Opposition Leader Dr. Godwin Friday, yesterday reiterated his call for the entire board of the Public Service Commission to resign.
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Opposition MPs Expresses Reservations Regarding Attorney General’s Reference Constitutional Questions Bill
Members on the opposition bench in parliament have expressed the need to have public exchange on the Attorney General’s Reference Constitutional Questions Bill 2018.
Members of the opposition in parliament on Wednesday stood their grounds in wanting to debate their “no confidence” motion against the ruling Unity Labour Party (ULP) administration despite strong resistance from members on the government bench.
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has expressed confidence in the healthcare being administered at the Mental Health Institution.
Strong concerns have been expressed over the drugs administered to former fashion model Yugge Farrell, who was re-committed on Monday for another week at the Mental Health Institution.
Leader of the opposition New Democratic Party Dr. Godwin Friday has made another call for Minister of Finance Camillo Gonsalves to resign from his post.
Lawyer Kay Bacchus-Baptiste is questioning the circulation of emails purportedly from fashion model Yugge Farrell who is at the center of a controversy here
Attorney at law and activist Kay Bacchus-Baptiste has expressed strong concern over the decision to have fashion model, Yugge Farrell committed for 2 weeks to the mental health centre.
The opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) on Monday announced the appointment of Lawyer Kay Bacchus-Baptiste as Senator, who will take up her seat in Parliament at the next sitting.
Lawyer turn politician Kay Bacchus-Baptiste says the vicious attacks perpetrated by a propaganda machine is what is preventing a lot of women here from getting involved in active politics.
Lawyer Kay Bacchus-Baptiste believes that the person who leaked the WhatsApp conversation between members of the Police Welfare Association should be prosecuted.
Lawyer Kay Bacchus-Baptiste was elected unopposed by the opposition New Democratic Party West St. George division, to represent the party in that constituency.