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  • Lenox Shuman may want to reconsider his decision

    first_imgDear Editor,Mr Lenox Shuman may want to reconsider his decision to give up his Canadian Citizenship.You see, while there has been a lot of debate about the qualifications to serve as a member of the National Assembly, very little attention has been paid to the qualifications to serve as President and/or Prime Minister.The Constitution (Laws of Guyana) clearly states in Chapter IX, The President, 90 (b), that the nominee must be “…residing in Guyana on the date of the nomination for election and was continuously residing herein for a period of seven years immediately before that date.”Qualifications for the Prime Minister’s position are similar to those of the President, given that the Prime Minister assumes the duties of the President if the President is away or is unable to perform his/her duties.It is my understanding that Mr Shuman returned to Guyana after the May 2015 elections, after being a resident of Canada for many years. If this is true, then Mr Shuman will not be eligible to be nominated for President or Prime Minister of Guyana until sometime after May 2022.Sincerely,Mohamed Z Rahamanlast_img read more

  • Salesman who claimed €9K in benefits said company told him he could get dole while working

    first_imgA salesman who claimed more than €9,000 in illegal social welfare payments claimed his employer told him he could work for one year while claiming benefits.Charles McGee took up a job as a salesman with worldwide fertiliser company Timac Agro Ltd in Co Donegal. However, for 48 weeks McGee continued to claim social welfare payments mounting to €9,024.Department of Social Welfare Inspector, Joe Harrison told Letterkenny District Court that he interviewed McGee on March 1st, 2015.He admitted that he now realised that he was breaking the law.However, solicitor for McGee, Mr Michael Sheil, said his client claimed that Timac Agro Ltd told his client that he could work for a year before he had to declare his income to the Department of Social Protection.Mr Shiel added that his McGee, of Lettermore, Drumkeen, now accepted that this was never the case.There was no legal appearance on behalf of Timac Agro Ltd.McGee, whom the court was told has health difficulties, did not appear in court.Judge Paul Kelly was told that McGee only worked for the company for a year.A total of €28 per week was now being taken from his farm assist payments and that he had paid back €4,004 with an outstanding balance of €5,020.Judge Kelly fined the accused €250 for illegally claiming social welfare payments on January 3rd, 2012 and took two further summons into account.Salesman who claimed €9K in benefits said company told him he could get dole while working was last modified: July 5th, 2017 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Charles McGeecourtdoleJUDGElast_img read more