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JAMAICA | Supreme Court to Hear Opposition Challenge to NIDS

KINGSTON, Jamaica,  Sunday, October 21, 2018: The Supreme Court will tomorrow, Monday, October 22, start to hear arguments in the Opposition People’s National Party challenge to the National Identification and Registration Act, which was passed by the government in the face of a walkout by the Opposition when the government failed to refer the Bill to a Joint Select Committee for further deliberations.
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Barbados Protecting Its Reputation Against Crime

BARBADOS, OCTOBER 19, 2018 - Government is seeking to bolster existing legislation in an effort to safeguard Barbados’ reputation against the damaging effects criminal activity can have on the country’s stability and confidence of investors.
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JAMAICA | Justices of the Peace warned to follow the law or face the consequences

KINGSTON, Jamaica, October 15, 2018 - Justices of the Peace who allow themselves to be controlled by gangsters is a serious Breach of the Conduct on the office which can lead to withdrawal of the Commission by the Governor General. This is the word from President of the The Lay Magistrates Association of Jamaica, (LMAJ) Errol Greene.

CUBA Denounces Impact of U.S. Blockade on Domestic Trade

Havana, Oct 9 (Prensa Latina) State and private workers of commerce, gastronomy and services to the population denounced on Tuesday in this capital the impact of the United States economic blockade on those sectors and demanded its unconditional lifting.

JAMAICA | PNP wants Minister, Chairman held accountable for FLA debacle

Kingston, Jamaica, October 11, 2018: The People’s National Party (PNP) says the specific and detailed revelations made to Parliament’s Internal and External Affairs Committee by Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Shane Dalling regarding the blatantly corrupt operations at the Firearms Licensing Authority (FLA), are of great shock and deep concern.

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO | CCJ reserves ruling in law student’s lawsuit

THE Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has reserved its ruling on two applications by the Council of Legal Education (CLE) and Caricom to dismiss the legal challenge by a Trinidadian law student to the quota system which limits the number of law students with non-University of the West Indies (UWI) law degrees (external degrees) admitted into regional law schools.
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JAMAICA | Jackson commends custom workers, JCF on gun find

KINGSTON, Jamaica, October 5, 2018: Opposition shadow Minister of National Security Fitz Jackson, is applauding members of The Jamaica Customs Agency  and the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) on the major gun and ammunition find at the Kingston container terminal on Wednesday and Thursday of this week.

CARICOM expresses solidarity with Indonesia

(CARICOM Secretariat, Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, Guyana) Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretary-General, Ambassador Irwin LaRocque has expressed the Community’s deepest solidarity with Indonesia in the wake of the recent catastrophes.
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