javeed
asha.javeed@trinidadexpress.com

The National Gas Company (NGC) was yesterday granted an ex-parte order against Super Industrial Services (SIS) and Rain Forest Resorts Limited to freeze $180 million worth of assets.
In addition, SIS has to provide NGC’s attorneys with a list of all its assets, solely or jointly owned, exceeding $10,000, within 96 hours.
The order was granted by Justice Frank Seepersad.
The order explained that the prohibition includes the following assets in particular: the property and assets of SIS’s business or the sale money if any of them has been sold; and any money standing to the credit of any bank account, including the amount of any cheque drawn on such account which has not been cleared.
If SIS is able to pay $180 million to the court as security, or make provision in that sum by another method, the order will cease to have any effect.
The order allows SIS to spend $750,000 on legal advice and representation.
However, before SIS can spend any money, it must tell the NGC’s legal team “where the money is to come from”.
The order noted that:
1. It is a contempt of court for any person or entity notified of this Order knowingly to assist in or permit a breach of this Order. Any person or entity doing so may be imprisoned, fined or have their assets seized.
2. This injunction does not prevent any bank from exercising any right of set off it may have in respect of any facility which it gave to the Intended First Defendant (SIS) before it was notified of this Order.
3. No bank need enquire as to the application or proposed application of any money withdrawn by the Intended First Defendant (SIS) if the withdrawal appears to be permitted by this Order.
With regard to Rain Forest Resorts Limited, the order said the company was prohibited from dealing with or disposing of its property and assets.
Both SIS and Rain Forest have until 4 p.m. today to file a claim form.
There will another hearing on December 29 at 10 a.m. before Justice Robin Mohammed.
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