Minister of Home Affairs Clement Rohee seeks support for his security sector reform plan – 25th Jan 2013
Home Affairs Minister, Clement Rohee, today met with the diplomatic community as he continues his discussion with stakeholders on his announced National Security Sector Action Plan.
Rohee who has been under fire from the opposition for not doing enough to protect citizens, said the aim of the meeting with the diplomatic community is to work with other partners to move ahead with the plan.
But while all this is taking place, opposition leader David Granger in a recent interview with this newscast said, his party will support security reform, but he said, like many other key stakeholders, he is still to see the plan in its written form.
The opposition leader noted that the security burden borne by the business community should be carried by the state.
Following the recent unrest and the killing of the three protestors at Linden, there have been mounting callings for serious reform of the security sector.
The meeting was held at the Foreign Service institute.