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Hamid Ghany

Sunday, May 21, 2017
The recent decision by the Privy Council in the matter of the Attorney General v Dumas has opened the door to public interest litigation in a manner that now places all public authorities—from Preside
Sunday, May 14, 2017
​With the recent Privy Council decision in favour of Reginald Dumas and his challenge to the appointments made by the President to the Police Service Commission after parliamentary ratification, the s
Sunday, May 7, 2017
​Back in 1998-99, when then attorney general Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj was seeking to introduce the Panday government’s parliamentary reform to permit parliamentary committees to have oversight of the w
Sunday, April 30, 2017
​Last week, President Anthony Carmona addressed UWI students at the Cave Hill Campus in Barbados on the subject of the CCJ.
Sunday, April 23, 2017
​Prime Minister Theresa May stunned the United Kingdom last Tuesday when she announced that she had just told her Cabinet of her decision to seek a parliamentary vote to have an early general election
Sunday, April 16, 2017
​On April 13, 1970, Astronaut Jim Lovell repeated something that Astronaut Jack Swigert, on the Apollo 13 spacecraft, told Mission Control in Houston: “Houston, we’ve had a problem.” In 1995, a movie
Sunday, April 9, 2017
​Now that the FATCA legislation has been enacted in T&T after a lengthy bi-partisan battle to reach cross-party consensus comes word out of Washington that the process to repeal FATCA in the Unite
Sunday, April 2, 2017
​The United Kingdom officially launched its Brexit policy last Wednesday under Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon which permits member states of the European Union to withdraw.
Sunday, March 26, 2017
​The recent announcement by the Prime Minister that he was turning to former UNC attorney general Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj to assist the Government with the revival of the death penalty caused some eye
Sunday, March 19, 2017
​Last Tuesday in the Senate, the Government made good on its promise to cease bringing to Parliament any legislation that may require a three-fifths majority in cases where it is possible that there m