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Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Chief Secretary Orville London has charged there have been “deliberate and sustained efforts” by the Tobago Development Ministry, and other Government agencies, to erode the legal authority of the Assembly.

THE House of Representatives sits at 1.30 pm on Friday to resume debate on a private motion by Opposition Leader, Dr Keith Rowley, on the controversial award of a billion dollar contract to a consortium of companies, which includes Super Industrial Services Limited (SIS), to build, operate and maintain a water recycling plant in Beetham.

INDEPENDENT Liberal Party (ILP) interim political leader Jack Warner yesterday said there should be “an investigation into the use of information from confidential police files,” by Attorney General Anand Ramlogan.

OPPOSITION Leader Dr Keith Rowley said attention must be paid to the contents of reports by the Police Service and the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) into the alleged existence of a new Flying Squad.

Despite Gillian Lucky’s claim that the report into the New Flying Squad Investigative Unit was not confidential, Attorney General Anand Ramlogan said under the Police Complaints Authority Act, the law stated that any evidence and information the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) obtained deemed it to be confidential.

One day after Attorney General, Anand Ramlogan, revealed he has referred the leak of the Police Complaints Authority findings into the allegations of an illegal Flying Squad to the Actg Commissioner of Police, the Actg Commissioner responded yesterday by saying, “Not every call for an investigation will require an investigation.”



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