Watson Duke

Duke: Judiciary protest, no political stunt

Pub­lic Ser­vice As­so­ci­a­tion (PSA) pres­i­dent Wat­son Duke is call­ing on Ju­di­cia­ry work­ers to con­tin­ue their dai­ly protests against im­pend­ing re­struc­tur­ing with­in the or­gan­i­sa­tion, over the next four months.

Ad­dress­ing a hand­ful of work­ers, who gath­ered in front of the Hall of Jus­tice in Port-of-Spain around mid­day on Mon­day, Duke called on them to gath­er for a short group prayer ses­sion every hour be­tween 9 am and 2 pm.

Duke weighs run in general elections

Pub­lic Ser­vices As­so­ci­a­tion (PSA) pres­i­dent Wat­son Duke is con­sid­er­ing con­test­ing next year's gen­er­al elec­tion.

Duke said so while ad­dress­ing me­dia per­son­nel dur­ing a sym­bol­ic bon­fire at the rooftop of the as­so­ci­a­tion's head­quar­ters at Aber­crom­by Street, Port-of-Spain, on Tues­day.

Be reasonable with inspection in Tobago—Duke

As the mad rush to have ve­hi­cles in­spect­ed and cer­ti­fied con­tin­ues, Mi­nor­i­ty Leader Wat­son Duke is call­ing on the Gov­ern­ment to “be rea­son­able” in en­forc­ing the Mo­tor Ve­hi­cle and Road Traf­fic Act as two of three work­ing au­tho­rised ve­hi­cle in­spec­tion sta­tions, ser­vice the en­tire of To­ba­go

Both are lo­cat­ed on the west­ern end of the is­land—the Li­cens­ing De­part­ment on Shir­van Road, Buc­coo and Sylvester Au­to World, Sher­wood Park, Carn­bee.

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