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AG asks court to examine Duke’s THA and PSA posts, union site says political and union roles ‘inextricably linked’

Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs Faris Al-Rawi has turned to the High Court for an interpretation of the Tobago House of Assembly Act and, specifically, a determination as to whether Watson Duke can legally continue in his dual role of THA deputy chief secretary and Public Service Association …

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Dear Editor: Nobody can hold two full-time jobs at once; Duke should choose between PSA and THA

“[…] No matter how intelligent, resourceful, talented, creative or gifted, one individual cannot effectively and efficiently discharge the functions/duties of two full-time jobs. “[…] The Chief Secretary, in effect, would be demonstrating a stupefying lack of confidence in the other members of his team at the THA if he allows …

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Muhammad: Sedition charge is ‘globally embarrassing’ relic of dark ages; Griffith: Police will enforce all laws

David Muhammad: “It is globally embarrassing, socially backward, and developmentally counter-productive, for any society that promotes ideals of free speech in the 21st Century to conjure up ghosts of the intellectually dark ages of as far back as the 17th Century [such as the Sedition Act]…” Police Commissioner Gary Griffith: …

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The Duke of Hazard returns

PSA President Watson Duke was back on the POS streets with a loud speaker and chip on each shoulder as he lectured on pay injustices yet found time to criticise OWTU leader Ansil Roget. Of course, Roget got his workers a nine percent increase while Duke controversially accepted five percent. …

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