National Assembly debates a no confidence motion on Home Affairs Minister Rohee
The National Assembly is debating a no confidence motion on Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee. The motion was laid before the house by Opposition Leader David Granger. The opposition’s move is relating to the police shooting death of three protestors at Linden. The Government attempted today to have the motion deferred but the speaker ruled that the motion could go ahead especially since the issue is a current one and is one of great public importance.
Today members of the opposition were all dressed in black for the sitting of the National Assembly as they continue their protest of the police killing of the three Linden protestors.
A large crowd also gathered outside the parliament and shouted that ‘Rohee must go’. The opposition parties have indicated that the Home Affairs Minister should let his conscience be his guide and just demit office.