No-Confidence motion in National Security Minister to be heard on Jan 27

No-Confidence motion in National Security Minister to be heard on Jan 27

The House of Representatives will stage its first sitting for the year on January 27 and the first order of business will be the debate on a No-Confidence motion against National Security Minister Stuart Young.

The motion is filed by Opposition leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar, which means that she will open debate on the motion, unless she defers that task to another Opposition MP.

Persad-Bissessar has indicated the focus of the motion is “the draconian and authoritarian decision to keep TT’s borders closed.”

She and the UNC have alleged, “The closure left tens of thousands of nationals stranded abroad, making TT the only nation in the world where nationals require an exemption directly from a government minister to return home.”

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