Private Motion – Implementation of Equal Opportunity Legislation

Senate - 2nd Session - 8th Republican Parliament

WHEREAS Section 4 of the Constitution of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago provides for all citizens the right to equality of treatment from any public authority in the exercise of any function and the right to equality before the law and the protection of the law;

AND WHEREAS both Houses of Parliament have already passed into law the Equal Opportunities Act;

BE IT RESOLVED that the Government takes immediate steps to have the Equal Opportunity Legislation proclaimed and fully effected in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

(By Senator Wade Mark)

23 Mar 2004
Senate Debate - Day 1Hansard
1 speakersShow Speakers
1.Senator Wade Mark [Opposition Senator]
27 Apr 2004
Senate Debate - Day 2Hansard
3 speakersShow Speakers
1.Senator Wade Mark [Opposition Senator]
2.Senator Basharat Ali [Independent Senator]
3.Senator Dr. Tim Gopeesingh [Opposition Senator (Temporary)]
25 May 2004
Senate Debate - Day 3Hansard
5 speakersShow Speakers
1.Senator Dr. Jennifer Kernahan [Opposition Senator]
2.The Honourable Mustapha Abdul-Hamid [Minister of Social Development]
3.Senator Dr. Eastlyn McKenzie [Independent Senator]
4.Senator the Honourable Danny Montano [Minister of Legal Affairs]
5.Senator Dana Seetahal SC [Independent Senator]
22 Jun 2004
Senate Debate - Day 4Hansard
5 speakersShow Speakers
1.Senator Robin Montano [Opposition Senator]
2.Senator Dr. Kirk Meighoo [Independent Senator]
3.Senator the Honourable Knowlson Gift [Minister of Foreign Affairs]
4.Senator Dr. Kenneth Ramchand [Independent Senator]
5.Senator Brother Noble Khan [Independent Senator]