3rd Session of the 10th Republican Parliament

The Administration of Justice (Indictable Proceedings) (Amendment) Bill, 2012

AN ACT to amend the Administration of Justice (Indictable Proceedings) Act, 2011

The Bill requires a special majority in order to be passed.

Introduced By:
Anand Ramlogan
Bill No:
House of Representatives Bill 7 of 2012
Introduced On:
Published In Gazette On
12-Sep-2012, Vol.51 No.149
President of the Republic - Assent


12 Sep 2012
House of Representatives
1 speakersShow Speakers
12 Sep 2012
2nd Reading of the Bill Hansard
7 speakersShow Speakers
2.Hon. Dr. Keith Rowley, MP [Diego Martin West] [Leader of the Opposition]
3.Hon. Anil Roberts, MP [D’Abadie/O’Meara] [Minister of Sport]
4.Mr. Colm Imbert, MP [Diego Martin North/East] [Opposition Member]
5.Hon. Jack Warner, MP [Chaguanas West] [Minister of National Security]
6.Ms. Marlene McDonald, MP [Port-of-Spain South] [Opposition Chief Whip]
7.Hon. Herbert Volney, MP [St. Joseph] [Minister of Justice]
12 Sep 2012
Committee Stage Hansard
12 Sep 2012
3rd Reading and Passage of the Bill Hansard
Division: 35 for, none against, no abstentions.
13 Sep 2012
2nd Reading of the Bill Hansard
14 speakersShow Speakers
2.Sen. Faris Al-Rawi, SC [Opposition Senator]
3.Sen Elton Prescott, SC [Independent Senator]
4.Sen. Fitzgerald Hinds [Opposition Senator]
5.Sen. Helen Drayton [Independent Senator]
6.Sen. Terrence Deyalsingh [Opposition Senator]
7.Sen. Corinne Baptiste-McKnight [Independent Senator]
8.Sen. Dr. Rolph Balgobin [Independent Senator]
9.Sen. Dr. Victor Wheeler [Independent Senator]
10.Sen. Pennelope Beckles-Robinson [Leader of Opposition Business in the Senate]
11.Sen. Dr. James Armstrong [Independent Senator]
12.Sen. Shamfa Cudjoe-Lewis [Opposition Senator]
13.Sen Subhas Ramkhelawan [Independent Senator]
14.Sen. the Hon. Anand Ramlogan, SC [Attorney General]
13 Sep 2012
Committee Stage Hansard
13 Sep 2012
3rd Reading and Passage of the Bill Hansard
25 for, 5 against, no abstentions.
14 Sep 2012
President of the Republic
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