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Speaker warns MPs about phones
Saturday, August 18 2012
SPEAKER of the House of Representatives, Wade Mark, yesterday warned Government and Opposition MPs they would be banned from bringing cell phones into the Parliament Chamber if they fail to observe the rules regarding their usage in the Chamber.
Shortly after Attorney General Anand Ramlogan opened debate on the Miscellaneous Provisions (Financial Intelligence Unit of Trinidad and Tobago and Anti-Terrorism) Bill, 2012, Mark reminded MPs that they were supposed to keep their phones on silent while they were in the Chamber, and the sitting was in progress. Noting some persons keep their phones on vibrate, and not on silent, Mark said there are “too many disruptions during these proceedings.”
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