Guyana government confident of outcome of constitutional case
GEORGETOWN, Guyana -- Trinidadian senior counsel, Seenath Jairam, a Guyanese by birth, who was recruited by the government of Guyana for his years of experience in constitutional matters, as a high court judge and his current position as president of the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago has stated that the high court case filed by the ... (more)
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#1 Jul 9, 2012
It is wrong for the opposition to withhold funding for constitutional bodies and it is in this respect that i agree with the AG when he posits that he has a strong case
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