Today on MORNING BLEND:
Our “Legal Ease” series continues in partnership with the Bar Association. President Elsworth Johnson discusses legal issues in the news over the past few weeks, including fingerprinting employees, and the President of the Court of Appeal’s calls for clarity on the death penalty and a review of mandatory sentences.
Johnson also talks about the challenges facing the courts, including poor infrastructure and the lack of stenographers.
And “In The News”, with more businesses and groups coming out against VAT, we discuss the latest statements and petitions, and we get listeners views on the impact of the new taxation system, which is still expected to be implemented in July.
Also, concerns about the apparent rise in cancer rates in the country. And the Cuban Ambassador says the deported Cubans at the heart of the Detention Centre abuse hearings will testify “one way or the other”.
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