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Nomination deadline passes, Patrick Manning calls it a day?

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, December 23, 2014 – From all indications, Former Peoples National Movement (PNM) leader and Trinidad and Tobago prime minister Patrick Manning will not be entering the nomination process for the San Fernando East constituency that he has represented for the past 43 years.

Trinidad PM seeks to bring back hanging

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad December 21, 2014 - PRIME Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar announced yesterday her Government will again be seeking to reintroduce the “hanging bill” next year, even though four years ago, it was defeated in Parliament.

Guyanese and Jamaicans top deportee list from Trinidad

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, December 10, 2014 – T&T Attorney General Anand Ramlogan says says statistics from 2010 to October 2014 has shown that “the number one country with deportees from Trinidad and Tobago is not the African continent, but Guyana.

Trinidad deports 15 illegal Ghanaian migrants

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad December 8, 2014 - After failing to convince the Trinidad and Tobago Court of appeal why they should remain in the country, fifteen illegal Ghanain migrants were deported yesterday by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago via a chartered  Caribbean Airlines (CAL) plane at a cost of $2.6 million dollars
  • Published in Justice

Trinidad to crack down on illegal immigrants starting in November.

The Trinidad Express Newspaper is reporting that the Government of Trinidad and Tobago plans to institute a three-month immigrant amnesty beginning in November. The amnesty is aimed at allowing the approximately 110,000 illegal immigrants to regularise their immigration status in Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Published in Justice
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