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“IF there is any role the Law Association (LATT) can play in resolving the issue of staff shortage in the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) then it …

The following is the inaugural address by Christine Carla Kangaloo, Seventh President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, presented yesterday at the Queen’s Park …

Today Christine Carla Kangaloo assumes the presidency of Trinidad and Tobago, uniquely succeeding T&T’s first woman President, Paula-Mae Weekes, who simultaneously demits office.

At a ceremony which starts at 10 a.m. at the Grand Stand of the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain, Kangaloo takes the oath of office, which will be administered by Chief Justice Ivor Archie, in the presence of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, ministers, Members of Parliament, foreign diplomats, Kangaloo’s husband Kerwyn Garcia and other members of her family and a cross-section of citizens of Trinidad and Tobago.

AT least six Opposition members will not be attending today’s inauguration of President Christine Kangaloo, with four citing previous engagements while two MPs maintained that the former Senate President was wrong for the job.

This followed a statement Saturday from Opposition Chief Whip David Lee who insisted that there was “no mandate” preventing any UNC Parliamentarian from attending the President’s inauguration ceremony this morning at the Grand Stand, Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain.

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A local vigilante known by the screen name “To Catch a Predator TT” has confronted approximately 25 adult men who have used social media to engage in sexual communication with fictional minors online.

In some cases, the men left their homes to meet with the purportedly underage girls.

Amid the prevalence of child sexual abuse and violence against women in Trinidad and Tobago, the person behind the page (whom we will refer to as X), operating both on Instagram and YouTube, told the Express in an anonymous interview last week that its owners had grown frustrated by “young ladies being raped, murdered and dumped”.

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AS the Commission of Enquiry into the Paria tragedy closed at the International Waterfront in Port of Spain, there was much sadness and despair over the lives lost that February day in 2021, in the pipe off Pointe-a-Pierre.

But there was one person in that room, celebrated for her diligence throughout the process that saw combative witnesses, angry attorneys, and weeping widows.



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