Less than one month in her new portfolio,Minister for the Environment and Foreign Trade, Glynnis Roberts says she is willing to work for the development of the island. Continue reading
Contribution to the ‘No Confidence Motion’ debate by Honourable Michael A. Church, Member of Parliament for the Constituency of St. John
Mr. Speaker, I consider it both a pleasure and a duty to join my voice in the conversation with regards to the amended ‘no confidence motion’ tabled before this Honourable House today. Continue reading
Statement to the House of Representatives On the No-Confidence Motion against PM Hon. Tillman Thomas
May 15, 2012
Mr. Speaker, this debate today constitutes another watershed moment in the political life of Grenada. Continue reading
Prime Minister Tillman Thomas will face a barrage of questions from Government back bencher Michael Church at Tuesday’s sitting of the House of Representatives. Continue reading
By: Rawle Titus
The scathing attack from information minister Glen Noel was targeted directly at some of his cabinet colleagues. Continue reading
Government backbencher Michael Church has said it is too soon for anyone to declare how they will vote in Tuesday’s No Confidence Motion.
The Motion filed by Opposition Leader Dr. Keith Mitchell against Prime Minister Tillman Thomas and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) government, is seeking to have the Prime Minister removed from office, the dissolution of Parliament and a call for fresh elections.
During the last budget presentation in March and what can be described as the recent public unraveling of the NDC Party and government, there have been speculations as to how a number of NDC members in the House of Representatives would vote.
“It is premature to ask me or anyone for that matter, how he or she will vote, Church told Best Media on Thursday.
Church, who resigned from the cabinet in November 2010, when, during a cabinet reshuffle, he was demoted from Environment Minister to Junior Minister in the Ministry of Communication and Works, said, the motion should be taken seriously.
“Democracy offers us opportunities at times that must be taken seriously and deep consideration must be given to the motion; and decent debate should take place,” the St. John’s MP said.
The vote of no confidence is down on the Parliamentary Order Papers, to be debated when the House of Representatives meets on Tuesday May 15.©
The Prime Minister of Grenada Tillman Thomas has defended his decision to fire Environment Minister Joseph Gilbert, stating that it was in an attempt to maintain the island’s integrity. Continue reading