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Opposition MPs, business heads want firmer action on crime

While the Prime Minister assured resources were being allocated to the national security forces to combat crime and called on citizens to speak up against criminals, stakeholders are not satisfied this is enough to get a grip on the scourge. Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley's statement on Saturday morning after a wave of violent crime in the last week of the year, including a brazen shooting on Churchill Roosevelt Highway, where four people were killed, including an innocent woman, and the kidnapping of an El Socorro woman by fake cops. For political opponents, like opposition national security shadow minister Dr Roodal Moonilal,...

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Response to Chief Secretary – threats to sue the government

Chief Secretary threats to sue the government In this episode of Morning Edition, the Chairman of the Tobago Business Chamber and Attorney at Law, Martin George, warns Chief Secretary Farley Augustine to stop warring with the Government. https://youtu.be/m4tW21B0q90 Chief Secretary threats to sue the government MAGCO Views Home ...

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Appeal Court decision – Former Chief Magistrate forced out of office

Appeal Court decision - Former Chief Magistrate forced out of office Attorney at Law Martin George discusses the significance of the Appeal Courts decision that Former Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers Caesar was forced out of office and its possible impact on the judiciary. https://youtu.be/UNrLBM3j8pQ Attorney at Law Martin George MAGCO Views Appeal Court decision - Former Chief Magistrate forced out of office Home ...

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Business groups troubled by T&TEC rate hike plan

Business groups troubled by T&TEC rate hike plan Several business chambers have expressed their discontent with the Regulated Industries Commission's (RIC) plan for higher electricity costs. Tobago Business Chamber chairman, attorney Martin George, expressed his chamber's dissatisfaction with the rate hike, describing the increase as "palpable absurdity and patent stupidity" and a "slap in the face to the average Trinbagonian." George said, "T&TEC is a proliferate waster of money. T&TEC has a history of wasting billions of dollars and yet still, you are going to impose a 15-64 per cent increase on domestic consumers." He called on the government to intervene and prevent the...

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RIC’s proposed electricity rate hike: Tobago chamber chairman damn vex

Electricity rate hike TOBAGO stakeholders outright condemned the Regulated Industries Commission’s (RIC) recommendations for increasing electricity rates across the board to T&TEC customers. They are calling on citizens to reject these proposals, saying it will lead to further suffering. Describing the move as a “slap in the face” of the average consumer, the Tobago Business Chamber said the reasons advanced by the RIC for the proposed hikes – increasing efficiency and productivity – made no sense. Chamber chairman Martin George did not mince his words as he claimed T&TEC had a history of wasting billions of dollars. “Yet still you are telling me that...

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TOBAGO BUSINESS CHAMBER calls upon Commercial Banks to do better

Commercial Banks The TOBAGO BUSINESS CHAMBER calls upon all our Commercial Banks to do better by their service to customers by bringing their Customer Service Experience up to International standards and to improve their ease of doing business. https://youtu.be/UA9C1djGGY4 TOBAGO BUSINESS CHAMBER calls upon Commercial Banks to do better MAGCO VIEWS HOME ...

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