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PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday made it clear that even squatters would have to pay the property tax. Speaking after a reading of his memoir From Mason Hall to Whitehall, at the Old Fire Station in Port-of-Spain, he said squatters cannot be advocating home ownership on one hand but ducking the responsibility to pay the tax.

OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar on Wednesday night accepted blame and asked for forgiveness for not repealing the “draconian” Property Tax Act 2009 and Amendments to the Valuation of Land Act, when she was Prime Minister.

FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert yesterday said Government will ask the New York-based ratings agency Fitch Ratings to do a rating of the country’s economic outlook. Imbert made this disclosure at the post-Cabinet news conference at the Diplomatic Centre, as he went through the recent ratings of TT by Standard and Poors (S&P) and Moody’s.

Keith Rowley said people who had been “very nasty” to him are now enjoying high office.

A public consultation on the amendment of the Marriages Act produced a split between individual women supporting the “stone cold” age of 18 and a number of women’s groups supporting the age of marriage at 18 with exceptions for persons between 16 and 18.

MINISTER in the Ministry of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs Stuart Young said yesterday Government is monitoring events which have taken place since former chief magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar was appointed a High Court judge two weeks ago.

BARATARIA/San Juan MP Dr Fuad Khan yesterday said there was no conflict of interest in his holding shares in a private medical institution while he served as health minister in the former People’s Partnership (PP) administration.



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