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Cops: No to vetting units, leave us out of politicking

Cops: No to vetting units, leave us out of politicking THE Police Service Social and Welfare Association (PSSWA) on Monday strongly condemned statements by the Prime Minister about the establishment of vetting units in the police service to weed out rogue police officers. Dr Rowley's proposal to establish the units was also questioned by former Police Service Commission (PSC) chairman Prof Ramesh Deosaran and attorney Martin George. Rowley spoke about the units at a PNM political meeting in San Fernando on Saturday. He also raised the matter again on Sunday during a National Security Council meeting at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann's. In...

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George: PM’s money for ‘vetted units’ a recipe for disaster

Former member of the Police Service Commission and former chairman of Crime Stoppers T&T Martin George believes the Prime Minister’s plan to pay cops in proposed vetted units higher wages is a recipe for disaster. Delivering the feature address at a People’s National Movement (PNM) political meeting at Harris Promenade in San Fernando on Saturday night, Prime Minster Dr Keith Rowley revealed plans to create specially vetted units within the T&T Police Service (TTPS) to investigate corrupt police officers and government officials. He said these officers would receive higher wages for their specialist functions and for maintaining their integrity. However, in a...

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Griffith, Martin George question new police units

Griffith, Martin George question new police units FORMER Commissioner of Police (CoP) Gary Griffith and attorney Martin George have questioned the rationale behind the creation of special vetted units in the police service to root out corrupt police officers. The Prime Minister spoke about these units at a PNM political meeting in San Fernando on Saturday. Dr Rowley raised the matter again on Sunday during a National Security Council meeting at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann's. In a WhatsApp reply to Newsday on Monday, Griffith described the creation of these units as senseless. "You are going to have a vetted unit within the police...

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Massy says NiQuan investigation ongoing, no update

Massy says NiQuan investigation ongoing, no update Massy Energy Engineered Solutions says the investigation process into the incident which occurred at the NiQuan facility claiming the life of Allanlane Ramkissoon remains ongoing. A statement on Friday morning said, "MEES continues to collaborate with NiQuan Energy Trinidad Limited and participate in investigations initiated by OSHTT and the Ministry of Energy to determine and understand the cause of this tragic incident." MEES says they are unable to provide any additional information at this time. The company says it continues to work with relevant authorities in Colombia and Trinidad to expedite the return of Ramkissoon’s body to...

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Chambers lament onerous procurement process

Chambers lament onerous procurement process SEVERAL business chambers in the country have voiced their concerns over what they have described as the “onerous and frustrating” process required to pre-qualify as a supplier for the Government as a result of the current procurement legislation. During a news conference on Tuesday, where he discussed his own concerns with the procurement legislation, Finance Minister Colm Imbert stated that only 861 suppliers had so far been pre-qualified to offer services to the Government. Kiran Singh‘MASSIVE EDUCATION CAMPAIGN’: President of the Greater San Fernando Area Chamber of Commerce Kiran Singh. Some 1,017 were rejected, Imbert said. Imbert said before the...

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Attorney: Letter about NiQuan burn victim was sent to Massy Group CEO

Attorney: Letter about NiQuan burn victim was sent to Massy Group CEO ATTORNEY Martin George says he is disappointed in Massy Energy Ltd for engaging in "shenanigans" involving the widow of its late employee Allan Lane Ramkissoon. On June 15, Ramkissoon, a pipefitter, was burned while working at NiQuan’s gas-to-liquids plant in Pointe-a-Pierre. He died three days later in Colombia, where he was being treated. On Wednesday, attorneys for Ramkissoon's widow Sarah wrote to the company for a “comprehensive report” on the accident. Both companies have also been asked to make an offer of settlement to Sarah and have been given seven days to...

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Widow to sue Massy and NiQuan after husband’s fatal accident

Widow to sue Massy and NiQuan after husband’s fatal accident The widow of 35-year-old Allanlane Ramkissoon, a pipe fitter from Massy Energy Engineered Solutions Limited (MEES) who died from injuries he sustained at NiQuan’s gas to liquids plant over three weeks ago, has signalled her intention to sue both Massy and NiQuan. Sarah Ramkissoon, through her attorneys Martin George and Company, did not identify a sum she wanted but asked both companies to make a financial settlement to the family in line with the pain and suffering that her husband would have endured. Legal letters were issued yesterday to both companies in which...

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Widow of burn victim wants compensation from Massy, NiQuan

Widow of burn victim wants compensation from Massy, NiQuan ATTORNEYS for the widow of Massy Energy Engineered Solutions Ltd pipe fitter Allan Lane Ramkissoon have written to the company for a “comprehensive report” on the accident which claimed his life in June. Massy and NiQuan Energy have also been told to make an offer of settlement to Sarah Ramkissoon. They have been given seven days to respond. On June 15, Ramkissoon, a pipefitter with Massy, was burned while working at NiQuan’s gas-to-liquids plant in Pointe-a-Pierre. Three days later on June 18, Ramkissoon, of Barrackpore, died in Colombia, where he was being treated. In the...

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More criticisms for Imbert’s handling of Caricom exemptions

More criticisms for Imbert’s handling of Caricom exemptions Economist and former minister in the Ministry of Finance Mariano Browne says Finance Minister Colm Imbert must answer several questions arising out of recent reports concerning the legitimacy of a three-month Order exempting out of the procurement law, goods and services associated with visits by foreign dignitaries. The Order was made on the eve of the Caricom summit. Imbert continues to face criticisms for his handling of the summit exemptions. During an interview with Guardian Media yesterday, one day after Opposition MP Saddam Hosein raised the matter following the conclusion of the Caricom Heads of Government...

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Tobago Business Chamber calls for greater fiscal accountability from THA

Tobago Business Chamber calls for greater fiscal accountability from THA THE Tobago Business Chamber is calling for greater fiscal responsibility and accountability from the THA. “The Tobago Business Chamber says that while we understand the need for greater capital investment in Tobago and greater fiscal injection into Tobago, we are also saying with that must come greater financial responsibility and accountability. We have not yet seen the level of accountability that we would like to see from the THA,” the chamber’s chairman Martin George said on Tuesday in a WhatsApp voice note. He was responding to the Farley Augustine administration’s budget presentation on...

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